The 1953 Gretsch Electro II 6192 was Gretsch’s answer to the Gibson L-5. It was their top-of-the-line archtop. In 1954 it became the Country Club, and 1953 was the final year that they used all solid woods: maple back, sides, neck, and spruce top. It has two D’Armond Dynasonic pickups with two volume knobs and a master tone.
You can see from the photos that it has been played a lot. However, it’s very solid and plays really well.