This is a Synchromatic by Gretsch Jet Club g1514. What that really means is that this is the short-lived Gretsch equivalent of the Epiphone Les Paul. For a few years around 1999-2003, Gretsch produced a number of Korean-made limited run guitars that are effectively Epiphone level in quality and style and often Les Paul bodies. The Synchromatics and Electromatics of these runs contain Gretschbucker humbuckers and this one has had the bridge replaced with a Gibson Dirty Fingers. The Serial Numbers on these are on a sticker on the back so it's hard to track down info, but I scoured a few Gretsch forums and dug up some good info. This one is about 15 years old and has been played regularly but without any abuse. It was my number two guitar for years so it's been cared for and maintained but not neglected. I've included a strap and the locking strap connectors for it.
Ultimately this is a great guitar. It's road ready with a professional look and can be yours on a budget. The action, intonation, frets, and hardware are all in order. The great advantage this axe has over similar Epi LP's is its style. You put this guy onstage and everyone will take notice.
This guitar comes with the soft case from the Gretsch Historic Series. The case no longer has its backpack straps and there is some wear on the inside of it. Please review all the pictures I've posted and let me know if you have any questions before purchasing. Thanks for looking.
Model:Jet Club G1514
Made In:Korea, Republic of