Gretsch To Slim Down Duo Jet For 2007

Gretsch Duo Jet DynaSonicFans of the classic Duo Jet will be interested to know that Gretsch has re-worked the guitar for 2007, including new hardware and the use of “aged” parts to bring the instrument an even heaver vintage feel.

The new Duo Jet, dubbed the G6128TDS Duo Jet DynaSonic, breaks away from its predecessors with a heavily chambered mahogany body, a pair of DynaSonic singlecoil pickups, and the aforementioned aged body, neck and headstock binding, and aged vintage “hump block” inlays.

Other features will include an arched laminated maple top, single-piece mahogany neck (24.6“ scale length,) rosewood fretboard with 12” radius and 22 vintage frets, Gretsch’s #1 “Tone Pot” control setup, Grover Sta-Tite tuners, rocking bar bridge, Bigsby B3 vibrato tailpiece, knurled strap knobs, and chrome hardware.

The new Gretsch Duo Jet DynaSonic will sport a mahogany stain on the back with a jet black top, and is expected to ship with a deluxe hard shell case–list price $2975.