10 Best Guitars for Blues

Whether it’s the mournful tones of Delta Blues or the electric sizzle of Chicago style, the right guitar can help channel the spirit of the Blues. Here’s a list of ten guitars revered by blues players.

Gretsch History

Friedrich Gretsch, a German immigrant from Mannheim, began building drum kits and banjos in 1883. After WWI, the company was taken over by his son, Fred, under whose leadership it flourished and gained a reputation for high quality and precision.

Brian Setzer Guitars

If you’ve ever tapped your foot to “Rock This Town”, you’ve felt the magic of Brian Setzer’s music. And a significant part of that magic is his signature Gretsch guitars. Join us as we dive deep into the world of Brian Setzer’s signature models, exploring the craftsmanship, design, and legacy of these beautiful instruments.

Bono Guitars

While Bono is primarily known as a U2 frontman rather than a guitarist, his collaboration with Gretsch, resulting in the G6136I Bono Falcon, is something that needs to be talked about. It’s a guitar that brings together the design aesthetics of Gretsch with the unique flair of Bono.

Billy Duffy Guitars

Over the years, Billy Duffy’s relationship with his guitars has evolved, with various instruments bearing the weight of his talent. Among these, the partnership with Gretsch has resulted in the creation of a signature guitar that reflects Duffy’s artistry, ethos, and passion for music.

Gretsch Catalog 2005

Gretsch Guitar Catalog 2005

Gretsch Guitar Catalog 2005 Imagine a time when every guitar enthusiast was fervently awaiting the mail, not for an online shopping delivery, but for the […]