This "Gretsch" reso guitar was a prototype of the G9220 model, built by the then-head luthier at Gretsch Donnie Wade. While we don't have documentation to this effect, the lack of the headstock logo, lack of serial number, and overall quality of the instrument would lead us to believe this is the case. It features a laminate mahogany body, mahogany neck, vintage semi-gloss finish, 25" scale, and 1.75" nut width. The tuners and resonator itself are much nicer than what is found on the production models, and the neck is a more rounded, even-tapered profile compared to the production model's medium "V". Cosmetically the instrument is in very nice shape, with virtually no fret wear. Comes in a hard-sided gig bag.