Gretsch streamliner p90

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The impressively affordable G2622-P90 Streamliner™ Center Block Double-Cut P90 with V-Stoptail is designed for three simple things — high gain-friendly performance, slick, easy playability and spectacular style.

The G2622-P90’s sound is the perfect blend of brash and brawn with a chambered spruce center block driven to the limit by all-new Gretsch FideliSonic™ 90 pickups. These single-coil 90 pickups retain the full warm tone of a traditional P90 with a distinct top-end that is articulate and well-defined. The lightweight spruce center block runs the length of the mahogany body, reinforcing the arched top while eliminating undesired feedback for volume-friendly performance on modern stages.

The Streamliner’s sonic power is harnessed and shaped by the traditional control layout—neck and bridge pickup volume controls, a master tone control, master volume control and three-way pickup switching. The V-Stoptail can withstand the heavier styles of playing, while the anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge and synthetic bone nut grant astounding tuning stability and accurate, slip-free intonation.

A fast-playing 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with unique oval inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets sits atop the white-bound nato neck with a thin “U”-shaped profile—ideal for chord work or fiery riffing.

Classic ‘50s and ‘60s Gretsch eye-catching style is also here—all-new “radio arrow” control knobs, enlarged F-holes for increased acoustic projection, stylized pickup bezels, elegant aged white binding with upgraded purfling, one-ply black pickguard, slick-looking nickel hardware and standout finishes including Claret Burst and Havana Burst.

Nearly impossible to put down once you pick it up and start playing, the G2622-P90 has the updated sound and classic style that has earned Gretsch accolades since the dawn of rock ‘n’ roll.

  • All-new single-coil Gretsch FideliSonic™ 90 pickups
  • Double-cutaway 16” arched mahogany body with chambered spruce center block
  • Enlarged F-holes for increased acoustic projection
  • Nato neck
  • 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and pearloid oval inlays
  • Master volume, master tone, individual pickup volume controls and three-position pickup toggle switch provide complete tone-shaping flexibility
  • Gretsch V-Stoptail tailpiece
  • Anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge
  • One-ply black pickguard, stylized pickup bezels and radio arrow control knobs
  • Nickel hardware
  • Available in Claret Burst and Havana Burst

Videos

Sours: https://www.gretschguitars.com/gear/build/center-block/g2622-p90-streamliner-center-block-double-cut-p90-with-v-stoptail/2817600531

Big, bold and righteous, the G2420T-P90 Limited Edition Streamliner™ Hollow Body P90 with Bigsby® is designed for the modern guitarist who yearns for something beyond the norm. A commanding guitar for powerful players, the G2420T-P90’s modern sonics, updated electronics and authentically elegant style create the latest iteration of That Great Gretsch Sound!™

A true big-body canon, the G2420T-P90 delivers that huge P90 thump with humbucking growl and grind.

This rendition of the famed G2420T adds a sonic twist by combining the Broad’Tron™ bridge pickup with a P90 neck pickup. The single-coil P90 Dog Ear neck pickup spawns a vibrant, fat tone while the Broad’Tron bridge pickup offers a throaty humbucker bite.

This sonic power is harnessed and shaped by the traditional control layout—neck and bridge pickup volume controls, a master tone control, master volume control and three-way pickup switching. A fast-playing 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard with elegant pearloid block inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets sits atop the bound nato neck with a thin “U”-shaped profile—ideal for chord work or firing off hot-rodded riffing. Add some shimmer and expression to your playing with the Bigsby-licensed B60 vibrato tailpiece, while the Adjusto-Matic™ bridge with secured rosewood base and synthetic bone nut grant amazing tuning stability.

All the classic vintage style you’ve come to expect from Gretsch is here—a gorgeous Midnight Wine Satin finish, vintage-style black control knobs, F Holes, elegant two-ply white and black body binding, slick-looking nickel hardware, arched laminated maple construction and single-ply black pickguard with Gretsch logo. Nearly impossible to put down once you pick it up and start playing, the G2420T-P90 is an astounding take on the classic sound and style you’ve come to expect from Gretsch.

