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Get $200 off this stylish Gretsch G5420T hollowbody electric guitar in this amazing pre-Black Friday deal at Guitar Center

Gretsch G5420T
(Image credit: Guitar Center)

The biggest shopping event of the year continues to roll towards us, and unbelievable Black Friday guitar deals continue to pop up at the biggest US retailers. Here at Guitar World, we are spending our days finding the best deals for you, so we can alleviate some of the stress and make holiday shopping simpler.

Today, we came across this amazing offer on the Gretsch G5420T Electromatic hollow body electric guitar in Snow Crest White - being offered at $699 down from $899 over at Guitar Center.

For years, Gretsch has stood firmly at the top of its game as the makers of some of the most sleek and stylish guitars in the world.

With a white-and-gold color scheme inspired by the iconic Gretsch White Falcon, the maple-built, hollow body G5420T promises the same build quality guitarists have come to expect from the world-renowned brand.

The guitar features a U-shaped neck, 22 medium jumbo frets on a rosewood fretboard and the Gretsch signature thumbnail inlays.

Fitted with Gretsch-designed Blacktop Filter’Tron passive humbucker pickups, this guitar has it all: looks, tone and style.

To top it all off, the guitar is fitted with the classic Bigsby B60 tailpiece.

For more information, head over to Guitar Center.

Gretsch Guitars G5420T Electromatic:

Gretsch Guitars G5420T Electromatic: $899.99, now $699.99
Get your hands on this iconic hollowbody for less, complete with legendary white-and-gold color scheme, Blacktop Filter'Tron humbuckers and Bigsby B60 tailpiece. Now available with a whopping $200 off the asking price.

Sam Roche

Sam is a Staff Writer at Guitar World, also creating content for Total Guitar, Guitarist and Guitar Player. He has well over 15 years of guitar playing under his belt, as well as a degree in Music Technology (Mixing and Mastering). He's a metalhead through and through, but has a thorough appreciation for all genres of music. In his spare time, Sam creates point-of-view guitar lesson videos on YouTube under the name Sightline Guitar.