1 Baba Joe 2 weeks ago I posted a thread a few months ago about winning a G2655TGP90 Limited Edition Riviera Blue Satin Streamliner at Nashville. Good guitar, so why not make it better?It all started with Senojnad telling me about how happy he is with a BricksBiggsFix tuning stabilizer bar on his Broadcaster Jr.. So I got one along with their squishy spring because the Bigsby was a bit stiff. I then questioned Proteus about Serpentunes and bought a brass one.I am of the firm opinion that Streamliners are fantastic modding platforms. What would make the biggest impact? Pickups. The stock ones are okay and, I think, are designed to lure newbies to the Gretschdom. Already being firmly established in all things Gretsch, I simply wanted to make the guitar better reach its potential.Next stop - Old School Guitars where Curt, a TVJ dealer, ordered and installed Supertron neck and T90 bridge pickups. It required a little surgery and was well worth it.I was looking for something to compliment but not quite replicate while still retaining the original spirit of the guitar. The Gretsch G6115T LTD 15 Red Betty fit the bill with a High Sensitive Filter’Tron neck pickup and a Seymour Duncan P 90 bridge pickup.Hence the name The Blue Barney. I don’t think it can get any better. Thanks to Senojnad, Proteus and especially Curt (and Bigsby condom guy Frank). This is a great guitar!