Keith Scott is interviewed in this month's Vintage Guitar. I had assumed he was a regular Gretsch player, but his main guitar with Bryan Adams is a Strat. A 6120 appeared only in the video for one song, it wasn't even played on the recording. He paints Fred Gretsch as desperate to get some attention for Gretsch, showing up backstage with a handful of guitars for Scott to choose from. He chose a 12 string and a 6120. Work commenced on the signature model. Scott rarely used it, "only odd ball things," never recording with it, until the last few years when he's done some work for others. He immediately replaced the Dynas with Filters. He still owns a few Gretsch guitars and amps. Not a dyed in the wool Gretsch player.