I would like to discuss the Silvertone reissues. I love them myself. But mostly on the websites and Facebook clubs, they get overlooked. The new ones are hard to come by. And they have the Dearmond pickups recreated by the grandson. Sometimes I hear I can't buy them because of the name on the headstock and the fact they are always associated with Sears. I hated those guitars back then I just can't. I say get over it. The offset looks so cool. And The Andy Griffith Show had an episode named A Singer In Town. The guy that played in By By Birdy acted like he played one. His character owned one. But his hands never got close to the strings. It looked so cool to me growing up. The originals are too expensive and are not worth it. But the reissues both models with different pickups are great. The problem is the company has Samick make them. And Samick guitars are amazing at any price. It is just they are hard to find. Very few stores carried them. And most of the time you have to buy them online. And again they are hard to find. And my family hates ordering online. And always stops me from ordering too. They run that mouth. The offset is made 100 times better than the original. And has a real Bisgby. It has that classic look. The Jupiter is also a great reissue. Both models. The Dearmond pickup model kicks butt. It also has the famous blender switch. But sadly it gets overlooked. The Danelectro reissue style is not the cheap masonite and plywood. It is mahogany and has that ugly headstock. But is 10 times better made than the Danelectro. because of the wood, it uses. But it also gets overlooked. The local shops they do not carry them. Guitar Center either. Online retailers, they are sold out. Why were they hard to come by? And why are they overlooked? They are under 500 dollars and really affordable? They are the workhorse of a guitar. And do you personally think since they were associated with Sears that the connection is a big turn off to most people?