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Used Gretsch G9241 Alligator Acoustic-Electric Resonator 2-Tone Sunburst with Case

SKU 54GRE001
by Gretsch
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Original price $ 499.99 - Original price $ 499.99
Original price
$ 499.99
$ 499.99 - $ 499.99
Current price $ 499.99
Used and Vintage Acoustic Guitars

If you're looking for a quality acoustic-electric resonator with a case that won't break the bank, you've found it.  We recently took in this Gretsch G9241 Alligator, which looks to have barely ever been played.  It has the appropriate Gretsch case (specifically made for this model).  Both are in excellent shape, and together they make for a great score.  Brand new, they would be $800 together; at barely used for just $499, this is a great deal. 

The guitar has been setup by the techs in our repair shop to play perfectly.  For more info and specs, please read below....

When you play chunk rhythm, finger-style, bottleneck or anything else, the all-mahogany deluxe-appointed G9241 Alligator Biscuit Roundneck resonator guitar projects its distinctively swampy tones all the way to the back door of any dance hall.

Like all fine Gretsch resonator guitars, the vital feature of the G9241 is the all-new Gretsch Ampli-Sonic™ diaphragm (resonator cone). Hand-spun in Eastern Europe from nearly 99-percent pure aluminum, the Ampli-Sonic diaphragm yields an impressive quality and volume of tone.

Available in 2-Color Sunburst.

Product Specs

Model Name: G9241 Alligator™ Biscuit Round-Neck Resonator Guitar with Fishman® Nashville Pickup, 2-Color Sunburst
Model Number: 2718015503
Series: Roots Collection
Country of Origin: CN
Color: 2-Color Sunburst
Body: Laminated Mahogany
Body Finish: Vintage Semi-Gloss
Body Shape: Resonator
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Shape: Medium "V"
Neck Finish: Vintage Semi-Gloss
Scale Length: 25" (635 mm)
Fingerboard: Padauk
Number of Frets: 20 (12 to Body)
String Nut: Bone
Position Inlays: Abalone Dot
Bridge: Biscuit - Hard Maple with Ebony/Maple Saddle
Hardware Finish: Nickel-Plated
Tuning Machines: Grover® Sta-Tite™ Die-Cast