Greetings After reading a lot about the Nashville 6122-1959, it seems to me that this is a superb guitar, which even had some guys calling it "the best" of the pro-line. Well, today I found out that my local music store has this holy grail hanging there. I saw this guitar long time ago, but didn't really pay much attention because of the price and me being Gretsch-ignorant (until recenty). I didn't even knew the model (other than it was not a country gent) Thing is, the gold plating is totally ...rusty? You know, has not been cleaned out, not shiny anymore, you get the picture. Totally tarnished. Has tons of fingerprints all over it, the once walnut stain seems to have lost colour, maybe because of the room lights (some parts are kind of purplish) in brief, had been hanging as I recall, at least for more than a year without proper care ( I know because one of my guitars was next to it, when I bought it a year ago) I tried it today with an amp and the sound comes straight from guitar heaven. What a sound !!! Even with the rusty strings, it was full and beautiful. Only thing I didn't like that much was the fixed bigsby arm (won't go down/up) I realize this is a rare and valuable find (it is "new"), and because of the mishandling, the price is 2.2K Question for you, Oh my Gretsch elders! : Is this guitar worth the price?