Gretsch Reintroduces their 1950's New Yorker Archtop

The classic 1950s Gretsch New Yorker™ archtop guitar returns

Gretsch is proud to release an all new and improved lineup of banjos, mandolins, resonators and guitars in the 2014 Roots Collection, the eclectic family of instruments that transports players to a bygone era.

The most distinctive model is the reissue of their 1950's classic the; G9550 New Yorker Archtop...

· Arched solid spruce top with laminated maple sides and arched back
· Vintage-Style “V”-shaped mahogany neck profile
· Rosewood fingerboard
· 25” scale
· Compensated rosewood bridge with trapeze tailpiece
· Sunburst Finish

Gretsch New Yorker Press Release:
The classic 1950s Gretsch New Yorker™ archtop guitar returns. From casual playing to pro performance, this grand auditorium-size archtop will be your new favorite for its excellent tone, effortless playing action and handsome good looks.

Features include an arched solid spruce top, laminated maple sides and arched back, vintage-style "V"-shaped mahogany neck profile, rosewood fingerboard, 25" scale, compensated rosewood bridge with trapeze tailpiece, nickel hardware, and a stylish antique semi-gloss sunburst finish. Read more at their web-page


  1. That is one dang nice guitar! How mucho$$$$ does it cost tho?