Gretsch launches New Yorker Archtop at NAMM 2015

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Evoking the ‘cello’ archtops that were used in the big bands of the ‘40’s and ‘50’s, the G9555 New Yorker Archtop with Pickup from the Roots Collection features a solid spruce top, laminated maple arched back, parallel tone bars and a semi-gloss vintage sunburst finish. This elegant looking guitar also features a ‘V’-shape mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, 25” scale, oversized f-holes, a large ‘escutcheon’ faux tortoiseshell scratchplate that houses the single volume control, a solid rosewood bridge, synthetic bone nut and Grover Sta-Tite tuners. In keeping with its jazz roots, theG9555 also features a custom-wound vintage style single-coil pickup mounted on the side of the neck. A case is optional.

 

Gretsch G9555 New Yorker Archtop with Pickup

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MNJ has been writing articles, reviews and blogs for the DV online magazine for the last five years or so. Although he has been playing for longer than he cares to remember and is now officially an 'oldie', he is still mad for all things guitar related and when not busy in his studio he's learning new songs, practising bluegrass guitar, painting his house and taking his dogs out. If banished to a desert island and forced to take only one guitar he'd take a Les Paul. Actually, make that several Les Pauls, a Strat, a Tele, an ES-335, a vintage Martin and some boutique amps. Battery powered obviously.

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MNJ has been writing articles, reviews and blogs for the DV online magazine for the last five years or so. Although he has been playing for longer than he cares to remember and is now officially an 'oldie', he is still mad for all things guitar related and when not busy in his studio he's learning new songs, practising bluegrass guitar, painting his house and taking his dogs out. If banished to a desert island and forced to take only one guitar he'd take a Les Paul. Actually, make that several Les Pauls, a Strat, a Tele, an ES-335, a vintage Martin and some boutique amps. Battery powered obviously.