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Description & Specs

The Nick 13 Signature Electromatic Tiger Jet from Gretsch is a stylistic spin on the classic instrument. Vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for California psychobilly trio Tiger Army, Nick 13 infuses his eclectic influences into this signature Gretsch. From early rock ‘n’ roll and doo wop to stylized punk with a Buddy Holly twist, the Electromatic Tiger Jet blends retro style with modern flair.

The Nick 13 Electromatic features a sleek black finish with white binding and cream pickup inserts, an oxblood pickguard with TigerBat logo, chrome hardware and distinctive TigerBat inlays. Black Top Filter’Tron pickups deliver an unmistakable rockabilly sound through a chambered mahogany body for a wide, balanced tone with full lows and clean highs. Intuitive and responsive, this Gretsch signature guitar is equipped with a Bigsby B50 vibrato tailpiece and an anchored Adjusto-Matic bridge.


Body Type: Single Cutaway Solid Body
Body wood: Mahogany
Body finish: Gloss
Neck shape: Thin U
Neck wood: Mahogany
Joint: Set-in
Scale length: 24.6"
Truss rod: Standard
Neck finish: Gloss
Fingerboard Material: Solid Other
Radius: 12"
Fret size: Medium-jumbo
Number of frets: 22
Inlays: Pearloid Custom
Nut width/material: 1.687 in./Bone
Configuration: HH
Neck: Proprietary Humbucker
Bridge: Proprietary Humbucker
Control layout: Individual volume, Individual volume, Master volume, Master tone
Pickup switch: 3-Way
Bridge type: Fixed Bridge
Tailpiece: Bigsby
Tuning machines: Die-cast
Color: Chrome
Weight: 8 lb 15 oz
Case: Sold separately


This instrument is in excellent, near mint condition played for testing purposes only. The techs found no issues and it has little to no play wear. It looks, plays and sounds great! Please see pictures for over all condition of the guitar. The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.

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We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected, set up and cleared by a certified technician. They are sent there for many reasons, including: returns, cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars serial number may be partially altered and/or replaced and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" by the authorized refurbishing center per manufacturer agreements.