Epiphone ES333 Tom Delonge Signature Electric Guitar

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The Epiphone Tom DeLonge Signature ES-333 Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar is the signature model of Tom DeLonge of Blink 182 and Angels & Airwaves fame, making this axe is the perfect weapon to carry into the battlefields of pop punk. When DeLonge appeared in 2003 with a new signature model, there were two questions on the lips of every punk fan around the world.

What the hell is that? And how the hell do I get one?

As it turned out, DeLonge was rocking his new Gibson ES-333 – a customized version of the company’s classic semi-hollow design, finished in retro paint, and equipped with one Dirty Fingers humbucker and a single volume control for maximum punk kudos. With DeLonge hailed as the most exciting guitarist of the new millennium, it was no surprise when his ES-333 went into production as a Gibson signature model, complete with all the premium features demanded by the man himself.

Everybody knows that Epiphone is the only luthier licensed to build official versions of Gibson models. And at the 2008 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, punk fans were in for the thrill of their lives, as the Tom DeLonge ES-333 made its world debut with Epiphone’s name on the headstock. It’s got the same cool vibe. It’s got the same great features. And if you loved All The Small Things, you’ll love the small price.

The Epiphone Tom DeLonge ES-333 is a stunner from top to toe. As specified by the Blink 182 legend, you’ve got a cutaway maple and birch body with twin f-holes, finished in brown with a cool racing stripe. There’s a set mahogany neck with Slim-Taper profile, so you can pull off the lightning-fast rhythm work that is DeLonge’s specialty, and a smooth rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium-jumbo frets. When it comes to hardware, meanwhile, you won’t find anything more reliable than the die-cast Grover tuners and the combination of a LockTone tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece.

Some guitars have so many dials and pickups that you lose count. So it’s refreshing that the Epiphone Tom DeLonge ES-333 has just one of each – with the same legendary USA-made Dirty Fingers bridge humbucker that featured on the Gibson original and an intuitive volume dial to control how hard it bites.

The new Epiphone Tom DeLonge Signature ES-333 made its debut at the 2008 Winter NAMM show.
Lock Tone
The Lock Tone Tune-O-Matic bridge and Stopbar tailpiece are standard equipment on all Epiphone guitars with a tune-o-matic setup. From their Custom Les Pauls right down to the Special II, Epiphone knows that tuning stability and sustain can make or break a guitar so it’s important to have a dependable bridge you can trust.

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Product Specifications

Epiphone ES333 Tom Delonge Specifications

  • Color: Racing Stripe Brown
  • Body: Laminated maple/birch
  • Top: Laminated maple/birch
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Neck Profile: Slim-Taper, satin finish
  • Neck Joint: Glued, set neck
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12 inch
  • Frets: 22, medium jumbo
  • Scale: 24-3/4 inches
  • Nut Width: 1-11/16 inch
  • Neck Pickup: None
  • Bridge Pickup: Gibson Dirty Finger
  • Bridge: LockTone tune-o-matic
  • Tailpiece: LockTone stopbar
  • Controls: Master volume
  • Output Jack: Standard 1/4 inch mono
  • Power: None
  • Nut Material: PVC
  • Tuners: Grover die-cast
  • Strap Buttons: Standard
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Binding: Body, neck

Customer Reviews

Review: Isaac M Submitted: 3/5/2019

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



Punk Rock Delight
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Simply put, most of you are here buying this wanting the classic blink tone. While obviously you need a decent rig to get the true sound you’re looking for, this guitar provides exactly what you’re looking for. The fretboard plays like a dream, and leaves plenty of room for mods if you’re into that kind of thing. All equipment is pretty solid straight out of the box. The only reason i rate it 4/5 is a design flaw of the artist himself Tom Delonge believes only one tone knob is necessary. While I like the idea, if you’re looking to shape your tone at all, you’ll be disappointed. However, excellent guitar

Review: Eric D Submitted: 10/6/2018

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



To Tom or Not to Tom

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To be honest it’s a well made guitar and is worth the money if ur into blink 182 or Angels and Airwaves,boxcar racer etc.etc. Just don’t expect it to play like a Gibson Tom Delonge or 333,335 models. Folks this is an Epip not a Gibson.

Review: John Submitted: 4/15/2017

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



So awesome!

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Amazing guitar, right out of the box! A chunkier neck than my les paul, but I adjusted to it quickly. The dirty fingers humbucker is hyper sensitive and forces you to play better. It is far more attractive than the pictures can possibly show.

