I bought used a G100CE a year or so ago. I like the way it plays, and it certainly has the right look for the vintage jazz schtick I'm into. But sometimes there is an objectionable buzz I think that is caused by the floating pickup lightly contacting the laminated top. I just ordered a Kent Armstrong "Slimbucker" that I hope will solve the buzzing, because the thinner profile will prevent any contact with the top. We'll see, though, if the KA tone will work, in comparison to the stock Gretsch "single-coil" pickup. Offhand, it looks like all I'll have to do is unscrew the stock PUP from the neck, then de-solder the wire lead. I'll resolder the same lead to the new Slimbucker, then attach it to the end of the fingerboard with wood screws. I won't even have to mess with the stock pickguard-mounted tone and volume pots. Does that sound about right? I'll appreciate any advice or insights about swapping out and replacing the stock pickup.