The Gretsch G2420 Streamliner Hollowbody puts that classic Gretsch tone, vibe, and playability in your hands at an amazing price point. The G2420 features an all-maple body for lightweight feel on stage and stellar resonant, amplified tone. A sleek gloss finish lets the color on this fine electric really shine as well, making it stage-ready. A smooth, thin-U nato neck with laurel fingerboard offers incredible playability and response, ideal for chording up and down the neck as well as laying down rocking leads. And a pair of Broad'Tron humbucking pickups kick out classic humbucking tone when you plug in. With a secured Adjusto-Matic bridge, you get stellar sustain and tone support â€” a favorite bridge here at Leaseville.
The G2420 Streamliner sticks close to what has made Gretsch guitars look so desirable over the years. A pair of F-holes emphasize the guitar's voluptuous curves. The G2420 is also decorated with vintage-looking, 2-ply white and black binding that wraps the entirety of the instrument. And the nickel hardware, branded tailpiece, and pearloid block inlays ensure the G2420 will look great onstage.
The G2420 Streamliner uses vintage-style construction and a modern electronics package to deliver tones that will fit equally well with a jazz trio as it will with a hard-rocking rockabilly band. The fully hollow design adds warmth and roundness to the guitar's tone. But the custom-wound Broad'Tron humbucking pickups are engineered to deliver plenty of output that can easily put you into hard rock tonal territory. And with separate volume controls for each pickup and a Master Volume and Master Tone control, you have even more tone-shaping options.
Gretsch's G2420 Streamliner Hollowbody plays and feels every bit as good as it sounds. Its thin "U" neck profile is round enough that chording remains comfortable in all positions, while being thin enough to make fast-fingered runs easy. The full-size, single-cutaway construction is comfortable against your body, and it gives you access to the guitar's higher frets. The controls have even been thoughtfully laid out to pull a wide range of tones from the guitar.