The first (and last) few pages of the 1965 Gretsch brochure are in full color print. By page 5, the brochure changes to two-color print, and although the finest Gretsch guitars appear in the color section, there are plenty of very fine instruments in the rest of the catalog. The majority of Gretsch hollow bodies can be regarded as thinlines - typically having a 2" body depth. The two jazz models on this page are both deeper than the other Gretsch guitars, just 2 3/4" for the Country Club, but a full 3 1/8" for the Sal Salvador.
The County Club is also listed as available in "Super Project-O-Sonic Stereo", and with optional Bigsby tremolo, though the prices of these upgrades are not given.
Both of these single cutaway archtops are beautifully built, with gold hardware. The Sal Salvador has a carved top and back. The single pickup Sal Salvador PX6199 is listed at $600; The list price of the dual pickup Country Club depends on finish: Shaded Golden Sunburst PX6192 is $475, whilst model PX6193, in clear Natural finish is $495.