#1
Which Gretsch that is available at Guitar Center or other guitar sales place would be most like Jack White's Custom Gretsch?
:stickpoke thats pretty much it
#2
Jack plays an Eastwood Airline...not a Gretsch if I'm not mistaken.

EDIT: This one?

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#3
Jack plays a gretsch to, mostly for slide guitar. Donnu what model though or wich new one is the closest... google it, i remember reading it somwhere.
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#4
Jack plays a few different Gretsch models:
There's the 1957 Gretsch Penguin he plays in the Icky Thump video.
When he plays with the Racontours he usually plays a Gretsch Triple Jet which he himself designed (has three pickups and a copper headstock). As well as that he uses Gretsch Rancher Acoustic Guitar.
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When he plays with the Racontours he usually plays a Gretsch Triple Jet which he himself designed (has three pickups and a copper headstock).


ya thats the one im talking about
:stickpoke thats pretty much it
#6
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Which Gretsch that is available at Guitar Center or other guitar sales place would be most like Jack White's Custom Gretsch?


The one most like his would be a Gretsch Duo Jet. It's a two pickup (filter'tron) version.
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#7
Quote by rush4life
Jack plays an Eastwood Airline...not a Gretsch if I'm not mistaken.

he doesn't play an Eastwood. He plays an original Airline.
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Jack plays a few different Gretsch models:
There's the 1957 Gretsch Penguin he plays in the Icky Thump video.
When he plays with the Racontours he usually plays a Gretsch Triple Jet which he himself designed (has three pickups and a copper headstock). As well as that he uses Gretsch Rancher Acoustic Guitar.


Not just the headstock mate, the whole body is plated in copper. Apparently it weighs a tonne because of it. I remember reading it ages ago in a guitar mag.
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he plays a white penguin so a white falcon should do the trick.
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Jack plays a gretsch to, mostly for slide guitar. Donnu what model though or wich new one is the closest... google it, i remember reading it somwhere.


The model he plays is the White Penguin is i'm not mistaken.

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#13
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he plays a white penguin so a white falcon should do the trick.


...if you're buying a White Falcon for the sake of playing Jack White songs...wouldn't you surely just buy a White Penguin?

Anyways, any hollow body guitar would do the trick for that one, but I think the TS was referring to the bronze Triple Jet.
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