1 Witch Doctor Willy 1 week ago So, I kind of ended up adopting a G5126. It was sitting all alone in this local music shop in Texas, this place that is leaky, and drafty, and literally lets their guitars rot. It was all alone, by itself, just looking sad, so I adopted it and took it home.I love this guitar. I realize it's not top-of-the-line; I plan on getting one of those, too, but after testing this guitar against every current top-of-the-line Gretsch, it has a very, very unique sound, halfway between jazz and surf, to my ear. Anyhow, I want to upgrade the Bigsby and the whole Bigsby powertrain. It's not very tuning stable on this guitar.The process, from reading every TGP thread I could get my hands on, what I understand is;-Swap B60 for B6 or B6C, drill 1 extra screwhole for the 3-hole base -Change bridge out for a rolling or rocking bar bridge - are there any that fit the existing postholes, or would I have to change to a floating? -Change to locking tuners - optional -Change out the nut or lube the nut - when I got it set up, it got a new bone nut cut. Probably just needs lube. -Get a custom pickguard from Paul Setzer - highly necessaryAm I missing anything? Am I crazy for wanting to invest about $600 into this guitar, rather than just trading it in for a Falcon or something?