26 Toxophilite 2 months ago Not having actually been able to afford Gretsch guitars for very long I tend to intentionally buy fixer uppers. The ones that didn't need a reset:-64 Tennessean - needed fretboard planing/sanding to fix problem extension - 30 years ago and still fine -Early anniversary (50s?) with DeArmand in neck position. -60s Monkees Gretsch -64 thinline country club - needed new binidng - 58 Country Club - looks like it might've had a rest though hard to tell. Fine when I got it. - 67 Viking - bad bindingOnes that needed work: 65 Anniversary - needed a reset 55 Convertible - needed a rest..and then I reset the bad reset done prior to my owning it 52 Electro 2 - needed a reset More non resets than resets. The non resets being predominently electrotones perhaps supporting Afire's theory.