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    Gibson 2016 1959 ES335TD Semi Hollow Electric Guitar with Case

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    Product Description

    One of the smoothest playing guitars of that era, the 1959 ES-335TD has true historic body and neck construction. The ES-335 evolved quickly in its first few years of existence, and the 1959 ES-335TD represents the second stage of this seminal semi. The addition of a bound fingerboard (with rolled binding for a soft playing feel, joins other historically correct details such as the correct Mickey Mouse ears body shape, hot hide glue neck and body construction, 45-degree bevel on the plastics, correct fret wire, matched potentiometer sets and much more, all cranked through a great set of MHS humbuckers for true PAF-like tone.

    Gibson 2016 1959 ES335TD Semi Hollow Electric Guitar with Case

    • Correct '59 shape with Mickey Mouse ears
    • Bound rosewood with dot inlays
    • Matched 550k potentiometers
    • Historic body and neck construction
    • Tubeless Historic truss rod
    • MHS humbuckers
    • Period-correct .100” x .045” fret wire
    • Hardshell case included

    Product Specifications
    Gibson 2016 1959 ES335TD Semi Hollow Guitar with Case Specifications
    • Body: 1959 ES (Semi-Hollow)
    • Top and Back: Maple, Poplar, Maple
    • Neck: Mahogany
    • Truss Rod: Historic
    • Thickness at Fret 1: 22.86 mm / .900"
    • Thickness at Fret 12: 25.40 mm / 1.000"
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Fingerboard inlays: Dot
    • Bridge: No Wire ABR
    • Bridge Pickup: MHS Pickups
    • Neck Pickup: MHS Pickups
    • Knobs: Gold Top Hats
    • Finish: VOS finish
    • - Hardshell case: Included
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  800-444-2766 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime
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