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1969 Gretsch 6137 White Falcon “Stereo”

$4,995.00
Year
Manufacturer
1969 Gretsch
Model
6137 White Falcon “Stereo”
Condition
Excellent
Description

This is a gorgeous & very rare “Stereo” version of this iconic double cutaway Gretsch model, its white finish is stunning against its Gold Sparkle bound body & neck & headstock, its 2 Fil’tron pickups sound excellent w/a ton of variations in tone & brilliance,  its bound ebony fingerboard has its Classic Neo Thumb Print & Dot inlays, its headstock has that big sparkle Gretsch Logo, metal plaque & truss rod cover still in place,  having every toy that was offered during this period which include:  Adjustable Extension Arm “G” cutout tremolo system, Floating Sound, Double “Flip” Mutes, Grover Imperial Tuners & its Black Padded Back Pad,  this Falcon was sold to its original owner, Gilberto Spindle, from Casa Veerkamp S.A. In Mesones, Mexico on March 31st, 1970 for 15,000 pesos, it appears to have been completely oversprayed & rebound about 25 years ago, you’d think its finish was original & truly looks original in all respects, the telltale is its missing its original serial # on the back of its headstock, it has its original Gretsch Certificate & White Strap in its case pocket along w/its original gold pickgard & pickup surrounds, it is exceptionally clean & comes with its original hard case. 

1969 Gretsch 6137 White Falcon “Stereo”

$4,995.00

SKU: 11682 Categories: , ,

Description

This is a gorgeous & very rare “Stereo” version of this iconic double cutaway Gretsch model, its white finish is stunning against its Gold Sparkle bound body & neck & headstock, its 2 Fil’tron pickups sound excellent w/a ton of variations in tone & brilliance,  its bound ebony fingerboard has its Classic Neo Thumb Print & Dot inlays, its headstock has that big sparkle Gretsch Logo, metal plaque & truss rod cover still in place,  having every toy that was offered during this period which include:  Adjustable Extension Arm “G” cutout tremolo system, Floating Sound, Double “Flip” Mutes, Grover Imperial Tuners & its Black Padded Back Pad,  this Falcon was sold to its original owner, Gilberto Spindle, from Casa Veerkamp S.A. In Mesones, Mexico on March 31st, 1970 for 15,000 pesos, it appears to have been completely oversprayed & rebound about 25 years ago, you’d think its finish was original & truly looks original in all respects, the telltale is its missing its original serial # on the back of its headstock, it has its original Gretsch Certificate & White Strap in its case pocket along w/its original gold pickgard & pickup surrounds, it is exceptionally clean & comes with its original hard case.