Features include:

  • P90 Dog Ear neck pickup and Broad’Tron™ bridge pickup
  • Limited Edition Midnight Wine Satin finish
  • Single-cutaway fully hollow-body build
  • Arched laminated maple construction
  • 12”-radius rosewood fingerboard with elegant pearloid block inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets
  • Bigsby®-licensed B60 vibrato tailpiece
  • Adjusto-Matic™ bridge with anchored base and synthetic bone nut
Sours: https://www.gretschguitars.com/gear/build/hollow-body/g2420t-p90-limited-edition-streamliner-hollow-body-p90-with-bigsby/2809600576
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“That great Gretsch sound“ remained a beloved marketing slogan by Gretsch for several decades now. That “sound” previously encompassed everything from the rip-roaring twang of a full-size hollowbody electric guitar with Filter’Tron humbuckers to the sizzling spank of a chambered Duo Jet with DeArmond/DynaSonic single-coils. 

However, in recent times, Gretsch has expanded the range of tones its instruments offer guitarists significantly enough that maybe the slogan should be changed to “Those great Gretsch sounds”.

Several recent additions to Gretsch’s Streamliner collection are a great example  of how Gretsch has expanded its tonal range without sacrificing the je ne sais quoi that makes a Gretsch a Gretsch. With its thinline semi-hollow body and pair of P90-style FideliSonic 90 single-coil pickups, the new Gretsch G2622-P90 Streamliner pushes beyond classic Gretsch parameters, offering a unique new voice that will still please even the most die-hard Gretsch aficionado.

Features

From the front, the body of the Gretsch G2622-P90 has the same curvaceous, 16-inch-wide double-cutaway shape of the early '60s 6120, but that’s pretty much where the resemblance starts and stops. The body features an arched top and back made of laminated mahogany, slim 1.75-inch depth, enlarged f-holes, aged white top and back binding with black/white/black purfling and a chambered spruce center block, which makes the guitar a true semi-hollow model. 

The nato set neck has a 24.75-inch scale length and features a laurel fingerboard with a 12-inch radius, 22 medium jumbo frets, synthetic bone nut with 1.6875-inch width, single-layer aged white binding surrounding the fingerboard and headstock, pearloid oval fretboard marker inlays and a thin, U-shaped profile. 

The most important detail is the brand-new Gretsch FideliSonic 90 single-coil pick-ups, which resemble mid-'50s “staple” P90s but have their own distinct character that’s different from both “staple” and regular P90s. Each pickup has a chrome-plated cover and is mounted in a classy-look-ing cream bezel attached to the top with four screws.

Height is adjusted via screws between the A/D and G/B strings. The controls are the classic Gretsch configuration of a master volume on the upper bout and individual pickup volume and master tone controls in a triangular configuration on the lower bout, with a three-way pickup toggle on the upper bout above the low E string.

The “radio arrow” control knobs are also a new design, made of cream plastic and featuring a gold metal insert with arrow indicators. The hardware is nickel plated and consists of a V stoptail, anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge and die-cast tuning machines. There’s also a black single-ply floating pickguard on the treble bout. Finish options are the red Claret Burst and brown Havana Burst, apparently named to appease wine-drinking, cigar-smoking Gretsch players.

Performance

With a tone crunchier than a two-ton bag of pork rinds, the Gretsch G2622-P90 Streamliner delivers a satisfying snarl that’s more aggressive than the usual Gretsch twang. The treble is enhanced, so these pickups also provide more bite and snap than a P90.

Equipped stock with .010-.046 strings, this guitar can punch the front end of an amp quite aggressively. Its thick midrange rocks hard with the guitar’s master volume up full, while backing down the master volume cleans up the tone with a gorgeous treble sparkle.

Construction, playability and com-fort is astounding for an instrument that streets for less than $500. The wood grain visible under the transparent sunburst finish shows that Gretsch didn’t skimp on material quality either. 

At this price, the Gretsch G2622-P90 Streamliner is a no-brainer for anyone seeking a semi-hollow model that can rock hard and stand out in a crowd. I also highly recommend the G2655-P90 Streamliner Jr., which has a body that measures two inches smaller but delivers similar tones and performance.

Specs

  • PRICE: $499 / £469 street
  • BODY: Laminated mahogany with chambered spruce centre block
  • NECK: Nato, Thin U
  • SCALE: 629 mm (24.75”)
  • FINGERBOARD: Indian laurel
  • FRETS: 22, medium jumbo
  • PICKUPS: 2 x Gretsch FideliSonic 90 single-coils
  • CONTROLS: 1 x master volume, 1 x tone, 2 x volume, 3-way toggle selector switch
  • HARDWARE: Nickel Adjusto-Matic bridge with V-Stoptail, sealed die-cast tuners, 
  • FINISH: Havana Burst (as reviewed), Claret Burst
  • CONTACT:Gretsch
Sours: https://www.guitarworld.com/reviews/gretsch-g2622-p90-streamliner-review

Available in a stunning Candy Apple Red satin finish, the impressively affordable G2622TG-P90 Streamliner™ Center Block P90 with Bigsby® and Gold Hardware is designed for three simple things — high gain-friendly performance, slick, easy playability and spectacular style.

