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The 6122 Country gentleman guitar, had some pickguards with Chet Atkins signature how can I find out how many signed guards there where

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Your best bet would be to contact Gretsch Consumer Service, which is the same numbers as Fender. https://gretschguitars.com/support/contact.php

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