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  1. Hi All - I'm looking for a clean 2018 Metallic Top Es-335 in Rose. Let me know if you have one you'd be willing to sell or trade?
  2. Hey everyone! I’m new to the forum here, and I just picked up a 1998 Gibson ES-335 63 RI Historic Made in Nashville. It’s a natural finish with dark mahogany neck and full fretboard inlays. I was wondering if anyone had any information on these guitars? I can’t really seem to find too much about them, and do t see any for sale online that contain worth while information. What I do know is that these were built in Nashville, I think from 98-01 by the custom shop historic team, but other than that, I don’t know much about it. I’m curious as to how many were made, fi
  3. I am in a "gear desert" where I live. My question could easily be solved by picking up the guitar in question, which is a Gibson ES 335. I am exploring this potential new guitar purchase remotely. I have a question about 335's but it also involves a question about the only Gibson guitar that I own, which is a 2019 Les Paul HP. The nut of the 2019 Les Paul HP is 1.745" and end of board width of 2.31". The width of the neck of my 2019 Gibson Les Paul HP seems to taper quite wide as you get towards the 12th fret (i.e, from 9th fret upwards
  4. Hi friends! Current Strat and Tele owner here - love them for their cleans, and occasionally overdrive them, but I've been looking over my shoulder at Epiphones/Gibson's for years to get an overdriven tone I'd love. I grew up on 90s punk rock, Marshall+Les Paul bright/present/high gain sound. I once had such a set up, but had to sell the rock and roll gear when my kid was born 8 years ago out of financial necessity. Well, I've been a good boy and taken care of our finances for a while, so I'm looking at rebuilding my rock gear stash. So I've been shopping and watching lots of YouTube
  5. I'm looking to buy a 2011 ES-335TD Dot Cherry and it is being billed as a custom. The serial number, 13431712 seems to indicate that is is not a custom. Seller says that he is the original owner and has the certificate of authenticity. What do you guys think?
  6. Hi everyone! I'm going to purchase a second-hand ES 335, so I went try some and I came across this curious circumstance: this guitar is sold as '99 ES 335, the internal label is yellow with handwritten serial and model, BUT it's not stated anywhere that it's a "335" (only "ESDT"). I made some search on the web but not found any information about this marking or 'incomplete' labelling. Could someone explain it please? Wondering if it could be a (excellent) fake. Thank you all, Maurizio
  7. Hello Everyone, I'm a self taught guitar tech and a huge Epi ES-xxx Fan. My passion is to take certain model Epiphones and make them into their full potential. The payoff is huge and the cost is modest.
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