I sold the too-large-for-me Electromatic so I needed a red guitar - the G2655 Streamliner Centerblock Jr. Yeah, I thought about the ES-339, but I have two electric Epis and need some diversity. This came from Music123 via eBay. The original buyer returned it in almost pristine condition - one small scratch on the front and one on the back. Otherwise, it's a smooth player and the action is perfect for me. As the name states, it's a semi-hollow, smaller sized guitar. It's made in Indonesia by (I think) Samick. The four knobs are: master volume , neck vol, bridge vol, and master tone - a quirky Gretsch thing. I may give it a religious conversion from that cultish 3V 1T heresy to an orthodox 2V 2T. 22 frets, but the markers go to 17 (?). The fretboard feels pretty flat. I know it's not 7.25, but I'll measure when I change the strings. Broadtron pickups, not Filtertrons. They might have "That Great Gretsch Sound," but they have "A Kinda-Gretsch sound " I may upgrade to Gretsch Filtertrons or something, eventually. First, the pickguard had to go because it hides that gorgeous Flagstaff Sunset - it's a trans-finish, but that may not show clearly. I'm not sure the name refers to the evening sky in Flagstaff, AZ or the Sunset Crater, a vestigial volcano near Flagstaff. Regardless, anything that hides that color ought to be thrown into the nearest volcano. The strap buttons are normal - unusual for a Gretsch. You can see where the neck meets the body, so that's a little disappointing, but forgettable once you start playing. You can kinda see the trans finish here.