Hi- First post... I own a few guitars, gig quite a bit, record, etc. in a few different original bands. My main two recently, for my alt country/rock band and my old school country band are, respectively, a '58 reissue Gibson ES-335 with Lollartrons, and a G6120-1959LTV. Both nice instruments, but recently I have found I much prefer the sound of the Gretsch in the rock band. However, the fret access is problematic, and the body size isn't my favorite for the different style of playing. So, I have been looking at the newer center block Gretsch guitars - namely the Broadkaster G6609TG, and wondering if (likely with a pickup switch to TV Jones Classics) those models might be a better fit for me than the 335. Curious if Broadkaster owners might have some insight - it is hard for me to play any of these since I live in Wyoming. Curious if the laminate used is as thin as that on the 6120, and how resonant these guitars are when compared to a 335. How much difference the chambered spruce vs maple is making, and how much big body sound is retained. Seems the newer DC center block falcon has the same construction, as does the 6620. Also curious if anyone has experience with both these direct bridge mount center block guitars vs recent models that retain the floating bridge. Thanks in advance!