Review: Vince Submitted: 11/11/2016

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



It is awesome.

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This guitar is amazing for someone who loves pop punk or even post hardcore music. I am very very happy with the tone and the functionality of this instrument.

Review: will from roseville, mn. usa Submitted: 8/17/2013

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.



nice ...for the money

Review: cHARMcityXero from Baltimore, MD, Submitted: 1/12/2012

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Very very happy

very well made a small blemish on the bottom binding but great otherwise

i have had it for like a week but its great holding tune very well even when outside in the cold while im playing it

Your general opinion of this product.

sweet guitar awesome i love it

neck is amazing slimmer than epiphone dot more like a fender neck its pretty sweet tho

very bright sound thru the pickups even without being plugged in the tone is bright clean sound

matte finish on the guitar is amazing, the racing stripes has a texture

action is great on the first 13 or 14 frets a little high after that but still very playable

Review: Derek from Reno, NV, USA Submitted: 4/23/2010

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Great Guitar

For the price the quality is excellent.

It is a newer purchase so we will see but a friend has had it a while and it is great.

Your general opinion of this product.

I've wanted this guitar for a long time and I was not disappointed at all.

I am a huge fan of how it plays. I love the Semi-hollow guitars and this one is no different.

Bright tone. Sounds like you would want a Tom DeLonge guitar to sound.

I love the paint job. It is a nice change from the everyday glossy finishes.

Incredible. I was worried that like most guitars the action would come to high and it is perfect.

Review: Justin Davin from Okinawa, Japan, Submitted: 1/20/2010

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


Best purchase I have ever made

made very well and its very very reliable

it has a matte finish which can chip very easily but it just adds to the character. ive played this guitar with belt buckles on and everything it takes some major work to scratch it up.

Your general opinion of this product.

I will never have to buy another guitar again. It is sturdy, beautiful, great tone, and reliable. The action is just right, and there is no string buzz, I don't know what the first r**** was talking about. This is a very sexy guitar and it suits not only my preference of music (crappy punk rock) but can play anything from acoustic to metal. The Gibson Dirty Fingers pickup is amazing. The only thing i was a little differential on was the tapered neck. it is wider than most but it is only for better sustain and playability. it just takes some getting used to it.

perfect. plays very fast and great for anything. its not neck heavy like most epiphones and gibsons

you can get any tone you want out of it using the volume on the guitar and the amp

the paint job is phenomenal. the binding makes it even sexier

out of the box action was very low. i restrung it with a set of ernie ball super slinkies and its even better i barely have to press the strings

Review: jason in frozen from seiling,Oklahoma,USA Submitted: 9/12/2009

Product Rating3 out of 5 stars.



I won't buy anything from Epiphone ever again.

I didn't like the guitar at all when I got it. But I thought I just needed to play it a little more and get used to it.I was wrong,everytime I pick it up to play I regret purchasing it.

Your general opinion of this product.

This guitar is sturdy and that's the only thing I can say on it's behalf. It's like a pumped up version of the junk you but at Wal-Mart

the neck seemed a little wider than most.It plays like a $100.00 Wal-Mart toy guitar.

The tone is bright and heavy. I adjusteded my amp for an hour trying to find a tone I was happy with but I think I'd rather sell this piece and get something else.

I admit it's a sharp looking guitar. If only it sounded as good as it looks....

The action is too high.Strings buzz way too much.

Review: Ben from Long Island, NY Submitted: 3/26/2009

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


awesome guitar!

EXCELLENT. a very solid built guitar. first high quality Epiphone i've owned. feels nothing like the cheaper Epi's. Grover tuners are nice and smooth and stay in tune very well.


Your general opinion of this product.

great quality guitar for the money. sounds just like Tom's guitar. plays like a much more expensive guitar. great for anyone who's a blink-182 or Angels & Airwaves fan. action is set nice and low and intonation is set from the factory. excellent sustain and it sounds great clean, distorted, and with effects. i haven't played the Gibson version but don't waste your money...this is a high quality instrument that does Tom Delonge justice. THIS GUITAR ROCKS!!!!

the neck has a different feel than most of my guitars but i like it. single volume knob is as simple as it gets.

Gibson Dirty Fingers is amazing! it doesn't sound muddy distorted like many other pickups. it has a nice tone clean, distorted, and with effects.

matte brown finish with cream racing stripe. this is the only guitar i have with a matte finish..its a little different but i like it. seems like it would scratch easily so be careful.

nice and low with no fret buzz. intonation set from factory. just tune it up and start playing!


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