1 Ric12string 10 months ago You will recall that this guitar ended up in a thread a couple of weeks ago. However, I had understood that that guitar was somehow a special run for that retailer, Danny D's. However, I see now that the guitar is a production run Electromatic.I am baffled by why Gretsch is trying to compare the guitar to a Penguin. There is no Penguin headstock on this Pro Jet, so the silhouette of the guitar is markedly different. That would mean that every Jet should be thought of in terms of being similar to a Penguin. But, even more importantly, the suggestion that a Pro Jet offers the "classic vibe" of the Penguin seems odd to me. The Pro Jet is not even a Professional Line model; rather, it is an Electromatic model, albeit a very attractive Electromatic model. And the Penguin has always been something of a "Holy Grail" guitar to many. But, to favorably compare a Pro Jet with a Penguin has me stumped. Why not simply market it as an extremely price worthy guitar that looks tremendous and, with the Blacktop Filter'Trons, sounds great too. The great looks of this guitar should be enough to sell it on its own.Or am I missing something here?