Gretsch 6119 Chet Atkins Tennessean Hollowbody 1967. This model was basically a slimmed down, single pickup 6120 from 1958 to 1960. Then in 1961 the model stayed single cutaway and changed to 2 pickups and a thinner body. Double bound top, unbound back, single bound neck, unbound peghead. Rosewood fingerboard with thumbprint inlays. Metal tuner buttons. Chrome plated parts. Gretsch bigsby. Bone nut. 2Ē thick single cutaway body with painted simulated "f" holes. 2 HiLotron pickups. 2 knobs on treble bout, 2 switches on bass bout. Master volume and standby switch. Chet Atkins signature and Gretsch logo on grey pickguard. Zero fret. Metal tuner buttons. Chet Atkins Tennessean nameplate on peghead. Uniform dark-stain top and body finish. On our model 6119 the pickguard is missing, also the original case is missing. Guitar comes with a hardshell western case. The standby switch is replaced by an aftermarket type. The guitar is in a great playable state, neck is straight, slight fretwear and a low action. Original Finish and binding is perfect. Minor honest playwear. This guitar belonged to Dutch guitarist Ger Hoeijmakers who used it on several Frank Boeijen recordings.