Dating gretsch 6120
The G6120T-55 Vintage Select Edition '55 Chet Atkins hollowbody with Bigsby stays true to the original design and astounding classic aesthetics.
A veritable tonal multi-tool, this hollow body has an easy-playing, comfortable feel and rings out proudly with That Great Gretsch Sound.
But that Sunday night, my eyes were locked on the guitars.
What was that huge guitar that Harrison was playing?
On February 16th of 1964, some may have been watching The Ed Sullivan Show on Sunday night. It usually featured juggling acts, dancers, popular comedians and popular songsters of the day.
However, this was the night The Beatles were making their first American television appearance.
It was also used by John during the Revolver sessions which took place in Abbey Road Studios in 1966.This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.“I always thought it meant ‘country guitar player,’ so when Brian signed it in ’92 I had him add ‘RGP’ after his name.He asked why and I said “because you’re a rockabilly guitar player.” It wasn’t until many years later that I learned ‘CGP’ meant ‘certified guitar player,’ so ‘RGP’ always makes me smile when people ask about it.” Plenty of marquee guitarists have used the Chet Atkins-endorsed Gretsch 6120, including Eddie Cochran, Duane Eddy, and Jim “Reverend Horton Heat” Heath—in fact, all the aforementioned players eventually had signature models built off the 6120 platform.