When I got my slightly used 6120, it already had a Compton brass compensated bridge and it sounds and looks amazing on that guitar! And the intonation is right on, I use 11’s. I’ve had a bunch of Gretsches over the decades ( Tennys, Gents, Nashville’s... all early 60s, as well as a Guild x160 and others) with different bridges (TOM, Rocking bar, etc) but that Compton on my current 6120 is by far the best! I have never had a Tru Arc... soooo...think I need to get one for this Falcon! However, this is the first Gretsch I’ve had with a pinned bridge. In the past I always avoided pinned bridges because I liked to experiment with different string gauges and bridges, and wanted the flexibility of moving the bridge around for intonation. These days I’m content with D’Addario 11-49s, which I think is what my Falcon came with from the factory, so the pinned bridge is ok with me now! I will say that these Ray Butts pickups are already amazing in the note to note clarity, and this bird has sustain for days! And you think the Tru Arc will make it even BETTER? Wow! I’m in!