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- Aug 15, 2018
Thanx!that looks great! My 99' 6120 I got in 00' for $750 and its seen a grip of changes over the eons too I'd say its well worth buying a used pro line gretsch and fixing it up rather than spending money on a new electromatic and upgrading stuff.
It began as a 6120-60. I purchased it in Feb of 2020. I wasn’t in love with the bright white binding, but I got over it.
It seems since then, pre-FMIC Nashvilles have gone from $1500-2k to $2k-3k.
I think I got mine at just the right time. I’m not so sure I’d pay 2 grand for a guitar I’d need to modify.
I agree. After sinking $$$$ into a 5420T, it didn’t magically become a 6120. I didn’t really think it would, but I guess maybe I did. I vowed to never do that again. A 5420T can be a great instrument, but, in my eyes, it’s not a forever guitar like a Nashville or a Falcon.