The guitars conceived and produced by the Gretsch Company after WWII represent some of the more unique sounding and visually dynamic models available during the ''50s and into the mid-''60s.

'46 model X75F
A new acoustic launched after WWII ended, this model was quickly renamed to the Sierra model 6007. Although classified as a flattop, this model's top and back are both slightly arched. The triangular sound-hole went on to be a trademark Gretsch feature. (Photo courtesy of Ron O'Keefe)

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