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Monday, August 13, 2012

1964 GIBSON ES-335



via this auction where you'll find more pics.
gearlicious (RSS)

"An exceptional example of a Gibson semi-hollowbody from the early 60s. This guitar is in a stunning Cherry finish and has seen the lions share of modern music since its assembly in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It's been wonderfully preserved and looks even more stunning today. This model has been used on countless recordings and has been seen on stage with hundreds of bands and is quite simply one of the most iconic guitars, in looks and sound, that has ever existed. This is a chance to own an exceptionally beautiful vintage instrument that has improved with age and will continue to do so for decades to come.

Features:

Body
Maple

Top
Maple

Neck/Fingerboard
-Mahogany Neck
-Rosewood Fingerboard

Hardware
Nickel

Pickups
Original Gibson Pat No. Pickups

Scale Length
24 3/4"

Nut Width
1 11/16"

Weight
8.85 lbs.

Modifications
-Original "Custom Made" plate has been removed and stop-tail bridge pieces placed in the original holes. Extremely easy stop-tail conversion or rock it with the Bigsby on!

Case
Includes original Gibson hard shell case"


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