Gretsch Chet Atkins Tenessean Walnut 1964

$ 3880.00

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Summary

Finish: Original finish.

Body Material: Maple

Top Material: Maple

Body Details: Maple back, sides, and top. Two screws have been added to the top to anchor the bridge base to the intonation line.

Neck Material: Maple

Neck Profile: U

Neck Thickness (IN): 1st fret .847″, 9th fret .910″

Fingerboard Radius: 12.00″

Nut Width: 1-11/16″

Scale Length: 24 5/8″

Neck Details: Maple neck with bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and thumbnail inlays. The fingerboard has been refretted, and was lightly planed during the refretting process.

Electronics: Original HiLo’Tron pickups with three-position pickup selector and tone switches, master volume, neck volume, bridge volume, and mute switch. The wiring harness is original, with no pot codes visible, but all solder joints are untouched.

Pickup Measurements: Neck 3.23K, Bridge 3.11K

Hardware: Original hardware. The bridge base has been sanded lower, and modified with two divots to mount it to the screws added to the top.

Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz

Cosmetic Condition: This vintage guitar is in good condition with wear consistent with its age. The finish has faded from its original cherry color. The finish is hazy and free of weather-checking. There are minor dents, dings, and scratches throughout. The hardware has a present patina. The binding showcases a light case of binding rot, the worst of which is predominantly applicable to the neck binding and the heel cap.

Modifications/Repairs: The fingerboard has been lightly planed and refretted. Two screws have been added to the top to anchor the bridge base to the intonation line. The bridge base has been sanded lower, and modified with two divots to mount it to the screws added to the top.

Serial Number: 67704

Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with low action. The frets are narrow and tall, with minor wear in the first position. The serial number dates to 1964.

Case Details: Hardshell Case