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Jet Gretsch G5222, G5232 Electromatic Double Jet Gretsch G5220, G5230 Electromatic Jet Gretsch G5230 Electromatic Tiger Jet Gretsch G5260 Electromatic Jet...

Last Update: 2021-04-17T15:07:16Z Word Count : 1674 Synonim Gretsch

Tim Armstrong

November 1, 2011. "Gretsch Specification Sheet" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on February 2, 2010. "Tim Armstrong Gretsch Electromatic". The Fifth...

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Fender Champ

on "tweed" Fender amps, despite the branding – as the Gretsch G5222 Electromatic. Production of the Champion 600 reissue ceased in 2010 and was reintroduced...

Last Update: 2021-03-02T23:11:05Z Word Count : 2271 Synonim Fender Champ

Product Red

TechCrunch. Retrieved 19 February 2016. "Bono creates signature guitar with Gretsch for his Red charity - NME". NME. 2014-12-22. Retrieved 2018-03-03. "Apple...

Last Update: 2021-03-26T19:44:51Z Word Count : 3003 Synonim Product Red

Patrick Stump

needed] On February 1, 2009, Gretsch released the G5135CVT-PS Patrick Vaughn Stump Signature Series "STUMP-O-MATIC" Electromatic® CVT, based on their model...

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Chadwick Stokes Urmston

Township Special AfriCan Gas Can Guitar Guild D40AE Acoustic Guitar Gretsch G5135 Electromatic Corvette Modulus Genesis 3 Fender Jazzmaster Bohemian Guitars...

Last Update: 2020-12-11T22:52:45Z Word Count : 1728 Synonim Chadwick Stokes Urmston

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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. 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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