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Gibson Custom ES-335 Dot Limited Run Electric Guitar with P-90s
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The Gibson ES-335 has always been about the most versatile guitar you can get your hands on. For jazz, blues, or rock, this beauty has a sweet sound ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Gibson ES-335 has always been about the most versatile guitar you can get your hands on. For jazz, blues, or rock, this beauty has a sweet sound you won't find elsewhere. With this limited edition, the Gibson Custom Shop has added a bit more bite by equipping it with P-90 single coil pickups. Known for their high output and amazing "look at me when I talk to you" treble response, P-90s make this ES-335 perfect for guitarists that like to be able to go from jangle-pop and jazz to full-blown, stadium-sized alt-rock and back again.
The ES-335 guitar also features a thin tapered 1960s neck and rosewood fingerboard (24-3/4" scale), body/neck binding, nickel-plated hardware with Grover heads, Tune-O-Matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, separate volume and tone controls, and a 3-way switch.
- Classic semi-hollowbody design
- Dual P-90 pickups
- Thin tapered '60s neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Nickel hardware
- Grover tuners
- Tune-O-Matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece
- Separate volume and tone controls with 3-way switch
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A friend let me use this guitar at a 2 hour worship session we were playing. I was really wasn't sure about the guitar at first b/c it had p-90s in it instead of humbuckers. I was surprise to see that it actually had a pretty warm sound yet it was still cool. The only problem i had was that the strings were to light for my preference and i don't like pickguards on my Gibsons. But overall that it was an amazing guitar.
I've always been a Strat man, but this guitar is slowly changing that. I picked this one up a couple of weeks ago after trying one out. Through my Fender Twin, the ES-335 sounds full with tons of sustain. I find that the Strat sits in its case a bit more often now. Craftsmanship is excellent, and it played quite nicely right out of the box (I've done a few minor adjustments, but that's to be expected with any guitar). The P-90s are hotter than single coils but more raw than humbuckers, and give this guitar a truly unique sound. If you have the cash and are looking for a great ES-335, ditch the 'buckers and go for this one!