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"Introduced in 1940 to compete with Gibson's popular Super 400, the opulent Synchromatic 400 featured an 18" wide, non-cutaway body with maple back and sides; double bound cat-eye sound holes; stairstep "synchrosonic" bridge; "chromatic" harp tailpiece; pickguard with white and gold sparkle binding that almost covered the treble sound hole; white and gold sparkle fingerboard and body binding; 26" scale; gold plated parts; 5 piece neck of maple and rosewood; ebony fingerboard; slanted script "Gretsch" logo; crossed "Synchromatic" chili-pepper inlay ornament; and slashed humptop block inlays." Phil X conducts a #product-demo of this guitar throughout this video.more
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