A wonderful mid 2000s example of Gretsch's flagship hollowbody electric, this G6136T White Falcon was owned and played by Boston-area blues master Peter Parcek.
What To Know
Is there a more iconic Gretsch guitar than a White Falcon? We think not!
This 2006 Gretsch G6136T White Falcon model represents the flagship hollowbody electric design made famous by the likes of Neil Young, and remains proof some 50 years after its introduction that it has no equal in the Golden Age of electric guitar.
From the chevron-shaped large headstock to the gold flake binding and ivory-hued finish, the White Falcon is one of the most recognizable guitars out there. Stunning aesthetics aside, these guitars have a distinct tonality that is unique to their design. The twin Filter'tron humbucking pickups are punchy and articulate, providing the perfect balance of oomph and sweetness that'll take you anywhere from country and blues to rockabilly, jazz, and rock 'n' roll without flinching.
Condition: Excellent-. Very well maintained with light signs of play wear throughout. Light to moderate hardware patina. Very little in the way of fret wear. The back side of the body was signed by Tony Visconti and Mario McNulty, both of whom had worked with consignor Peter Parcek on a studio project that featured this very guitar.