Vintage Time Machines: 1959 Gretsch 6130 Round-Up
With a pair of Filter’Trons onboard but no G brand, this 1959 Gretsch Round-Up is a rare bird indeed…
Of all the major American guitar brands of the 1950s and 60s, none were as willing as Gretsch to incorporate out-there design elements.
From the artificial f-holes seen on guitars such as the Tennessean to the lavish gold hardware and glitzy binding of the iconic White Falcon, the Brooklyn firm built instruments with distinct visual flair and was never afraid to embrace trends of the day.
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