Gretsch G6120RHH Reverend Horton Heat Guitar Review :: Electric Guitars Reviews

If you got it, this axe can handle it!

– It’s Martini Time! The new G6120RHH Jim Reverend Horton Heat Heath model was designed and built to the Reverend’s demanding specifications. “If you got it, this axe can handle it!” Features include a unique combination of 1955 style Gretsch western motifs and 1958 pickups and control set-up. TV Jones Classic pickups, pinned Adjusto-matic bridge, Sperzel locking tuners, and clear Pickguard are standard equipment. Finished in vintage maple stain nitrocellulose lacquer.

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Features + Technical Specs
Pickups TV Jones Classic, 1958
Scale 24.6″
Neck Maple, 2-piece
Nut 1-11/16″ width
Fingerboard Ebony (12″ radius) with 22 medium-jumbo frets
Tuning machines Sperzel locking tuners
Bridge Pinned rosewood-based Adjusto-matic
Control set-up 3-way pickup switch, 3-position master tone switch;
neck, bridge, and master volume controls
Position markers Vintage wide-block, with western engraving (cacti, steerheads, and fences)
Electronic components CTS/Switchcraft
Pickguard Clear with embossed Gretsch
Headstock Inlaid pearloid steerhead and Gretsch logo
Knobs G-arrow control knobs,
Knurled strap retainer knobs
Body Bidings Multiple aged
Body 16″ x 2.75″ Laminated maple hollow body
Top Arched, laminated maple,
Bound, oversized F-holes
Tailpiece Bigsby B6CB vibrato with 1956 handle
Finishes Orange lacquer with routed G-brand
Includes: hardshell case
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