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Gibson ES 347 - The Red-Headed Stepchild of the Gibson Line?


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I have a 1979 "Road warrior" It's been gigged, used hard, pups and frets replaced has finish checking, buckle rash, git hanger marks and some other general ugliness and I wouldn't trade it for anything.

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My love was my 78 347 ES Artist, Studio Edition with active electronics. Sunburst, brass nut and all. Sustain was unreal and the tone, Lucille can’t match. Especially loved the tune-o-matic  bridge for fine tune during play. Lost it in the early 80s (sigh) have never seen another one and can find no info on the Studio Edition. Any leads y’all?

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1 hour ago, ByDdon said:

My love was my 78 347 ES Artist, Studio Edition with active electronics. Sunburst, brass nut and all. Sustain was unreal and the tone, Lucille can’t match. Especially loved the tune-o-matic  bridge for fine tune during play. Lost it in the early 80s (sigh) have never seen another one and can find no info on the Studio Edition. Any leads y’all?

https://www.es-335.com/2012/07/09/es-artist/

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