Gretsch FSR G5420TG Electromatic Hollow Body, Cadillac Green
Gretsch FSR G5420TG Electromatic Hollow Body Cadillac Green Overview by GAK.
No nonsense, Electromatic hollow-body guitars are the perfect real, pure and powerful Gretsch instruments. They’re your next-step Gretsch—bold, dynamic and articulate, and crafted with essential Gretsch sound, style and playability.
Alive and resonant, the G5420TG Limited Edition Electromatic® Hollow Body Single-Cut with Bigsby® and Gold Hardware has fully hollow build with a true Filter’Tron™ voice that explodes with huge punch and clear, strong presence. Like all Electromatic guitars, it delivers the fearless and electrifying authenticity that has set Gretsch apart as the quintessential rock ‘n’ roll guitars from the very beginning. It’s the sound of honor itself—play proud.
Draped in our classic and stately Cadillac Green finish with all-gold hardware, this limited edition’s premium features include dual Black Top Filter’Tron™ humbucking pickups, versatile upgraded controls including master volume treble bleed circuit, oversized bound F-holes and aged multi-ply body binding, smaller late-1950s G6120 bound headstock, secured Adjusto-Matic™ bridge with rosewood base, Graph Tech® NuBone® nut, pearloid Neo-Classic™ thumbnail fingerboard inlays, Bigsby® B60 vibrato tailpiece and G-arrow knobs.
- • Special “Cadillac Green” Finish
- • Mixed Gold / Chrome Hardware
- • Blacktop Filter’Tron pickups
- • Late 50s “plain face” headstock
- • Thumbnail inlays
- • Graph Tech NuBone nut
- • Master Vol. w/ Treble-bleed circuit
- • 250 pieces for EMEA
Beautiful instrument. The best guitar I've ever played for tone, comfort and asthetics. Couldn't be happier
Guitar of my dreams! I had one of the older gretsch Electromatics and spent £££ modifying it... Not with this one though. Cadillac Green, absolutely the most beautiful guitar I've ever seen. I've played pro models and if I was given the choice of this Gretsch Electromatic and a Japanese built country club, I would 100% stick with mine - and spend the 2k change on an amp! ??