Gretsch introduces limited Chet Atkins Stereo Guitar

Gretsch has introduced the G6120-CGP Chet Atkins STEREO guitar, a re-creation of a prototype made in 1956 by Gretsch and Ray Butts. With a flip of a switch the instrument operates in Mono or Stereo. In STEREO mode, the signal of the low E, A & D strings are isolated to a designated output jack while the high E, B & G strings are routed to their own output jack.

Whether you use two amplifiers spread apart or record a performance with a wide left/right pan, the results are mind blowing! In MONO mode, the signal to all six strings route to one output.

As a limited release, only 75 guitars will be produced world wide in 2008. No word yet on pricing.

For more information, please visit www.gretschguitars.com

Posted by Stacey

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