Hello I have been out for a time... I had a 6120-KS, the keith Scott Signature. Loved that guitar but was too fancy and golden for the life I was giving her. I am a player, punk-rocker, Pub-rocker, psychobilly sometimes and this was too fancy for me. This is it in her gorgeous magnificence: Well nomatter why I sold it. Stepped from the Dynas 6120 to a Gibson Les Paul with P90s and been using it for two years... ... BUT yesterday I was walking with my Gibson and just came across a friend who has a buy-sell guitar shop, let's have a cigarette, some talk and went to his shop with the Gibson and there she was in the wall... Oh, nice Gretsch, can I grab it? sure mate... can I plug it? sure mate... End of History... I came in with the Gibson hardcase and went out with a Gretsch hardcase. OK, I will talk a bit about it. Is a 1990 6120 due the serial number, that's it. Is pre Fender, I know. No binding problem and is the most resonant unplugged electric guitar (even other Gretsches) I have ever tried. Some pics: Well... after my Les Paul I find the neck a bit thin, but ALL necks will be thinner than my Les Paul It has some things... There is a kinda Autograph or signature, some Name I don't recognise, a 2001 or 7 or 5 and two dices... there is a shade like somebody signed this with a marker. I will try to clean that **** off my guitar nevertheless. No autograph will give it any more value (TO ME) than how it plays and sounds. And I have no clue or proof it has not been any drunk owner or worse Well... The bridge is pinned witch I like, I am a hard strummer I was going to do it anyway. Well, for you Gretsch aficionados, enthusiast and deep knowledge owner I would like to make you a couple of questions.... FIRST: I think pickups are new for a 30 years guitar or it has not been played (it has been due the fret wear). Are these the original pickups? I think they are the ceramic old ones. But the owner maybe used some TVJones thing that swapped before selling... To me are too new and gold is too shiny... what do you think? I will erase that gold in two weeks of playing And SECOND: This pickguard is not the original, isn't it? It should be a golden one I believe... I am thinking on painting it gold undeneath. Just get a "mate gold spray" and apply it. Can it be done and look good? Well... I love it so far (so far just one day). The only cons I find are the thin low vintage specs frets. Theese are in a good condition but in some time, when some fretwork would be needed I will swap them for mediumjumbo or jumbos with I like much more. So far I will just play the hell outta it, break strings and picks and cover her of sweat, beer, smoke and rock'n'roll I am back dudes!!