2002 Gibson ES-335

  • Since the invention of the hollow body electric guitar, players have struggled with feedback. At least they did up until 1958 when Gibson came out with the ES-335, which was one of the first mainstream production semi-hollow guitars. It featured a thinner body with solid center block, solving feedback while preserving the warmth and depth of a hollow body.


    This particular model is a standard 335 with a deep cherry finish over a flamed maple top. It also features grovers and Seymour Duncan Antiquity pickups that give it a quieter and brighter sound than many 335s; you can push your amp a little harder without losing the tone of these pickups. The aged nickel pickup covers and tuners give this guitar a great vintage look to it adding some mystery to its past.


    Finish: Cherry Red

    Body Material: Maple

    Body Details: Double-cutaway, semi-hollow

    Neck Material: Mahogany

    Weight: 8.3lb

    Fingerboard Material: Rosewood

    Neck Profile: Thick C 

    Neck Thickness: 26mm

    Fingerboard Radius: 12”

    Nut Width: 43mm

    Neck Details: Straight, clean finish, medium jumbo frets, dot inlays

    Electronics: Gibson humbuckers

    Hardware: Silver

    Modifications / Repairs: All original

    Case: Original hard shell case


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Miami, FL 33127

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