1 ThePolecats 2 months ago I didn’t receive this as a Christmas Present but bought it myself but tis the season and it just so happened I got this during the Christmas Season, so I might just consider it as a Christmas Gift to myself. I once had a Country Club with Dynas, the ones that were made about 2005 but weren't really in any literature, so it existed but didn't. It was a great guitar. My understanding was that these had solid top. This was about 10 years ago I sold it but was having some seller's regret many years later. Recently I have been thinking that I loved that guitar and loved Dynas. P90s are my favorite but I also love Dynas and have a P90 archtop already and have had many in the past so I wanted another Dyna model. So as long as I found any Gretsch with Dynas that was reasonably priced and I liked then I'd get it. It could have been a Club, a Jet, or in this case a 6120. I just didn't expect to get one so soon. So on the Guitar Center website I see this one for $1,620 at a GC about 20 miles from my home. I check it out on Nov 21st and put it on layaway then go back last Thursday and pick it up. Decided to use my GC credit card with 0% interest for 6 months. I could buy it outright if I want to but I figured why not just take advantage of no interest for 6 months. The guitar was pretty much mint. In a photo I am posting of the headstock it appears to maybe have some scratches on the headstoock, I think from previous string changes, but looking at it in person you don't notice, only in the pics. It came with original case. "Case Candy" I think it's called. The OK card, manual and other paperwork. Also an extra Bigsby spring, the truss rod adjustment tool, and something else that I forget at the moment. I really like it. The guitar acoustically is very lively and tone-full. The serial # starts off as JT06 so it's a Fender era Gretsch made in 2006 at Terada. I am not sure if they went to 3 ply top by then or if it is 5 ply but just from the sound alone and the liveliness I can only believe it is a 3 ply. Oddly enough the pickguard says "Chet Atkins" even though I was led to believe that Chet Atkins rejoined Gretsch in 2008, or should I say his estate. If that's the case then the previous owner must have purchased a Chet Atkins pickguard and replaced it and didn't change it back when he sold it to GC. Or maybe I am wrong, maybe Atkins was brought back in, in 2006?