Gretsch Roc II 1977
This is an extremely rare Baldwin-era Gretsch solid body guitar, breaking tradition from what Gretsch was known for at the time. The body is constructed of Baldwin piano grade mahogany and the bolt-on neck is made from mahogany and maple. The original Bill of Sale is included.
The official catalog designation is model 7621, made from 1974-1977 along with the single pickup Roc I, 1974-1976 (model 7635). The PAF style pickups present a very Les Paul-ish tone for a bolt-on, and it has a very playable, comfortable neck. The bridge is a wrap-around style Leo Quan.
The seller rates this one as an 8.5 out of 10 based on minor lacquer inclusions, some buckle rash (slight), and a fully functional original tailpiece, but a slightly bent vertical adjustment screw on the bass bout side. The screw has not led to any functional tuning disturbances, therefore, the bridge piece was never replaced to maintain original parts.
Continental USA Shipping Only. No International Sales.
This guitar is presented by C.C. Top Music, Arts, & Beyond of Carson City, NV. Buyer pays UPS shipping (and applicable taxes) which is added to the sales price at checkout. Shipping is $100 including insurance.