Gretsch Guitars G9500 Jim Dandy Flat Top Acoustic Guitar – 2-Color Sunburst

$239.99

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Description

Crackerjack quality at a sober price! Faithfull to the Gretsch “Rex” parlor guitars of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, the all-new G9500 Jim Dandy Flat Top parlor-style model embodies everything that was great about everyone’s first guitar. Everything and then some, that is, because the G9500 is crafted with select guitar woods and is fully lined and braced for warm and pleasing tone, with a 24″ scale for endless hours of playing comfort

Body
Body Material: Agathis
Body Shape: Non-Cutaway
Body Back: Agathis
Body Sides: Agathis
Body Top: Agathis
Body Finish: Semi-Gloss Vintage Sunburst
Bracing: X Bracing
Rosette: Screened White
Purfling: Screened White
F Holes Sound Holes: 3 7/16″ Diameter Soundhole
Body Length: 18″ (457 mm)
Body Width Upper Bout: 9.5″ (241 mm)
Body Width Lower Bout: 13″ (330 mm)
Body Binding: Screened White

Neck
Neck Shape: “C” Shape
Number of Frets: 18 (12 to Body)
Fret Size: Vintage-Style
Position Inlays: Pearloid Dot
Fingerboard Radius: 12″ (305 mm)
Fretboard: Rosewood
Neck Material: Nato
Neck Finish: Semi-Gloss Vintage Sunburst
Nut Width: 1.6875″ (42.8 mm)
Scale Length: 24″ (610 mm)
Headstock: 1950’s Gretsch 3×3
Truss Rods: Dual-Action
Truss Rod Nut: Hex

Hardware
Hardware Finish: Nickel-Plated
Bridge: Rosewood Top-Load with Compensated PPS Saddle
Tuning Machines: Open-Gear Die-Cast
String Nut: PPS

Tools
Truss Rod Wrench: Yes

Miscellaneous
Strings: D’Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze, Light (.012-.053 Gauges)
Unique Features: Compensated saddle; 24″ Scale Length.

Accessories
Case Gig Bags: Optional Gig Bag #099-6481-000
Pickguard: 1-Ply White with “G” Graphic
Included Accessories: Truss-Rod Hex Wrench

Brand

Gretsch

Gretsch is an American company that manufactures musical instruments. The company was founded in 1883 in Brooklyn, New York by Friedrich Gretsch, a 27-year-old German immigrant, shortly after his arrival to the United States. Friedrich Gretsch manufactured banjos, tambourines, and drums until his death in 1895. In 1916, his son, Fred Gretsch Sr. moved operations to a larger facility where Gretsch went on to become a prominent manufacturer of American musical instruments. Most modern-era Gretsch guitars are manufactured in the Far East, though American-made "Custom Shop" models are available. In 2002, Gretsch entered a business agreement with Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC). Under the terms of that agreement Fred W. Gretsch would retain ownership while FMIC would handle most of the development, distribution and sales. Through the years, Gretsch has manufactured a wide range of instruments, though they currently focus on electric, acoustic and resonator guitars, basses, ukuleles, and drums.

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