A member over at the GDP found this, http://www.rockland-music.de/catalogsearch/result/?q=Gretsch Upon googling I found more info, Gretsch-holds barred at NAMM 2016. Note that it is not just here to new models but a complete new range of guitars. The Streamliner series combines the flair and the sound of vintage Gretsch guitars with a modern playability. Of each model are available in both versions are available with Bigsby vibrato unit as models with a fixed bridge. Get to know lovely hollow bodies like the Gretsch G2420 Streamliner Aged Brooklyn Burst and compact Gretsch G2655T Streamliner Center Block Junior Black. Violent Hollow Bodies As the first in the series are the Gretsch G2420 and G2420T models. These are full hollowbody guitars whose top is reinforced by parallel bracing. The G2420T includes a Licensed Bigsby B60 tremolo and available in a subdued Golddust execution or in a particularly beautiful Flagstaf Sunset finish. When the G2420 in Brooklyn Burst embodiment, the Bigsby® omitted and replaced by a Gretsch tailpiece. Thick double cuts The Gretsch G2622, G2622T and G2622LH double cut models are all quite oversized. In this case, the feedback from the sound box resisted by means of a so-called center block. The G2622T is available in stylish Torino Green performance and again in the wonderful Flagstaf Sunset finish. When the G2622 with fixed bridge was chosen for a Walnut Stain finish. Also to the left-handed rocker is thought through the G2622LH. Junior Superior For whom the G2622 models are somewhat too large, the G2655 Stream Liners may be better suited. With all the flair of their larger relative, but a bit more modest in size. The G2655 is available with Bigsby B60 in the shape of the G2655T Stream Liner Walnut Stain or if the G2655T Stream Liner Black. When the G2655 without vibrato unit has been chosen for the Flagstaff Sunset Finish. Comfortable neck and stable bridge All new Stream Liners naturally have their own charm. That does not mean that the entire series has common characteristics that distinguish the models from the crowd. They have been given a modern neck with a modern U 'profile and a 12 inch radius fingerboard. Instead of the usual thin fretwire the streamliner models equipped with 22 medium jumbo frets. Where in the old models Gretsch the bridge only in its place was kept by the pressure of the strings, this is fixed at the guitars Stream Liner. This makes the intonation has improved a lot and you can also come off with peace of mind with your Bigsby tremolo. Powerful Broad'Buckers Finally, there are the Broad'Tron humbuckers, the secret weapon of the entire series. High output, with tight bass, throaty mids and crystal-clear trebles. The result of all this is a series of guitars with the timeless look of a classic Gretsch, but with a modern and enhanced playing comfort.