1 Proteus 1 month ago Other than serious baritones - like no more than 28.5" scale length, set neck, and at least Blacktops - ... is a doublecut junior centerblocker in the Electromatic or Pro ranges. There are junior (14"-lowerbout) singlecuts in both of those series, but the only doublecut junior is in the Streamline.I have one, gunmetal gray satin with P90s, and thoroughly approve - but it occurs to me as I play the Hagstrom Alva (yeah, 14" doublecut centerblock) that humbuckers just don't do it for me anymore. I must like the junior size and double-cutness, as this makes five of one variety or another - so it's a build I keep going back to. But for the last 15 years, the sound my inner ear wants to hear - if it's not a Fender species or P-90 something - is Gretsch. At least Filter'Trons, if not Dynas.So I'd like my number-one junior thinline doublecut to be a Gretsch. And not in exactly the same shape as the Streamliner...something that looks more like a juniored Gent doublecut.I just wonder why they've overlooked that format in the Electro and Pro Series.As it is, I guess I'll drop 'bucker-sized Filter'Trons of some sort in this one.Durn shame, that's what it is.