Epiphone Limited Edition Exclusive Run ES335 Pro Electric Guitar

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    The Epiphone ES335 Pro Electric Guitar is a new take on the legendary semi-hollowbody archtop with all the classic ES335 features, but now with Epiphone's Alnico Classic PRO pickups with coil-tapping along with the superb build quality and great sound that you've come to expect from Epiphone. Simply one of the best guitars for the price in this day and age, get the classic sound of an ES335 at an affordable price.

    Epiphone ES335 Pro Electric Guitar Features

    • 5-ply laminated maple/birch Body; 3-ply sides
    • Mahogany 1960s SlimTaper D profile Neck
    • 22 Fret, Rosewood Fingerboard
    • Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO 4-wire pickups
    • Wilkinson Vintage classic 14:1, green tulip tuners

    The original ES335 was a breakthrough guitar design when it was introduced in 1958 with its iconic archtop profile and violin inspired f-holes. The Epiphone ES335 Pro Electric Guitar brings this vintage workhorse into the future with Epiphone's Alnico Classic PRO humbuckers and coil-tapping.  The ES335 is light, loud  and brings a whole new sound to the classic archtop Jazz guitar.

    The Birth of a Rock and Roll Legend
    The original ES335 launched in 1958 and kicked off an incredible era for the legendary Gibson/Epiphone factory located in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Along with now-classic Epiphone semi-hollowbody designs like the Epiphone Riviera and the Epiphone Sheraton, the ES335 quickly gained a following among guitar players of all ages. Though perhaps the original designers of the ES335 imagined it might be preferred most by jazz players, the ES335 was quickly embraced by rock, country, and rhythm and blues guitarists in the U.S. and the United Kingdom. The original ES335 has the distinction of inspiring not only artists from the early rock and roll era but the '60s blues revival, new wave, Britpop and Americana as well. The few vintage models that have survived are high-price tag collectibles that rarely get out of a glass case. Now, the Epiphone Ltd. Ed. ES335 PRO goes one better than vintage by adding modern features along with Epiphone's superb build quality to go with that classic ES335 sound.

    The Epiphone ES335 Pro Electric Guitar is protected by Epiphone's famous Lifetime Limited Warranty featuring Gibson 24/7/365 Customer Service which guarantees the ES335 PRO from defects in materials or workmanship.

    Product Specifications
    Epiphone ES335 Pro Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Top and Back: 5-ply laminated maple/birch
    • Side: 3-ply laminated maple/birch
    • Neck: mahogany
      • Shape: 1960s SlimTaper D profile
      • Joint: glued in
    • Truss rod: adjustable
      • cover: black Kalamazoo- era bell shape with ES-335 PRO in white and white trim on the edges of the truss rod cover
    • Scale length: 24.75
    • Headstock: Sloped Dovewing with pineapple logo and 60s era Epiphone script
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
      • Radius: 12 inches
    • Frets: 22 medium jumbo
    • Neck pickup: Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO 4-wire
    • Bridge pickup: Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO 4-wire
    • Controls:
      • Epiphone all-metal 3-way pickup selector
      • Neck pickup volume with push/pull coil-tapping
      • Bridge pickup volume with push/pull coil-tapping
      • Neck pickup tone -Bridge pickup tone
    • Binding: Body top, 1-ply (cream), body back, 1-ply (cream), fingerboard, 1-ply (cream)
    • Bridge: LockTone Tune-o-matic
    • Tailpiece: StopBar
    • Nut: 1.68 inch
    • Hardware: Nickel
    • Machine Heads: Wilkinson Vintage classics, 14:1, green 'tulip' style
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  615-871-4500 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Beuford Kelley
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    Great guitar
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    This guitar is awesome. It came set up well and the intonation was spot on. Fit and finish was excellent. I bought the ebony and it sings, is it a real 335 yes in my opinion. Is it as good as a Gibson, no, but it doesn't cost $4,000. It is worth twice the asking price all day. I'm a professional guitarist and have been playing 40 years. You can play any style of music with this guitar even metal... Buy one!
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    money well $pent
    What is your opinion of this product?
    Neck setup is perfect! SOOO easy to play! Running thru a Fender Supersonic. Sounds great on either channel. The coil tap loses volume(same as rest I've tried) on single coil. Recommend RC-booster to remedy. Can play almost any music genre with a little tweaking. Pickups very clear and bright to downright nasty. Great looking guitar too. Did not like color of tuner knobs but that's my taste. The one knock I have is the F holes. Roughly cut out. Made in China ..nuff said. Nobody will notice from stage so... Easily fixed too. Gonna repeat how playable neck and string setups are! $ well spent.
    Aaron R
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    Some issues
    What is your opinion of this product?
    I really wanted to love this guitar. It looks pretty cool, though the color is much less red in person – more brown. The pickup sound pretty good, albeit a little bright, Even in humbucker mode. One minor problem the instrument had was that the F holes look like they'd been painted by a second grader. The paint was fairly inconsistent and did not have clean lines. The significant problem I had with the instrument I received was that I could not get the low E, or G strings to intimate properly. With the saddles extended until they were touching the bridge, those strings were still registering sharp. Seems that the bridge was installed about 1/8th of an inch too close to the nut. I sent it back for an exchange, we'll see how the next one is.
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