Gretsch G2420 Streamliner Electric Guitar - Aged Brooklyn Burst

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  • Cool vintage-style design evokes Gretsch's classic models
  • Single-cutaway laminated maple body with layer of protective gloss
  • Parallel tone bars reinforce the top, whilst allowing it to vibrate freely
  • Nato neck with thin "U" profile for increased comfort
  • Broad'Tron humbucking pickups deliver warm, bluesy tones
  • Adjusto-matic bridge and Gretsch chromatic tailpiece create a seamless connection between strings and body
  • Gold vintage-style control knobs complement the aged Brooklyn burst finish
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The Gretsch G2420 Streamliner Single-Cutaway Electric Guitar in Aged Brooklyn Burst is a model that sings with vintage-inspired charm. From its breath-taking tones to the sumptuous burst finish, the G2420 is quite simply a dream come true for both hollowbody purists and newcomers alike. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you'll fall in love with this models comfortable playability, rich timbre, and versatile tonal offerings.

Stylish Single-Cutaway

The hollowbody is crafted using laminated maple, which resonates freely to generate a brilliant output with depth and power. Parallel tone bars are employed to reinforce the top, allowing it to vibrate freely to deliver a strong yet balanced timbre. As the wood is laminated, it holds up well with regard to changes in temperature and humidity, making it a fantastic gigging guitar thanks to its tonal consistency.

The body top is adorned with a pair of very stylish F-holes, which project the timbre with the utmost clarity. The vintage aesthetic of the Aged Brooklyn Burst finish evokes Gretsch's classic-era models, with elegant two-ply white and black body binding on hand to emphasise the sultry curves of this model. A layer of gloss adds further protection to the finish.

Sturdy and Responsive Nato Neck

Fitted to the body is a reassuringly solid nato neck, which is shaped with a thin "U" profile for increased playing comfort. Paired with the neck is a 22 medium fret rosewood fingerboard, which is adorned with pearloid block inlays to guide your way in style. The fingerboard is shaped with 12-inch radius, guaranteeing that string bends are executed smoothly, whilst your fingers are given a luxurious playground to explore. The single-cutaway body shape enables greater access to the upper frets, allowing you to make the most of every part of the neck.

Versatile Broad'Tron Humbuckers

The energy produced in the body is harnessed and translated beautifully by the Broad'Tron humbucking pickups. Specifically designed by the engineers at Gretsch for the Streamliner series, this high-output partnership delivers lows with a vigorous warmth, mids with a hearty attack, and highs that ring with a brilliant clarity. Whatever style of music you play; the Streamliner is as adaptable as your playing style demands.

Control comes in the form of independent volume controls for each pickup, a master volume pot, and a master tone pot. There is a three-way pickup selector switch that allows you to select either pickup individually, or both simultaneously. In keeping with the vintage finishing touches, gold vintage-style control knobs are on hand for smooth and precise control over your tone.

Gig-Ready Hardware

The body is equipped with a Gretsch chromatic tailpiece, which works closely with the adjusto-matic bridge with secured rosewood base and synthetic nut. This trio guarantees that string tension, intonation, and sustain performs optimally so that you can play with unrelenting fervour. You can bend and hold notes to your heart's content, unleash some searing solos, hammer down with some choppy chord playing, or deftly finger pick notes with graceful precision, safe in the knowledge that your setup will remain faithful.

The headstock - along with the single-ply black pickguard - proudly bears the gold Gretsch logo, whilst die-cast nickel tuning machines uphold tuning integrity with unwavering accuracy during the most energetic of performances.

ModelG2420 Streamliner Electric Guitar
Body MaterialLaminated Maple
Neck MaterialNato
Fingerboard MaterialRosewood
Pickup ConfigurationHH
BridgeHard Tail
No. of Frets22
Position InlaysPearloid Block
TunersDie-cast; Nickel
Bridge/TailpieceAnchored Adjusto-Matic/Gretsch Chromatic
PickupsNeck and Bridge: Broad'Tron Humbucker
Controls Neck Volume
Bridge Volume
Master Volume
Master Tone
Pickup Switching 3-Position Toggle:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickup
Position 3. Neck Pickup
FinishAged Brooklyn Burst
Posted on 23/06/2017 by Stuart I had been looking for a guitar to play Blues with for a while. I had made my mind up to buy a Telecaster. Nothing was going to change my mind. A friend suggested I try a Streamliner, but I wasn't really interested. I knew what I wanted.

In the local local music store they had a couple of Streamliners in stock and, as I was there I thought to myself "Why not try it?" I am so glad I did.

It's a stunning guitar, especially when you consider the price. It feels great, it's easy to play and the sound is unbelievable. The sustain is ridiculous, and the intonation pretty much perfect right out of the box (it hadn't been setup or adjusted at all by the store technician).

It's light, feels like a top quality instrument and the variation of sound you can get from it is wonderful. This is not just a rockabilly or jazz guitar. You can play anything on this thing. I love Blues, and it's perfect for that too. Oh and it looks great. Just try one out.
Posted on 02/03/2016 by crusty Never thought of buying a Gretsch until I saw the video review. Beautiful tone even though I'm a novice. A guitar I would never sell.

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