Added by on 2016-06-12 Stock # 1831 A Gold-Sparkle 1967 Gretsch 6120 Ex Dan Murphy (Soul Asylum) and Jeff Tweedy (Wilko) 1967 Gretsch 6120 Chet Atkins ‘Nashville’ Hollow Body This forty-eight year old 15 1/2 inch-wide guitar ex Dan Murphy (Soul Asylum) and then Jeff Tweedy (Wilko) weighs just 7.30 lbs. Double-bound laminated maple body with black painted f-holes with white borders. Two-piece maple neck with ebony center-strip, a nut width of just over 1 5/8 inches, a medium-to-thick profile and a standard Chet Atkins scale length of 24 1/2 inches. Ebony fretboard with 22 frets plus zero fret and neo-classic inlaid pearl thumbprint (half-moon) position markers. Black faced headstock with inlaid pearl Gretsch “T-roof” logo and rectangular brass plate secured by four pins and engraved “Chet Atkins / Nashville / Model”. Bell-shaped two-layer (black on white) plastic truss-rod cover with three screws. The serial number “271292” is stamped in black on the back of the headstock. Individual closed-back Grover USA tuners with oval metal buttons. Two patent-number Filter’Tron pickups with gold plastic surrounds and outputs of 4.20k and 4.32k. Gold Lucite pickguard with pantograph-engraved Gretsch “T-roof” logo and “Chet Atkins” signature and “Nashville” in black. Two volume controls (one for each pickup) plus a three-way stand-by switch on the lower treble bout, one master volume control on the upper treble bout, plus two three-way selector switches (one pickup selector and one tone selector) on the upper bass bout. The potentiometers are stamped “137 663X” (CTS, July-September 1966). String damper with the original? white felt pad. Gretsch “Arrow-through-G” knobs with cross-hatch pattern on sides. Aluminium Gretsch ‘Bar-bridge on height-adjustable ebony base and aluminium V-cutout B-6 Bigsby (“Gretsch by Bigsby”) vibrato tailpiece with pivoting arm. Original black vinyl pad with gold trim and eight push-button fasteners on the back of the guitar covering the […]

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  • Andrew Pappas 4 years ago

    Is the Steely Dan song Reeling In the Years, cuz that's what it sounded like to me

  • Shieldsy 4 years ago

    Reelin in the years – Steely Dan…..geez my pedal! 3:52ish

  • westafoolaway urbantheking 4 years ago

    Come on Phil this sounds horrible..ha..ha.But you are good guitar player.Being Canadian do you know Frank Marino?

  • Tender Craftsman 4 years ago

    I know I am super late on this, but fuck it. It's Steely Dan's 'Reelin' In The Years.' :)

  • Nick Jardine 4 years ago

    What do you get when you mix raging ADD, incredible guitar playing and humour ? PHIL X!!!! This guy whales.

  • guitarcrazydude1 4 years ago

    the best part in this video is definitely the song, sounds killer! got me really excited for the new album. keep on making badass music phil!

  • Wyatt Scott 4 years ago


  • joeyboogenz 4 years ago

    Phil , since people sometimes break your balls for playing funk #49 so much, (which I never get tired of anyway) how about some funk # 48 just to shut em' up ! or "Woman" by the james gang! I always like playing that one.

  • MyworstEnemy 4 years ago

    I never get tired of that Friedman. Dam Phil, you guys sound Great!

  • David B 4 years ago

    Holy Shit!  No Woman of Mine kills it !  That Friedman sounds amazing

  • Francisco Garcia 4 years ago

    Awesome Drills song

  • sanya aynas 4 years ago

    Great, just GREAT soloing!! )))

  • Andrew Sorenson 4 years ago

    The lick is from Reelin' In the Years, I'm a little late aren't i

  • Scott Mac 4 years ago

    that guitar dishes out a bad boy attitude in the song.  Great tone and full of character

  • Rowan Burns 4 years ago

    It's always reelin in the years

  • Tony Murga 4 years ago

    Reeling in the years

  • Ted Van Boort 4 years ago

    The April Wine Song is Say Hello.

  • rhykko77 4 years ago

    Reelin in the Years Steely Dan

  • mandolingrass 4 years ago

    reeling in the years!