#1
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Gretsch-Guitars-Electromatic-Pro-Jet-with-Bigsby?sku=511587

I like it. Its not a bad price either. I was thinking of getting one. Anybody know how it sounds? I play mostly classic rock, 50's rock(chuck Berry), blues and some metal.(Guns N' Roses, Black Sabbath, not any heavy heavy stuff.) I really, really like the look of this thing. In fact, I am imagining it in my room right now..that nice gold sparkle and Bigsby...Tell me what you think.
#3
Well, I don't really play a lot of metal. If I do, it isn't the hardcore stuff. Just some classic metal if there is such a thing. Like I said, mostly classic rock, 50's rock(this thing will be perfect,) and blues. I love the look of it, I barely care how it sounds.
#4
Quote by thedude051
Well, I don't really play a lot of metal. If I do, it isn't the hardcore stuff. Just some classic metal if there is such a thing. Like I said, mostly classic rock, 50's rock(this thing will be perfect,) and blues. I love the look of it, I barely care how it sounds.




it would work for that though.
#5
looks like it'll only really shine in blues. i dont think it'll do any classic rock other than the beatles. i mean it can do them, obviously any guitar can play anything with enough pedals and a good amp, but if you aren't solely buying it because you LOVE blues, then it just doesnt seem worth it. try to think about how your tastes may change in a short amount of time.
#6
it will work great for blues, 50's rock playing and country pickin' if you do any of that.
#7
Well, my only other option in that price range would be an Epiphone Les Paul Standard, or I could wait a little while(6 months more) and get a Gibson Les Paul Special?