Thank you. The original bindings and neck angle on my Country Gentleman are perfect. I bought it at Gruhn Guitars in 1992. I already had a 1967 Country Gentleman (Baldwin era) which I purchased from them five years earlier. Both were checked out by my luthier, Mark Simon. Being a luthier too, you might recognize the name. He gave them both a "clean bill of health." They needed no set up or adjustment of any kind. The only thing I asked Mark to do was to replace the roller bridges with Gibson Tunomatic bridges; ebony for the 1963 and rosewood for the 1967 to match the fretboards, both completely reversible modifications. You probably noticed this on the picture I posted. I really like the old Gretsch guitars too. I'm sure you'll find the right Eddie Cochran model.
Mine is the early 1963 model with two Filtertrons rather than the Filtertron and Supertron. My 1967 has two Filtertrons and a single mute.
That's my 1963 Vibroverb Reissue amp. I bought that amplifier about the same time I bought my 1963 Gent.