gretsch g5210 electromatic

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A more critical further opinion r.e. my 5210 two months down the line since purchase...........well to be frank I can'not find a criticism: Thin body maybe? Well i'ts adequate enough, no really,  thats all; it stays in tune, the bridge is fine....my impressions now are the same as when bought it, in truth it's grown on me even more.  Yes sir, an extremely good value for money guitar, extraordinarily good to play. What am I comparing it with?  I also own a Gretsch g3110 Jazz Guitar, a Gibson Les Paul custom, and a Strat custom, when it comes to which do I play I will frequently go for the 5210, it holds it's own but you must remember that  the latter two guitars are in their own exclusive league -as many players know.I personnaly have played guitar since 1970 and have tried numerous makes, e.g. bought a  stupidly heavy Gibson Chet Atkins country gent with Gibson case, it weighed the same as a sack of potatoes, playing it stood up would dislocate your shoulder and sat down would leave a dent in your leg. No wonder Chet was laconic. So don't hang about, get the thrill of an Electromatic, good luck!
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