1972 Gretsch Nashville


Excellent example of an early 70s Gretsch Nashville.


Exc (+) condition / SN 102070
1-5/8″ width at nut / 24.5″ scale length

This 1972 Gretsch Nashville is in really good shape.  Vivid cherry finish on the Maple body.  Two piece neck with original gold tuners.  Ebony peghead veneer has pearl Gretsch logo inlaid at top.  Entire guitar is bound with antiqued white bindings and heelcap.  The Gabon Ebony fingerboard has a “zero” fret, pearl thumbnail inlays, and red side dots for position markers.  All original parts and hardware.  It’s easy to search for and find what all of the switches do.  What we’ll tell you here:  The upper bout on the bass side has two toggle switches.  The top one selects between the two pickups.  The lower of the two selects between pre-assigned tonal settings.  On the upper treble bout is master volume knob.  Lower treble bout is individual pickup volume knobs.  There’s one more toggle switch near the tail piece.  This is a standby switch.

This 1972 Gretsch Nashville is very resonant and can be enjoyed backstage or in your house without an amp.  This guitar is good enough for a serious player or collector.  Comes with original hard case.  This guitar only has a few random marks here and there.  Call for closer detail 406-327-9925.