Gretsch G2622 Streamliner Walnut Stain – Affordable Electric Semi-Acoustic Guitar Review

This weeks review of the country gentleman inspired Gretsch G2622 Streamliner started out with a plan to play some Beatles medleys but the guitar had better ideas and took us on a detour down a 1980’s mission inspired gothic rock rabbit hole. No worries… we found our happy place!!

If you don’t like any of the talking or the playing bits in this video we’ve made it easy for you to skip along to the next chapter in case something more interesting is happening…

0:00 play in & coming up
1:39 introducing the guitar
5:39 construction & hardware specs
8:07 what does it weigh?
8:29 unplugged sound
9:02 plugging in… what amp?
10:00 pickups & controls
12:34 let’s play something (part 1)
14:02 pickup outputs
14:44 let’s play something (part 2)
15:39 investigating the tailpiece & bridge
18:51 fretwork
19:14 under the hood
22:31 neck profile & measurements
22:58 so what do we think then?
24:42 play out jam (part 1)
25:04 final thoughts
27:34 final mission play out jam

Signal Chain Info:
Drive Pedals (when on): Klon KTR / RAT
Amp: Fender Deluxe Reverb II
Mics AKG C414 & SM57
Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 into Protools

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