The G2622TG-P90’s sound is the perfect blend of brash and brawn with a chambered spruce center block driven to the limit by dual P90 pickups. The single-coil P90 Soap Bar pickups offer up a more transparent tone than a traditional humbucker, while retaining a thick midrange for a unique, muscular voice.

The lightweight spruce center block runs the length of the body, reinforcing the top while eliminating undesired feedback for volume-friendly performance on modern stages. Add some shimmer and expression to your playing with the gold Bigsby®-licensed B70 vibrato tailpiece.

Easy to play while rocking out, the G2622TG-P90 is a phenomenal instrument for the modern musician who wants to control the stage and the audience while standing out from the pack.

Sours: https://www.gretschguitars.com/gear/build/center-block/g2622tg-p90-limited-edition-streamliner-center-block-p90-with-bigsby-and-gold-hardware/2807100509

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instrument or piece of studio gear, however, many people want to have the peace of mind in knowing that their investment will be protected should the product no longer be performing at 100%.

Because of this, Long & McQuade provides our customers with a FREE one-year Performance Warranty on most of our products. The Long & McQuade Performance Warranty supplements the manufacturer’s warranty to ensure that our customers receive complete “no hassle” warranty coverage within their first year.

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  • Performance Guarantee: Normal wear and tear is covered, so your product will be performing as well as the day you purchased it for the entire duration of the coverage. Band and Orchestral Performance Warranty does not include replacing pads or cleaning for woodwind instruments, unless deemed necessary by our repair staff. Ultrasonic cleaning for brass instruments will be provided if deemed necessary by our repair staff, but is not routinely offered under the Performance Warranty.
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Purchasing additional years of coverage

Some manufacturers provide warranties for longer than 1 year; however, these are usually limited warranties that do not provide the same coverage as the Long & McQuade Performance Warranty. Customers interested in more complete and convenient (but not necessarily longer) coverage are still able to purchase additional years of the Performance Warranty.

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  • GUITARS: 4% of the current new selling price to double the warranty from 1 year to 2 years. 4% for each additional year. $45 maximum. An additional free setup is not included with additional purchased years of Performance Warranty.
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Sours: https://www.long-mcquade.com/219155/Guitars/Hollow-body-Electric-Guitars/Gretsch-Guitars/G2622T-P90-Streamliner-Center-Block-Double-Cut-P90-with-Bigsby--Laurel-Fingerboard---Gunmetal.htm
TONE CHECK: Gretsch G2655T-P90 Streamliner Center Block Jr. Double Cut - No Talking

The impressively affordable G2622T-P90 Streamliner™ Center Block Double-Cut P90 with Bigsby® is designed for three simple things — high gain-friendly performance, slick, easy playability and spectacular style.

The G2622T-P90’s sound is the perfect blend of brash and brawn with a chambered spruce center block driven to the limit by all-new Gretsch FideliSonic™ 90 pickups. These single-coil 90 pickups retain the full warm tone of a traditional P90 with a distinct top-end that is articulate and well-defined. The lightweight spruce center block runs the length of the mahogany body, reinforcing the arched top while eliminating undesired feedback for volume-friendly performance on modern stages.

The Streamliner’s sonic power is harnessed and shaped by the traditional control layout—neck and bridge pickup volume controls, a master tone control, master volume control and three-way pickup switching. The Bigsby® tailpiece adds expressive shimmer to your playing, while the anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge and synthetic bone nut grant astounding tuning stability and accurate, slip-free intonation.

A fast-playing 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with unique oval inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets sits atop the white-bound nato neck with a thin “U”-shaped profile—ideal for chord work or fiery riffing.

Classic ‘50s and ‘60s Gretsch eye-catching style is also here—all-new “radio arrow” control knobs, enlarged F-holes for increased acoustic projection, stylized pickup bezels, elegant aged white binding with upgraded purfling, black or tortoise pickguard, slick-looking nickel hardware and remarkable finishes including Brownstone, Forge Glow and Gunmetal.

Nearly impossible to put down once you pick it up and start playing, the G2622T-P90 has the updated sound and classic style that has earned Gretsch accolades since the dawn of rock ‘n’ roll.

