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    G2655T STREAMLINER™ CENTER BLOCK JR. DOUBLE-CUT WITH BIGSBY®

    Brand: Gretsch
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    The exhilarating G2655T Streamliner™ Center Block Jr. Double-Cut with Bigsby® is designed for three simple things—high gain-friendly performance, slick, easy playability and spectacular style. A sleek music machine, the G2655T cranks out the hits with updated features while staying true to That Great Gretsch Sound!™ that’s been a vital component of rock ‘n’ roll since its inception.

    The secret to the Streamliner’s sound is twofold—the Broad’Tron™ BT-2S humbucking pickup and the spruce center block. Designed specifically for the Streamliner Collection, the high-output Broad’Tron pickup spawns improved definition with tighter bass response for robust lows, pristine highs and a throaty midrange. A lightweight spruce center block runs the length of the body, reinforcing the top while eliminating undesired feedback for volume-friendly performance on modern stages. 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. Add some shimmer and expression to your playing with the Bigsby®-licensed B50 vibrato tailpiece, while the anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge and synthetic bone nut grant astounding tuning stability and accurate, slip-free intonation.

    A fast-playing 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with elegant pearloid Big Block inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets sits atop the white-bound neck with a thin “U”-shaped profile—ideal for chord work or fiery riffing.

    All the classic eye-catching style you’ve come to expect from Gretsch is here—vintage-style black control knobs, enlarged F-holes for increased acoustic projection, elegant aged white binding with upgraded purfling, slick-looking nickel hardware, three-ply black pickguard and arched laminated maple construction. Easy to play while rocking out thanks to its smaller body, the G2655T is a phenomenal instrument for the modern musician who wants to control the stage and the audience while standing out from the pack.

    Fingerboard Material
    Laurel
    Fingerboard Radius
    12" (305 mm)
    Neck Construction
    Set-Neck
    Neck Finish
    Gloss
    Neck Material
    Nato
    Neck Shape
    Thin "U"
    Number of Frets
    22
    Nut Material
    Synthetic Bone
    Nut Width
    1.6875" (42.86 mm)
    Position Inlays
    Pearloid Big Block
    String Nut
    Synthetic Bone
    Body
    Laminated Maple
    Body Back
    Arched Laminated Maple
    Body Binding
    Aged White with B/AW/B Purfling
    Body Finish
    Gloss
    Body Material
    Laminated Maple
    Body Shape
    Streamliner™ Center Block Jr.
    Body Style
    Gretsch® Center Block Guitars
    Body Top
    Arched Laminated Maple
    Bracing
    Center Block
    Cutaway
    Double Cutaway
    Waist
    8.625" (219.08 mm)
    Bridge
    Anchored Adjusto-Matic™
    Bridge Cover/Tailpiece
    Bigsby® B50
    Bridge Mounting
    Anchored
    Control Knobs
    Black Vintage-Style
    Hardware Finish
    Nickel
    Neck Plate
    NA
    Pickguard
    3-Ply Black
    Strings
    Nickel Plated Steel (.010-.046 Gauges)
    Tuning Machines
    Die-Cast
    Bridge Pickup
    Broad'Tron™ BT-2S
    Controls
    Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Master Volume, Master Tone
    Middle Pickup
    N/A
    Neck Pickup
    Broad'Tron™ BT-2S
    Pickup Configuration
    HH
    Special Electronics
    N/A
    Switching
    3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge And Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup

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    Article number
    2806400569

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