Gretsch G2655 Streamliner CB Jr Double-Cut V-Stoptail Electric Guitar

Turn some heads! Instantly eye-catching, the Gretsch Streamliner CB Jr is iconic for its enlarged F-holes, aged white binding, maple arch-top and V-Stoptail.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Adjusto-Matic bridge Flawless intonation across all strings
Gretsch Broad'Tron humbucking pickups High-output with throaty midrange punch
Maple body Long sustain, good projection, bright tone
Nato neck Smooth feel and a modern tone

The exhilarating Gretsch G2655 Streamliner Center Block Jr. Double-Cut with V-Stoptail is designed for three simple things--high gain-friendly performance, slick, easy playability and spectacular style. A sleek music machine, the G2655 cranks out the hits with updated features while staying true to That Great Gretsch Sound! that's been a vital component of rock 'n' roll since its inception.

The secret to the Streamliner's sound is twofold--the Broad'Tron BT-2S humbucking pickup and the spruce center block. Designed specifically for the Streamliner Collection, the high-output Broad'Tron pickup spawns improved definition with tighter bass response for robust lows, pristine highs and a throaty midrange. A lightweight spruce center block runs the length of the body, reinforcing the top while eliminating undesirable 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. A fast-playing 12"-radius laurel fingerboard with elegant pearloid Big Block 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. Enjoy rock-solid tuning stability courtesy of the stylish Gretsch V-Stoptail tailpiece, anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge and synthetic bone nut.

All the classic eye-catching style you've come to read more expect from Gretsch is here--vintage-style black control knobs, enlarged F-holes for acoustic projection, elegant aged white binding with upgraded purfling, slick-looking nickel hardware, three-ply tortoise pickguard and arched laminated maple construction. Easy to play while rocking out thanks to its smaller body, the G2655 is a phenomenal instrument for the modern musician who wants to control the stage and the audience while standing out from the pack.
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- Collection: Gretsch Streamliner Collection
- Body Material: Laminated Maple
- Body Finish: Gloss
- Upper Bout: 10.625" (270mm)
- Lower Bout: 13.375" (340 mm)
- Waist: 8.625" (219mm)
- Neck: Nato
- Neck Finish: Gloss
- Fingerboard Material: Laurel
- Number Of Frets: 22
- Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
- Position Inlays: Big Block
- Nut Material: Synthetic Bone
- Nut Width: 1.6875" (42.86 mm)
- Tuning Machines: Die-Cast, Nickel
- Scale Length: 24.75" (629 mm)
- Bridge: Anchored Adjusto-Matic
- Pickups:
- Neck: Broad'Tron BT-2S
- Middle: N/A
- Bridge: Broad'Tron BT-2S
- Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge And Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
- Controls: Volume 1. (Neck Pickup), Volume 2. (Bridge Pickup), Master Volume, Master Tone
- Control Knobs: Black Vintage-Style
- Hardware Finish: Nickel
- Strings: NPS, .010-.046 Gauges
- Pickguard: 3-Ply Tortoise
- Case/Gig Bag: Optional: Gig Bag 0996460000 / Hardshell Case 0992655000
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
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Shipping Weight: 11.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 46 x 18 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2806500568
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Shipping Weight: 11.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 45 x 18 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2806400520

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 480-596-9690

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (3 ratings)
Submitted February 8, 2020 by Mikki Kennedy-LeFae in Colorado Springs, CO
"A Big Sound Out of a Little Package"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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I have been looking at the G2655 for several months, debating between the G2622 and the G2655. Both have center block construction, but I decided to try the G2655, given it's a tad differently shaped. It is a smaller bodied guitar, about the size of a Les Paul DC, I'm guessing. A 'blemished' one was available, so I took a chance. If there's actually a blemish, it would be the pickguard, which belied a little bit of use. Other than that, I could not, nor could my Tech/Luthier, find any flaws in the fit and finish. It took little or no setup, just a tweak here, a tweak there, and it was good to go.It's size is a bit deceiving, in that you are not expecting as powerful of voice, regardless of the Broad-Trons that are in it. Given its size it is a tad more trebly, but not in a bad way. I sort of like to think of it in terms of it being low/mid baritone, (beginning at "mi" in the baritone voice), to full tenor. It is concise, articulate, and full bodied in sound. The neck is fast, plays like butter, and is extremely comfortable. The controls are sensitive and responsive, and in the standard Gretsch layout. Whether the V tailstop has any sonic benefit, I really cannot tell at this juncture, but it is an aesthetically pleasing look. Mine is a the Jade Gray Metallic which matches my G2622.I Love the Broad-Trons, because they handle clean fabulously, and yet, you can hear that growl, just behind the clean, waiting to be let loose. I play through a JVM410, so even using the clean channel, read more I have 3 stages of gain, which, allow the Broad-Trons to really show their stuff. Kick into Crunch, (3rd gain stage), and get ready to melt faces. The sound cuts like a knife through the air, full, robust, and sizzling.Here in a week, the G2655 will get it's test, when we play in a multi-band rock and roll show. I have a notion, people are going to have the same surprised look on their faces, when I strike that first note or chord, wondering where that amazing sound is coming from and how it can be coming from this "little" sweet Gretsch.

Musical Background:
Professional Guitarist for Blood Rose

Musical Style:
A blend of Southern Rock, Classic Rock and Celtic Rock, all original material
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