  • All-new single-coil FideliSonic™ 90 pickups
  • Double-cutaway 16” arched mahogany body with chambered spruce center block
  • Enlarged F-holes for increased acoustic projection
  • Nato neck
  • 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and pearloid oval inlays
  • Master volume, master tone, individual pickup volume controls and three-position pickup toggle switch provide complete tone-shaping flexibility
  • Bigsby® B70 vibrato tailpiece
  • Anchored Adjusto-Matic™ bridge
  • Stylized pickup bezels and radio arrow control knobs
  • Nickel hardware
  • Available in Brownstone and Forge Glow with black pickguard, or in Gunmetal with tortoise pickguard

Videos

Sours: https://www.gretschguitars.com/gear/build/center-block/g2622t-p90-streamliner-center-block-double-cut-p90-with-bigsby/2807500568

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The Big Review: Gretsch P90 Streamliner Center Block series

When is a Gretsch not a Gretsch? If your answer to that question is “When it isn’t fully hollow and doesn’t have extra-twangy pickups”, the brand’s new Streamliner Center Block models want to change your mind. It represents the latest move in Gretsch’s quest to cover a broader sonic palette – and it’s quite a bold one.

You’ll have guessed from the words ‘Center Block’ that these are semi-acoustics, and noticed from the pictures that they’re packing what appear to be P-90-style pickups with ‘staple’ polepieces. But as we’ll soon discover, that doesn’t tell the whole story.

The basics are simple enough. Both are double-cutaway semis with Bigsby vibratos (there are also cheaper hardtail versions) and the traditional Gretsch control layout: individual pickup volume knobs plus master volume and tone – all with cute arrow markers in this case – and a three-way switch up top.

Gretsch G2655T-P90 & G2622T-P90

The bodies are bound in off-white with neat purfling, the necks have little oval fret markers and, if you ask us, there’s not a lot wrong with the large-bodied G2622T-P90 in terms of looks. The two-tone Junior, however, could be more divisive, as its quite drastically shrunken-down body makes all the hardware look disproportionately big – especially the thick plastic surrounds to the FideliSonic 90 pickups. And speaking of pickups… that’s where things get really interesting.

Of course, there’s nothing revolutionary about Gretsches with P-90s – Eddie Cochran fitted one in the neck position of his 6120 over 60 years ago – but this time they’re in both berths and, besides, these are no ordinary P-90s. The look of these all-new units is clearly inspired by Gibson’s staple pickups, generally known as a brighter-toned option, but there’s no reason to assume they’ll sound that way.

Gretsch G2655T-P90 & G2622T-P90

Both our review guitars seem well made overall, with good neck joins and tidy binding throughout. The G2622T earns one small black mark for a misaligned arrow on one of the volume knobs; the G2655T gets one for some slightly scruffy finishing around the lower f-hole, and another for a painfully sharp-cornered nut.

Gretsch G2655T-P90 Streamliner Center Block Jr

In use

These two instruments are identical in every specification except body shape and Bigsby type. It’s no surprise, then, that their acoustic voices are broadly similar, at least in the top end, the main difference being that the bigger guitar has much more bloom in the lower frequencies. The other immediately obvious difference is that, while the full-size model is reasonably well balanced on the strap, the sawn-off Junior is much more neck-heavy.

First up for amplification is the large-bodied G2622T… and much as we love wanging away on a Bigsby, the B70 fitted to this guitar feels ever so slightly anomalous. Why? Because its fundamental voice is so thick and buttery that it feels more like a jazzbox than a rockabilly twanger – and we don’t just mean on the neck pickup.

Gretsch G2622T-P90 Streamliner Center Block

There is a beautifully quacky quality to the upper mids – these are P-90s alright, with that distinctive cheeky-but-firm attack, the sonic equivalent of being slapped with a cardboard fish – but even with the switch whacked to the back it’s a darkly woody tone. Does this still count as ‘twang’? Possibly, but it’s certainly not our usual flavour. This is probably down most of all to the FideliSonic 90 design, but maybe also to the fact that the bridge pickup has been placed a good inch or so away from the saddles, well out of the zingy zone.

The combination of solidity and snap is addictive in its own way – it’s smooth and fluffy rather than muffled, with plenty of responsiveness to changes in picking strength. The three pickup settings give three variants on the same theme, with added cluck in the middle position and more than ample warmth at the front.

Gretsch G2655T-P90 Streamliner Center Block Jr

A fairly wide and flat neck with low-ish frets makes it feel wonderfully slick for lead runs, the only snag being the pickguard: as it’s been positioned over the neck pickup surround, it’s very close to the high E string and can get in the way of the right hand unless you’re a very disciplined picker. You can always remove it, of course.

