That's the first thing that popped into my head too. Apparently half of new guitar players are women and girls. Why not have an entry level option with a feminine, but not patronizingly feminine vibe.But given how solidbody and chambered Electromatic factory templates have been so well-employed on actual production pieces for over a decade now, it still baffles me that the fairest of Corvettique delights hasn't yet seen the light of day as a reissue, even with the likes of a cheapo mini-hum and stoptail.
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I think that’s the problem. It doesn’t matter what model they will decide to reissue, it would have to be reasonably cheap (market wise).A dual pickup Rambler with a 24.5" scale would be impossible to resist. Unless they put a B7 and stud mounted Tune-o-matic on it. Which they probably would. Then it would be easy to resist.
That's the first thing that popped into my head too. Apparently half of new guitar players are women and girls. Why not have an entry level option with a feminine, but not patronizingly feminine vibe.
Why do you say that, Marv?They already Ruined the Rally, i think they should leave it be
I would rock a Princess without hesitation. Then again, I'm currently wearing a watch most people would probable consider fit for a princess.Price them around that of a G2215 or something, and I have a feeling some of us doods might be tempted to buy at least one of each.
Great idea. I would love to see a Committee re-issue as well!Wouldn't it be wonderful to see Gretsch make a Streamliner or Electromatic version of an old obscure guitar each year...similar to the Streamliner Rally this year.
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