No, not covid-19, at least for now, but the Gretsch bug. I have all the other iconic guitars, strat, tele, Les Paul, and my latest acquisition, an ES-335 clone, an Eastman T166sx with solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides. The tone I get out of this is incredible. I was a bluegrass player back in the day, but the last few years I've been finally digging into electric guitar, blues, rock, rockabilly, and jazz. Given the dizzying array of Gretsch models, I've kind of narrowed my search down to a used Tennessee Rose with filterons and open f holes as a compromise between price and build quality. I've found a 1994 in "excellent" condition and a 2015 also in very good condition that has been refretted with jumbos. Any thoughts on this comparison?