Gretsch Streamliner Center Block Double-Cut with V-Stoptail

$ 495.00

The Streamliner™ Collection revitalizes the best elements from the past and combines them with exciting new features to deliver exceptional performance, sound, and style at an incredible value.

The G2622 Streamliner Center Block Double-Cut with V-Stoptail bursts into the modern era with powerful sound and style. The sleek G2622 is designed for the guitarist who demands more than the mundane from an instrument – more performance, more style and most importantly, more volume – while retaining everything you expect from a Gretsch.

FEATURES:

  • All-new Broad’Tron™ BT-3S humbucking pickups
  • Double-cutaway 16″ arched maple body with chambered center block
  • Soft “C” shaped nato neck
  • 12″-radius laurel fingerboard with pearloid Neo Classic™ thumbnail inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets
  • Real bone nut
  • Master volume, master tone and individual pickup volume controls provide complete tone-shaping flexibility
  • Push/Pull coil-splitting on Master Volume
  • Radio control knobs
  • Anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge
  • Gretsch V-Stop tailpiece
  • Three-ply tortoise pickguard
  • Nickel hardware

HIGHLIGHTS:

Maple Body with New Center Block Design

The G2622 Center Block features an arched maple body with an all-new center block design under the hood. This new center block is designed to balance lightweight comfort with a full, rich sound and increased presence; resulting in improved attack and sustain, and excellent feedback rejection, in a package that won’t weigh you down.

All-New Broad’Tron BT-3S Pickups

The G2622 features our new Broad’Tron BT-3S pickup set. Utilizing a combination of Alnico 5 and Alnico 2 magnets, the new BT-3S pickups provide stronger mids, tight but full lows, and smooth clear highs that retain a smooth and musical presence.

Versatile Controls with Coil-Splitting

The Streamliner’s sonic power is harnessed and shaped by the traditional control layout – neck and bridge pickup volume controls, a master tone control, master volume control and three-way pickup switching.

The addition of a push/pull pot on the master volume control allows coil-splitting to provide useful single coil sounds, adding another layer of tonal versatility to an already strong sonic arsenal.