1 giffenf 2 months ago It all started Friday morning. I went in to work for the last time to turn in my laptop, badges, and company AmEx card. The HR Manager was late (she's getting laid off tomorrow), and there were a bunch of us last-day folks hanging around waiting to turn in our stuff and move on with our lives. So I plugged in said laptop one last time and signed off my time sheet one last time. I looked at my accrued vacation days (for which they were to be paying me that day), and saw I'd built up one more week than I'd thought. Hmm, wonder what that works out to in dollars. Checked my direct deposit (it was payday). Holy crap, that's some money I wasn't expecting, and you know what that means. Let's surf the web and wait for HR to show up. The Hollywood GC would be on my way home, let's look at their used stuff. Ooh, a used Guild X-165 Rockabilly, in orange, and a not-bad price. I had one and sold it, and wanted it back. OK, what else, a few more odds and ends of interest, so I stopped by. Not only did they have the Guild, they had a pre-FMIC 6120 in fine shape for the same price, and a sizable number of new Gretsches at...GC prices. OK, fine, let's try them all. The Guild was a little disappointing. And it didn't come with a case, and they wouldn't haggle on the price. The Gretsches were OK, but the one I wanted to like the most, the Players Edition White Falcon (and the black one, too, they had one of each), just didn't sound, play, or feel like what they were asking, and I thought "Maybe TrueTone still has that Golden Era Falcon I'd tried there a few weeks ago, and maybe they'd make me a deal." So I left.Went over to TrueTone, the Falcon had sold. Fine, what else do they have? A Hot Rod, an Anniversary, a Duane Eddy, and a..what? A G6120-BSNV-LOR? What in blazes is that? 6120, OK, Brian Setzer, that's the BS, "NV?" What, was this made in Nevada? I dunno. "LOR?" Lacquer, ornage, I'm guessing. Let's plug 'er in. Ooh, nice. No, really nice, maybe even nicer than that. That neck, Setzer signature pickups, trestle bracing, lacquer finish, it all worked together very well. Made in 2015. Well, if it's been around that long, maybe they'd like to make me a deal to sell it.... They did. I'll finally have to sell those guitars I've been meaning to sell to cover some of it, but this is the sound and the feel that was missing from all those other ones I tried.Couldn't find any information about this specific model online, but I bought it anyway.