Simply put, this Country Club is the perfect companion onstage or in the studio, cranking out everything from sensitive ballads to raucous rock.
Why We Love This
From the lineage of the Country Gentleman and White Falcon came an exalted, if lesser known, member of the Gretsch nobility - the 6193 Country Club. Initially named the Electro II, Gretsch renamed their competition to Gibson's L-5CES as the Country Club around 1955/1956.
This time-honored model features a gorgeous flamed maple top, back, sides and neck in a natural gloss finish, along with a great sounding set of Dynasonic single coil pickups. With its 17" body and 2 3/4" depth, it puts out powerful acoustic energy and snappy response that Gretsch guitars are known for.
Condition: Excellent. Very little signs of use or play wear throughout. All gold hardware is very clean. No identifiable fret wear.