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For more than 100 years Gretsch has developed what came to be known as "That Great Gretsch Sound," but it all began with a young German immigrant in Brooklyn.

Initially, Gretsch offered acoustic archtops aimed at jazz musicians, and a handful of flat-tops for country-western performers.

The '60s brought a further boost to Gretsch when George Harrison played a succession of Gretsch models.

In late 2002 a deal was struck for Fender Musical Instruments Corp. to handle Gretsch manufacturing and distribution, bringing that "Great Gretsch Sound" to be heard worldwide once again.

For more information on the history of the Gretsch Company and its guitar models, visit the Gretsch Pages at

Gear Music is an authorized Gretsch guitar dealer in Canada.

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