1 Mr_Christopher 1 week ago So I have always had one primary guitar but would still play my second guitar often, and every now and then pick up my third guitar. For most of the last 15 years I have been a Tele guy with a Strat as my second, while my Gretsch lived in a closet. A couple of years ago I found this site and learned all the reasons I was frustrated with my 6119 and then went about correcting them all. After a Serpentune, new TVJ wiring harness and a pair of Duo Trons I am unable to get excited about any of my other guitars. I think the Serpentune is especially guilty because now the action is just amazing (in addition to the improved tone). I tried playing my super cool Tele tonight and just couldn't get into it, so back in the case it went. The Strat has not had any love in ages now. I thought I wanted a Pro Jet but I spent a couple of hours with a few at the shop last night and in spite of how cool they are I started asking myself do I really want to put down my 6119 to play a Pro Jet, or ANY other guitar? I still like the orange Gretsch hollow body (any model) and might get one of the affordable ones one day, but I'm not sure why other than I like they way they look. It might just collect dust though, or I might put in some single coils and enjoy having two hollow bodies with a different tone. THAT might be the ticket. Maybe. My improved 6119 has really spoiled me in that it does everything I want it to do and nothing else compares and in order to play another guitar I have to put this one down and I just don't want to put it down. I have a Martin and Guild (USA) acoustics and I have no problem putting one down for the other. But when it comes to electrics I just can't put down my Gretsch. Anyhow, I have no idea what the purpose of this post is other than to slobber over my guitar. And to think it probably lived in my closet for over a decade. Y'all like pictures so here is the guitar, my wife and daughter performing in Dallas. That is not an extra leg coming out of my backside, but a drummer who I'm blocking in the photo. Our steel player was off to the other side.