Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass
Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass

Gretsch G2220 Junior Jet II Bass

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$259.00
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*Used in excellent condition#

Along with the cool Gretsch looks, the main feature of this bass is the neck with a 30.3”-shorter scale length for comfortable playability.  Light basswood body makes it easy to play longer.  Maple neck, 12”-radius laurel fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and dot inlays. Dual Gretsch single-coil bass pickups deliver the thump with control coming courtesy of a three-position pickup toggle switch, master volume and master tone.

This guitar can not be sold as new due to the guitar being professionally refurbished by MIRC in Franklin, TN. The original serial number has been replaced with a new serial number to track the guitar through MIRCs system. It has also been stamped "used" on the back of the headstock.  Reverb.com has a great article about MIRC that will answer most questions buyers may have.

This guitar has been professionally refurbished and set up by one of MIRC's top-notch techs. Once it arrived in our shop, it was tweaked just a bit more. Every player is different and some may want to change the setup to reflect their own playing style.  When buying any guitar online, it is always wise to factor in the cost of having the instrument set up by a local tech to meet your own preferences.

This guitar has never been owned by a consumer. There is no fret wear, sweat stains, or weird smell to worry about.  It has traveled from the factory that manufactured it to the company that ordered it to MIRC, where it was refurbished, to our shop.  The customer who buys it from us will be the first consumer to own it. 

The differences between buying a refurbished guitar and a new guitar are the warranty (there is no factory warranty on the guitar--it has the same risks associated with buying a used guitar), the new serial number, and THE PRICE. We feel the benefits of having an expert tech assess, repair, and thoroughly set up the guitar along with the reduced price far overshadow the lack of a factory warranty. Please contact us with any questions about refurbished guitars in general or this guitar specifically.

Come check it out at the shop.