Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar Guitar - Add Resonator Tone to Your Sonic Arsenal!
The Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar standard resonator guitar stokes your sonic arsenal with genuine resonator tone. The G9200 features a mahogany top, body, and neck. A smooth-fretting rosewood fingerboard makes the G9200 as easy to play as a standard acoustic guitar. Gretsch's Ampli-Sonic hand-spun spider cone puts out impressive volume, and there's also a pair of "F" soundholes along for the ride. And with its vintage semi-gloss natural finish, this axe looks killer, too! When it's time to sweeten your tracks with a totally unique voice - reach for the Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar standard resonator guitar!
Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar Standard Resonator Guitar at a Glance:
- Plays just like a guitar
- Beautifully appointed
- Gretsch's legacy in American music
Plays just like a guitar
The Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar standard resonator guitar is amazingly playable. If anyone knows guitarists, Gretsch does. Leave it to them to build a resonator that plays just as easily as a standard acoustic guitar - but sounds like something else, entirely! As a guitarist, you're constantly looking for unique tones to spice up your music, right? Adding a resonator to a track is now as easy as arming your DAW and picking up your Gretsch G9200!
Gretsch's G9200 Roundneck Boxcar standard resonator guitar is seriously decked out with tasteful vintage appointments that would look right at home in the company's catalogs of yesteryear. With the G9200, you get a lovely mahogany top graced with a vintage-y semi-gloss natural finish that not only looks great - it enhances the instrument's tone. Another tasty vintage styling touch is the intricate design of the spider resonator itself. They just don't build 'em like this anymore. Oh, wait a minute - Gretsch does!
Gretsch's legacy in American music
The Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar standard resonator guitar transports you back to Gretsch's roots in American music. Everyone knows Gretsch electric guitars and drums, but did you know that got their start in 1883 as a banjo company? It wasn't long before Gretsch was making mandolins, ukuleles, and eventually flat-top guitars, contributing to the very roots of American music. So when you pick up a Gretsch resonator, you're holding more than a great resonator, you're holding a piece of American music history.
Gretsch G9200 Roundneck Boxcar Standard Resonator Guitar Features:
- Mahogany top, back, sides and neck
- Rosewood fingerboard with 19 frets (12 to body)
- 25" scale length
- Gretsch Ampli-Sonic Eastern European hand-spun spider cone and bridge
- Grover Stay-Tite tuning machines
- Semi-gloss mahogany finish
Get resonator tone and easy playability with Gretsch's G9200 Roundneck resonator!