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Gibson ES-175 Reissue Electric Guitar

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The ES-175 debuted in 1949. With a comfortable body size and stylish pointed cutaway, it quickly became the most popular guitar of the jazz world. Th...Click To Read More About This Product

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Smooth, elegant, and sophisticated.

The ES-175 debuted in 1949. With a comfortable body size and stylish pointed cutaway, it quickly became the most popular guitar of the jazz world. The transparent finish on a laminated maple body always reminds you that you're touching wood. Binding on the top, back, and fretboard, combined with a trapeze tailpiece and parallelogram fretboard inlays, provides a big touch of class. Traditional Gibson design and 2 '57 Classic humbuckers dish out huge helpings of tone. Includes hardshell case.

Laminated maple body
Rosewood fingerboard
Parallelogram inlays
24-3/4" scale
1-11/16" nut width
Top, back, and fingerboard binding
ABR bridge and trapeze tailpiece
'57 Classic humbucker pickups

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Yeah sure

By Zachmunk

from NYC

I brought this guitar brand new and think this guitar is really over-priced. my guitar has a very sticky finish on the neck (noticeable after playing for a while), the nickel plating tarnishes too easily and the over-all sound is not that great. I recommend buying a 52 reissue Telecaster if you want a good sounding guitar and play Jazz. Save your money!


Very good baby brother to the 775


from Miami Springs, Florida

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I owned this guitar's big brother, the 775, which had real ebony volume and tone knobs, an ebony fret board, multi-ply abalone binding front and back on the body, fret board and peg head, plus it was made with 75-year-old wood. In a word, it was perfect. This 175 is almost as good, that's why I only gave it an 8. This guitar has a very smooth action, not as smooth as my ebony 775, but it's close. Just be careful if you play through a very powerful amp, like I do. it will feed back something fierce if you get too close. Don't laugh, it sounds awesome through a Marshall Mode 4.


The product folow all the specs of the original


from Chicago, IL.

The price, well..., it's obvious we all complaint because it's too price, but in this present times, quality is more expensive than ever.

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