Gibson’s Legendary 335 Electric Guitar

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The gibson es 335 was the world’s very first commercial semi-acoustic electric guitar. The ES335 Memphis can be equated to “Fender Stevie Ray Vaughan Stratocaster” which can be considered the KING of all Fender Strats with special “oval” neck shape, Pao Ferro fingerboard, 3 Fender Texas Special single-coil pickups, gold-plated vintage hardware with left-handed tremolo, 21 Frets, and a special ‘Stevie Ray Vaughan’ engraved pickguard all in an Alder Body and Maple Neck. You will instantly notice it’s beautiful Gold Plated Machine Heads and Bridge.

If you’ve ever seen the Gibson ES-335 then you can probably see how closely it resembles the Midtown. The only difference is that the Midtown focuses more on comfort but still doesn’t compromise on the sound. The fingerboard is slightly larger than other models and this helps locate notes and strum patterns. You can use this guitar for pleasure or you can use it for music production. This is why the ES-335 is such a solid choice.

As unmistakable as the artists who play it, the Gibson Es 335 Guitar is a standout amongst it’s peers. The revolutionary design and sound has left indelible marks on both guitar design and popular music.

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