Gibson Guitars ES335 Satin Faded Cherry #10556721
A great value, Satin finish 335!
The subtle elegance of a satin finish joins Burst Bucker pickups, Grover™ tuners and traditional in a genuine made-in-Memphis ES-335.
F-Hole emblem engraved truss rod cover: The iconic symbol of the Gibson ES line is now the hallmark of Gibson Memphis
Grover Milk Bottle Rotomatic tuners: Retro style tuners with modern features and 18:1 ratio for improved tuning accuracy
Redesigned neck dimensions: Added thickness to Peghead transition provides greater strength and stability
Historic truss rod: Superior Adjustability due to the Teflon coating, larger diameter rod, original brass anchor and larger washer
Bone nut: Bone for smooth tuning and excellent durability
Rolled neck binding: Binding is rounded off to comfortably fit the contours of the player’s hand
Block inlay fretboard: Block fingerboard inlays are synonymous with the 1960’s ES-335
Low profile frets: Lower fret height provides smooth playability and accurate intonation
New finish colors: New variations on your favorite vintage color schemes as well as all new, eye catching colors
Burstbucker 1 & 2 pickups: Pickups are calibrated for each position for balanced output & brighter sound (closer to original PAF’s)
Capacitor changes: Less treble cut than previous capacitor results in a tone with a harmonically rich, singing quality
Locking stop bar tailpiece: Solid connection from the stop bar to the body of the guitar increases resonance and sustain all while making string changes simpler
- Colour: Satin Faded Cherry
- Top Wood: Maple/Poplar/Maple
- Back Wood: Maple/Poplar/Maple
- Number of Frets: 22
- Scale Length: 24 3/4"
- Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
- Fretboard Inlays: Pearloid Block
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Neck Shape: Slim Taper
Satin Faded Cherry
Number of Frets
3 Ply Black
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