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Gretsch G5260TM Baritone w/ Bigsby Midnight Sapphire

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SKU: G5260TM


Gretsch G5260TM Baritone w/ Bigsby - Midnight Sapphire

From surf rock to murder ballads, the Gretsch Electromatic Jet Baritone has you covered with a wide, yet distinct, tonal pallet. A pair of Gretsch mini humbuckers provides all of the low-register depth while retaining just the right amount of "single coil" sparkle to cut through a mix.

The warmth of the Mahogany body is balanced with the clarity of the bolt-on neck construction, creating an articulate, piano-like sound. Gretsch's classic design feels as at home in a glam rock show as it does in a local dive bar.

Adding a baritone guitar to your arsenal can open up a new world of sonic potential, and the G5260 Jet offers up that world at an incredibly modest price. If that wasn't enough, the Bigsby puts the entire Twin Peaks soundtrack at your fingertips (and nothing says "shootout at high noon" better than a baritone).


  • Body                  Solid Mahogany
  • Finish                Midnight Sapphire gloss polyurethane, multi-ply binding
  • Neck                  Bolt-on  Maple, Thin “U” profile
  • Neck Finish:     Gloss
  • Fingerboard     Laurel
  • Frets                 22 medium jumbo
  • Inlays                Pearloid Neo-Classic
  • Scale/Radius    29.75” scale, 12” radius
  • Nut                    1.685” Synthetic bone      
  • Pickups             Dual Gretsch mini-humbucking pickups
  • Controls            Master Volume / Master Tonne
  • Knobs               G-Arrow
  • Hardware          Chrome
  • Bridge/Tail        Anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge, Bigsby B50 Vibrato
  • Pickguard:        Silver Plexi w/ Gretsch logo
  • Tuners               Diecast



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