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Great Gretsch Fun in the Great White North

On Saturday, May 13, 2017, members of the The Gretsch Pages (GDP) and Gretsch-Talk online communities with support from Gretsch Guitars participated in the fifth annual Canadian Roundup--a gathering of Gretsch Guitar enthusiasts. Along with live musical performances, attendees were treated to food, prizes, and fire branding with the “official” Gretsch branding iron! It all happened at the Royal Canadian Airforce Lodge in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

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Gretsch Greatest Hits…And Hitters: Nathaniel Townsley

Nathaniel Townsley is a relatively new Gretsch Drums artist, having joined the roster in 2016. But he’s certainly not new to the drumming scene. In fact, Nathaniel has earned a reputation as a “quiet giant” among knowledgeable drummers who’ve followed his amazing career over the past two decades.

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IN OTHER GRETSCH NEWS!

Nashville Expo Center, located on the Tennessee State Fairgrounds - See more at: http://www.nashvilledrumshow.com/location/#sthash.8qj8BXw9.dpu

* Dinah Gretsch Named to The Women’s International Music Network New Advisory Board

* Great Gretsch Educator: Mark Guiliana

* Today's Tech and Young Thumbs!

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LAB Camp Drums with Keith Carlock and Stanton Moore

Gretsch drummers Keith Carlock and Stanton Moore will participate in LAB Camp Drums from June 8 through June 13 at The Ranch, Sofikón, Greece. Make plans to attend!



Busy July in Nashville!

Two great reasons to visit Nashville this July: the Chet Atkins Appreciation Society (CAAS) Convention and the Summer NAMM Show!

First, the CAAS Convention runs July 12 to 15 at the Sheraton Music City.  Visit the Chet Society site for all the details and make plans to attend!

Second, the Summer NAMM Show runs July 13 to 15 at the Music City Center. It's an industry event, but we'll be sharing news and images from the show so make sure to follow us.

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American Sound and Beauty: Guitars from the Bachman-Gretsch Collection

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German Guitar Heroes

Read Fred Gretsch's examination of an important part of history not properly being represented.

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