Gretsch's fabulous Tennessean is as classic as they come. This late sixties example is nice and clean and is free of any mods. There's a lot to like in this one. The neck has a great carve, very "medium" in size and one that most players will be right at home on with a roomy 1-11/16" wide nut. Frets are original but in good shape. Good neck angle too so structurally the guitar is sound and in great shape for its age. When talking all things Gretsch you've just gotta have a vintage Bigsby vibrato. This one is smooth and another sign that the vintage examples are miles ahead of anything being built today. The HiLo Trons are on the more sparkling and clean side of the things compared to Filtertrons so if that's your bag, definitely put this amazing axe on your short-list. The worst of the wear is some light buckle-rash on the back but really, you're not going to find one any cleaner unless you find one that has literally sat in a case for 50 years. The pickguard is long gone so it is not included, though the pictured vintage Gretsch case is. 6.9 lbs.