Hey Squier fam, selling my Electromatic Special Jet, a real sleeper of a guitar that Gretsch should have never discontinued. They might have been smart to do so, because it undercuts all their Pro Line Dynasonic Jets sound wise, IMHO. I think of it as a LP Special meets Duo Jet, slab mahogany body, mahogany neck. The DeArmond 2000s (NOT 2ks) are worth 200 bucks alone. It’s a great guitar that needs a good home as I have the Dyna sound covered The guitar came to me with SAE steel bushings (which chipped the paint around it) and the stock bridge. It also came with a Bakelite/garolite handmade pickguard which I reshaped and added the Gretsch logo. The original is installed right now. I also added a chrome Gretsch tailpiece, which can be removed to return to the wraparound bridge. I’m throwing in the Faber aluminum wraparound, which I notched for a Bigsby at one point. The bridge is locked down with TonePros studs. There is a noticeable chip on the upper bout, and some minor wear here and there. Full disclosure, the Bigsby made a slight impression on the top from use, but it’s barely visible. The controls were also modded when I got it, I installed a 500k volume and 250k tone (quality components), with a 50s Les Paul Junior-style wiring. I think this makes it more versatile. The pickups are set-up nice and close to 11 gauge strings—it’s very raunchy, and the controls very interactive. Sounds like a Tele-Jet hybrid. 300 plus shipping, CONUS only, includes the G-plate, TonePros studs, Faber bridge, original bridge, Bakelite pickguard.