These pickups are no less noisy than traditional P-90s, but they can handle relatively high levels of gain just fine as long as you don’t need biting treble and don’t mind slightly mushy chords. It is a big body but the centre-block helps to keep things under control – although there’s certainly feedback there if you want it, opening up all kinds of fun with the Bigsby.

Gretsch G2622T-P90 Streamliner Center Block

The first benefit of the Junior model’s scaled-down design is that the arm of the Bigsby B50 is closer to the pickups and therefore easier to grab while mid-widdle. Like the B70 on its sibling, it does its gently wobbly job without issues and stays in tune pretty well. There is a bit less feedback to play with here, though – a natural side-effect of this guitar’s tighter, less swirly tone.

It obviously doesn’t sound as ‘big’ as its full-size sibling, then, but it’s no less of a charmer. Overdriven chords have more clarity now, but that’s because of the low-end content that’s been taken out rather than any added treble: played clean it has a similar tonal profile, just with more immediacy and less fullness.

Gretsch G2655T-P90 Streamliner Center Block Jr

Arpeggios in the middle position sound just as sweet but more pure and perky; it’s surprising how much more lively this guitar feels just because there’s less wood and air involved. Jazzy stuff with the neck pickup loses the low-end ‘whump’ of the G2622T but some players might be quite happy about that. We’re getting strong vibes of the Epiphone Wildkat here – which is perhaps no surprise, as that underrated guitar is also a small-bodied semi with P-90s and a Bigsby.

Like the G5622 model we reviewed recently, these semi-hollow guitars are pushing the boundaries of what the company still calls ‘that great Gretsch sound’… but with those FideliSonic 90s pushing it so much further in the direction of mellow soulfulness, only you can decide if you’re willing to follow.

Gretsch G2622T-P90 Streamliner Center Block

Key Features

Gretsch G2622T-P90 Streamliner Center Block – 8/10

  • PRICE £609
  • DESCRIPTION Six-string semi-hollow electric guitar, made in Indonesia
  • BUILD Double-cutaway mahogany laminate body with chambered spruce centre block, set nato neck with 12” radius bound laurel fingerboard, oval inlays, 22 medium jumbo frets and synthetic bone nut
  • HARDWARE Adjusto-Matic bridge with Bigsby B70 vibrato, vintage-style tuners
  • ELECTRONICS 2x FideliSonic 90 single-coil pickups, master volume and tone plus individual volume controls, three-way pickup switch
  • SCALE LENGTH 24.75”/629mm
  • NECK WIDTH 42.7mm at nut, 53.6mm at 12th fret
  • NECK DEPTH 21.1mm at first fret, 23.8mm at 12th fret
  • STRING SPACING 35mm at nut, 51.5mm at bridge
  • WEIGHT 3.2kg/7.1lb
  • FINISH Forge Glow (as reviewed), Brownstone, Gunmetal
  • LEFT-HANDERS No
  • VERDICT A likeable semi that lives at the mild-mannered end of the Gretsch/Gibson crossover area

Gretsch G2655T-P90 Streamliner Center Block Jr – 8/10

  • PRICE £609
  • DESCRIPTION Six-string semi-hollow electric guitar, made in Indonesia
  • BUILD Double-cutaway mahogany laminate body with chambered spruce centre block, set nato neck with 12” radius bound laurel fingerboard, oval inlays, 22 medium jumbo frets and synthetic bone nut
  • HARDWARE Adjusto-Matic bridge with Bigsby B50 vibrato, vintage-style tuners
  • ELECTRONICS 2x FideliSonic 90 single-coil pickups, master volume and tone plus individual volume controls, three-way pickup switch
  • SCALE LENGTH 24.75”/629mm
  • NECK WIDTH 42.7mm at nut, 53.2mm at 12th fret
  • NECK DEPTH 21mm at first fret, 23.5mm at 12th fret
  • STRING SPACING 35mm at nut, 51.5mm at bridge
  • WEIGHT 2.8kg/6.2lb
  • FINISH Sahara Metallic (as reviewed), Mint Metallic, Midnight Sapphire (all with natural back and sides)
  • LEFT-HANDERS No
  • VERDICT A more snappy alternative to the bigger guitar, but with the same fundamental sweetness of voice
  • CONTACTgretschguitars.com

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Sours: https://guitar.com/review/electric-guitar/the-big-review-gretsch-p90-streamliner-center-block-series/


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