did i mention the tone.
What is your overall opinion of this product?
Well I have to say after much consideration I bit the bullet and made the big buy. First, all other reviews were upset with the volume and tone pots, mine are useful through their full range which I was concerned about when I ordered it. Next fit and finish this is a stunning guitar Gibby never stops surprising me with how their guitars look, the vos was tastefully done. the action a touch high for me but as a slide will come into play at times I left it for now. The tone well it is just sweet n grindy bright and crisp on the bridge deep like a well in the neck both P/U'S Ouch! I would say if you are torn between this model and a 2014 plus top model the deciding factor has to be the VOS finish. Do you want shiny n glossy or aged if aged then this is the one or you could spend your money on something constructive and responsible I guess.
Back to the Glory years!
By: Doug M.
Your general opinion of this product.
With Gibson, you sometimes wonder if they are really trying to produce a product to return to the standards of their 'glory years,' or if they have just become completely caught up in cosmetics. Based on my new 50th Anniversary 1963 ES335, I have to believe that they are honestly trying to offer the finest quality product possible. I thought about buying a reissue block neck 335 a couple of years ago. I'm very pleased that I waited. There are just SO MANY things Gibson got right on this guitar. Yes, it's looks great, but it sounds wonderful- and it's not even broken in yet.
Well worth the money
By: Pat Walker from Fort Worth, Texas USA