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See the Gretsch Custom Shop's stunning 2020 guitars

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The Gretsch Custom Shop never disappoints when it comes to delivering jaw-dropping electric guitar (opens in new tab) craft, and it wasn't going to let the lack of a Summer NAMM show (opens in new tab) stop it creating a speculator brace of 2020 models for European dealers.

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Demand for these models is so high Gretsch has a lottery system to allocate the guitars to dealers. These models are now winging their way to the lucky European guitar retailers who were successful (see below to find out where you can buy them) and you can hear each one below too… 

G6199 Reverse Billy-Bo (£7,249 / €8,329) Dealer: Thomann (opens in new tab), Germany

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G6120T Nashville  (£9,479 / €10,899) Dealer: Guitar Village (opens in new tab), UK

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G6136T Falcon 'Roundup' ( £11,369 / €13,069) Dealer: Music Store (opens in new tab), Germany

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G6134DC White Penguin (£6,849 / €7,869) Dealer: Station Music (opens in new tab), Germany

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G6136T Falcon (£10,529 / €12,109) Dealer: Guitar Legend (opens in new tab), France

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G6196 Country Club (£9,029 / €10,379 Dealer: Fellowship (opens in new tab), The Netherlands 

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G6134T Penguin (£7,449 / €8,569) Dealer: guitarguitar (opens in new tab), UK

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G6130 Roundup (£7,639 / €8,779) Dealer: Zoundhouse (opens in new tab), Germany

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For more info on the full Gretsch range, head over to gretschguitars.com (opens in new tab)

Rob Laing
Rob Laing

I'm the Guitars Editor for MusicRadar, handling news, reviews, features, tuition, advice for the strings side of the site and everything in between. Before MusicRadar I worked on guitar magazines for 15 years, including Editor of Total Guitar. I've currently set aside any pipe dreams of getting anywhere with my own songs and I am enjoying playing covers in function bands.