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Thread: NAD: Gretsch G6163 Executive Amp

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by dbirchett View Post
    Mine is a white logo and visible screws myself.

    The other color, I believe, is supposed to be gold. Don't know why some were some way and some were not. There has been a little discussion about that. Sounds like you have an embarassing number of super amps. Now you need a Standel.

    The JBL sounds fantastic but it was that way when I bought it. Found it on Craigslist and got it for $1250.

    If you didn't see it, you might find this thread interesting: http://gretschpages.com/forum/gretsc...s/65681/page1/
    Sounds like you got a great deal!

    Yes I do have too many amps, especially for someone that does not do gigs. I would love a Standel.
    1966 Guild X-175
    1999 Guild X-160 Rockabilly
    2001 Guild X-500T
    1999 Guild Starfire III-90
    2000 Guild Starfire IV
    1949 Gibson ES-350
    1966 Gibson ES-125CD
    1967 Gibson ES-330
    1974 Gibson Les Paul Special
    1997 Gibson ES-295
    1997 Gibson Custom Shop Les Paul Catalina
    2010 Gibson ES 335 Custom Shop
    2005 Gretsch G6120RHH
    2007 Gretsch 6122-1962 Country Gentleman
    2011 Gretsch G6120EC
    2010 Gretsch G6120TM "Setzerized"
    Gretsch G6128T-GH Duo Jet
    and too many other guitars to list here!

  2. #12
    Congrats! Nobody makes a better 15" combo than Victoria. That amp is probably heaven with just about any guitar.
    DTC

    1958 T-100, 1964 S-50, 1964 M-65, 1976 S-300 (bolt-on neck), 1977 D-25, 1977 S-300, 1979 S-300A, 1983 S-25, 1984 Detonator, 1987 Nightbird (spruce top), 1988 D-15, 2001 Blues90, 2002 Bluesbird P90, 2014 Aristocrat

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