Just wanted to thank everyone, particularly Brad for all the Gretsch info.
In the past I bought and later sold a late 60's Anniversary and a Baldwin era Country Gent.
Saw a used Japanese 6120 in a friends store recently and started to bite, but not in time.
That's what prompted the OP.
A bit later found a pre FMIC 6022 at GC for a decent price and decided to go with it.
They had it marked as an 85 but as Brad pointed out in a PM, they weren't really making guitars in 85.
Turned out to be a 91. Having it set up now at a local shop.
Single cut, no back pad, real F-holes, no mud switch. Master vol, separate pickup volumes and a tone POT.
Hope the set up turns out OK. Every Gretsch I've ever played just felt strange, OR not like a Fender or a Gibson.
This isn't it, but is a dead ringer: