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What kind is that? Duojet? If I had a bigsby on a guitar, it would be a gretsch. Nice looking axe.
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That's what I used to say - so I bought a Gretsch. Now I have Bigsbys on an LP, a Tele and a 335, too. But the Gretsch feels the best with it (string distance and angle).
 
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Congrats on a great guitar! I love mine as I am sure you will too.
 
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Happy NGD, they're the best kinda days!
 
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It’s an import Electromatic Jet. This one here. Does it look like it should have come with a gigbag? Near the bottom.

Gretsch Guitars - G5230T Electromatic Jet FT Single-Cut with Bigsby, Black Walnut Fingerboard - Black

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"Case/Gig Bag: Optional G6238FT Solid Body Flat Top Hardshell Case (P/N 0996474000), G2164 Solid Body Gig Bag (P/N 0996460000) Sold separately"

I interpret that HSC and gig bag are both optional and sold separately.

Beautiful guitar. Happy belated NGD.

ENJOY!!
 

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I got an older one a few months back used. The previous owner had installed a brand name bigsby on it with a towner system, and I didn't even notice until someone pointed it out. I thought it was stock. I love the guitar. Used they are an insane value, and new they beat the pants off most stuff in the price range.


 

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"Case/Gig Bag: Optional G6238FT Solid Body Flat Top Hardshell Case (P/N 0996474000), G2164 Solid Body Gig Bag (P/N 0996460000) Sold separately"

I interpret that HSC and gig bag are both optional and sold separately.

Beautiful guitar. Happy belated NGD.

ENJOY!!
I kinda figured it out after. Just a strange way to put to print.
 

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The Reverend would be the one. I've owned a ton of guitars and it's been the keeper since I got it back when they only sold them direct. It's the most versatile guitar I've owned. The LA Cab a close second though, it's fantastic. It's not to put the pro jet down, it's just the other two are exceptionally nice.
 
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