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    1955 Gretsch Duo Jet Black Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial #15620.
    Original 1955 Gretsch Duo Jet with normal playwear and Gretsch anomalies. Binding is in good condition and original frets show moderate wear. Considerable buckle wear on the back of the body. The face of the headstock shows scratches from string winding along with nicks, bumps and dings. Slight lift at the heel and Melita bridge may need to be recanted, as it is slightly sinking in the middle. Some greening and oxidation around the bridge pickup. Front of the body is very clean and the entire body should clean up nicely. 7.3lbs. Original tweed hard case included. Condition: Good.
    From the Estate of John Ferriter. Los Angeles, California.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2020
    15th Sunday
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