#2
Aside from being fugly...I would imagine it's a decent guitar. Gretsch tends to make quality instruments. But why would you want Bo Didlys guitar anywya
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#3
The dude who supported eric clapton played one...
I forget the bands name.
Throuugh a cranked tweed, sounded ****ing satisfying.
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#4
I heard him play it a few years ago at a festival in town, and it was pretty meaty sounding.

Maybe it was his pristine rig, but he had a really great bluesy sound.

I imagine it would sound nice, very Les Paulish, being that it also is just a giant chunk of wood with pickups on it.
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Aside from being fugly...I would imagine it's a decent guitar. Gretsch tends to make quality instruments. But why would you want Bo Didlys guitar anywya


This. completely.

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#6
Haha I totally like the way that guitar looks. Classic and simplistic. Minimalist, I guess? I'd definitely get it if I could find it, now that I know that it doesn't sound like a total piece of crap.