Here at last! I bought it a couple of months ago. It's a rocking bar bridge I found on an italian website, coming from a pre FMIC Western 6120, that the guy stated was an '89 like my Nashville. He sold the guitar with a Compton replacement, so this he put the original bridge on the market and I grabbed it for cheap (around 40 euros, all included). It's been a bit of a bet as I didn't know my neck radius and if could match the bridge radius, but I imagined that, coming from the same year of production, the two may match. My guitar tech installed it last week and I've already tested it on the road (I had a gig last saturday, with a band that plays Neil Young covers). It felt good and sounded good. No extra noises added (like in my old stock roller bridge), especially on the high E that was the string who suffered most from the rollers (everytime you played it there was a sort of "slapping" sound along with the note), and I felt that a bit of extra sustain and note clarity has been added. So good! P.s. Tip for the guys who wants to play Neil Young-sounding solos on a Gretsch: you need one of those 80's Deluxe Memory Man (and a big single coil pickup, like a De Armond or a P90)... man, those things have a pre circuit that can really boost your signal... It's like having a boost and a delay together in a pedal. I played the whole gig with just my Wampler Black '65 always on (my main amp has a very good built in reverb) and that pedal alone for solos. Sweet!