New Gretsch G9500 Jim Dandy, Frontier Stain
The Gretsch description of this sweet parlor guitar begins with “Crackerjack quality for a steal!” and we agree! Features include a basswood body with X-bracing and aged white binding, a set nato neck with “C” shape and black walnut fingerboard, and open-gear die-cast tuners. It’s great for young players, or for anyone to sit around the living room and strum.
Here’s more info from the Gretsch website:
Crackerjack quality for a steal!
Faithful to the Gretsch® “Rex” parlor guitars of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, the G9500 Jim Dandy™ Flat Top parlor-style model embodies everything that was great about the beloved “first guitar.”
Perfect for both picked and fingerstyle playing, the Jim Dandy features a non-cutaway basswood body with X-bracing for a powerful and resonant voice, and a top-load walnut bridge with compensated synthetic bone saddle for even intonation along the length of the neck. Joining the body at the 12th fret, the “C”-shape nato neck hosts a comfortable, smooth-playing walnut fingerboard with vintage-style frets and pearloid dot inlays.
Wrapped in a remarkable Oxblood finish, the G9500 also has 1950s-style vintage open-gear die-cast tuning machines, nickel hardware and single-ply aged white pickguard featuring a “G” graphic.
Comfortable to play, and full of woody vintage tone with full-sounding bass, the Jim Dandy will inspire hours of playing joy.
Basswood body with X-bracing
12th fret, 24”-scale nato set neck
Vintage-style 18 frets
Synthetic bone nut
Walnut fingerboard with pearloid dot inlays
Top-load walnut bridge with compensated saddle
Single-ply aged white pickguard with “G” graphic
1950s-style vintage open-gear die-cast tuning machines and vintage end-pin strap buttons
Available in Oxblood with aged white binding and nickel hardware
Pittsburgh Guitars is an authorized Gretsch dealer!
In-store pickup only.