Gretsch Guitars Makes It Into the Country Music Hall Of Fame

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Are you as big a fan of guitars as you are of country music? Does the rich history of the instrument get your blood pumping and your imagination wondering?

Yes? Then you’ve probably heard of Gretsch guitars.

Founded in 1883, Gretsch guitars are among the most coveted axes in the known world with a long history and an impressive list of artists who have played them over the years. In other words, they’re a pretty big deal. That is why the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, TN is presenting a new exhibit dedicated to these beautifully crafted instruments.

The exhibit will feature 75 Gretsch guitars from the collection of Randy Bachman. Bachman is best known for his role in two of the most iconic classic rock bands: Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Bachman’s personal collection contains over 300 Gretsch guitars, most of which he acquired in the ‘70s and ‘80s. This is the first time that his collection will be made viewable to the public!

In addition to being the first time these guitars have ever been on display to the public, it is also the largest stringed instrument collection ever to be displayed at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

What is your favorite brand or style of guitar?

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