Gretsch Introduces the G6636TSL Players Edition Silver Falcon

An innovative new version of the venerable Falcon with a slightly smaller 16” double-cutaway body and a chambered spruce center block.

Scottsdale, AZ (August 12, 2020) -- Gretsch today introduces the G6636TSL Players Edition Silver Falcon Center Block Double-Cut with String-Thru Bigsby.

Gretsch Players Edition features are designed to instill complete confidence in the instrument— ultimate stability and maximum comfort from tailpiece to tuners. These instruments can be trusted on every song, every night for powerful sound, total flexibility and full control of that classic Gretsch sound.

The G6636TSL Players Edition Silver Falcon Center Block Double-Cut with String-Thru Bigsby is an innovative new version of the venerable Falcon, with a slightly smaller 16” double- cutaway body and a chambered spruce center block that enhances body resonance for more organic tone and comfortably lighter weight.

Built to perform, this Falcon rocks dual High Sensitive Filter’Tron pickups for authentic Gretsch power and articulation that can be fine-tuned with a comprehensive control layout featuring a master volume with treble bleed circuit, master tone, individual pickup volume controls and three-way toggle switch. A host of other classic Falcon design elements include an ebony fingerboard with pearloid Neo-Classic inlays, anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge, Graph Tech TUSQ XL nut, string-thru Bigsby B7CP, Grover strap locks and Gotoh locking tuners.

This magnificent Falcon comes dressed in Black with stylish silver sparkle binding, jeweled G- arrow control knobs, chrome hardware and silver pickguard with silver Gretsch logo and Falcon graphic.

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