ES-335 is probably the most popular semi-hollow guitar ever made. From it`s introduction in 1958, and all the way to the present day, it has been among the top choices of blues and jazz guitar players. This one comes with satin finish over the body and neck, with Transparent Black and Faded Cherry color options. Body of this gorgeous ES is semi hollow, double cut and made of maple in it`s entirety. Top panel is bound in creme and decorated with a pair of "f" holes. Tune-o-matic bridge is paired with stoptail bar and plated in chrome. '57 Classic humbuckers are installed in the front. Neck is made of a single piece of mahogany and it features '60s contour in the back. 22-fret fingerboard is marked with dot inlays and made of rosewood.
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Gibson Custom ES-335 Satin Finish 4.50 out of 5 based on 133 ratings
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