I asked this over at Gretsch-Talk and got a limited response so I thought I would try here since I know a lot of you like the "other twang" of Gretsches. My options: a used 5422, non-pinned bridge. All else stock. Assuming there are no issues, this would be a good buy under 1K w/case (in Canada). Or, a new (2019/2020) Electromatic with the smaller headstock, secured bridge, treble bleed, and "Electromatic" writing relocated on the pickguard. Retail here is $1,200 + tax, no case. It was brought to my attention that the smaller headstock might improve tuning stability due to the less severe break angle at the nut. I guess I am also wondering whether the quality is the same or better than the mid-2010 models. I can't go to a store and try one out due to Covid, so I would likely be ordering blindly. Any thoughts on current versus recent Korean production 5422 Electromatics? Any help would be great as there is a clock ticking on one or more purchase decisions. Thanks!