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    Gibson Memphis ES335 12-String Electric Guitar with Case

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    Product Description

    The Gibson Memphis ES335 12-String Electric Guitar is a remarkable creation by Gibson Memphis, combining glorious 12-string chime with the voicing of the semi-hollow body of the ES335 design! This guitar sounds like no other twelve string before. BurstBucker 1 and 2 pickups with coil splitting via push/pull pots are perfect for the 12-string design, yielding great chime and vintage warmth and bite. The Gibson ES335 12 string also features 60’s style block inlays to complete the vintage look.

    Gibson Memphis ES335 12-String Electric Guitar Features

    • 100 percent American made in Memphis, TN
    • 1961 Style ES-335 Body Construction
    • Comfortable neck, 1.75 in. at the nut
    • Burst Bucker 1 and 2 pickups to get that ‘Jangly’ 12 String Sound with Splittable Coils via Push/Pull pots
    • Vintage look with 60's styled inlays
    • Gold with silver insert knobs
    • Hardshell case

    Product Specifications
    100% American made in Memphis, TN1961 Style ES-335 Body ConstructionComfortable neck, 1.75" at the nutBurst Bucker 1 and 2 pickups to get that "Jangly" 12 String Sound with Splittable Coils via Push/Pull potsVintage look with 60's styled inlaysGold w/silver insert knobsHardshell caseFinishes: Vintage Sunburst Vintage Gloss and Antique Cherry Vintage Gloss
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
    Rickenvoxster
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    The near perfect electric 12 string!
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    The Gibson ES-335/12 is the near perfect electric 12 string. You can't quite get that single coil Rickenbacker chime out of the single coil taps and the 335/12 is noticeably headstock heavy to a Rick (but not overly so). However, the ES-335/12's playability makes up for that. I've had a modern Rick 360/12 (neck too narrow). Also a Rick 660/12 with the wider 44 mm neck like this 335/12 but that is a solid body with a different tone to a semi-hollow. My Rick 360/12 V64 would have been the quintessential 12 if it had this Gibson's wider neck. The whole package of this modern ES-335/12 with it's wider neck to the vintage 335/12 versions plus it's single coil/humbucker push pull pots makes it a very versatile, fun and easy guitar to play. Highly recommended!
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    Terry
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    This guitar is awesome!
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    Bought this guitar a little over a year ago and I still am awestruck every time I hold and play it. Have changed the strings to Elixer's and it plays like a dream. Have had to have a truss rod adjustment. Other than that, no problems.
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    Ezra Bounds from Texas, USA
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    Very Nice Guitar
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    I debated long and hard over the finish options and decided on Sunburst.As a kid I had a '66 Cherry 335. I wanted an electric 12 string for use in the studio. I sold a Phantom 12 String last year that was a good guitar. Narrowed down my choices to the 335 or a Rick 360/12. The Rick is an iconic American guitar, but I decided upon the 335 for a couple of reasons. The neck width on the 335 is 1.75 at the first fret so chords in the first 3 frets are not crowded for me as it was on my Phantom or a Rick. I spoke to two seasoned repair guys and they liked both guitars but gave the nod to the 335 for ease in changing strings and set up and adjustments. They told me, as did Gibson... That as long as I stay with the recommended string gauges I can safely tune to A440. And that people tend to hang onto the Gibson's. So I went to Gbase and found 28 Ricks for sale and 5 335's. It did need a set up when I got it.Easy to play and very resonate.
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