1 Joseph 1 week ago Hello folks. I'm trying to decide on my first Proline and have a few questions.I have an Electromatic G5420T in Fairlane Blue, which I love, and have an Electromatic G5220 Jet on the way but I've got some questions about the Player's Edition Tennessee Rose and the Player's Edition Nashville...Going side by side on the Gretsch site, looking at the specs, they honestly seem very, very close. Same neck measurements, same High Sensitive Filter'Tron pickups... everything seems identical except the 6119 has rosewood for the fretboard and bridge base and the 6120 has ebony for both. Beyond that, the only differences seem to be cosmetic, the colour of the body and headstock and the hardware with the 6120 being gold hardware.Oh, the 6119 has a B6CP while the 6120 has a B6GP Bigsby... could someone tell me the difference there?Is that really what it boils down too, cosmetics and model name/number?I'd be happy with both. Part of me would love that classic Gretsch orange look while part of me has always wanted the cherry red Tennessee Rose. And as I'm at least 90% likely to get a Tru Arc bridge based on what I've been reading online... I'm leaning a little towards the Tennessee Rose simply because a stainless steel bridge would match better with nickle than gold hardware.It's not an immediate purchase, it'll likely be a Christmas present to myself and unfortunately stores here don't stock either. If you want it, you order it, so I can't do a side-by-side comparison but being a Gretsch fan since I was a kid, and watching Wildwood guitars videos as part of my model research, I know what to expect soundwise. Oh... one last question. Since the purchase is a few months off I don't want to bother him with an email but does Tim ship bridges to Canada?Thanks.