Gibson Memphis 1963 ES-335TD Historic Burst #41386
In superb condition with Hard Case and Certificate!
Although the ES-335 kicked off with the “dot neck” in 1958, many players have always preferred the “block neck” version of the early ’60s. The beautifully re-created 1963 ES-335TD includes the correct body shape with narrower horns and rolled fingerboard binding for a soft playing feel.
Body: Correct ’63 shape with narrower cutaway horns
Fingerboard: Bound rosewood with block inlays
Potentiometers: Matched 550k potentiometers
Hot hide glue: Historic body and neck construction
Truss rod: Tubeless Historic truss rod
Pickups: MHS humbuckers
Frets: Period-correct .100″ x .045″ fret wire
Finish: VOS nitrocellulose lacquer
- Colour: Historic Burst
- Top Wood: Maple, Poplar, Maple
- Back Wood: Maple, Poplar, Maple
- Number of Frets: 22
- Scale Length: 24.75"
- Fretboard Wood: Rosewood
- Fretboard Inlays: Period Correct Celluloid Blocks
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Neck Shape: 1963
Maple, Poplar, Maple
Maple, Poplar, Maple
Number of Frets
Period Correct Celluloid Blocks
No Wire ABR
Multi ply black ES-335 with 45° bevel (V.O.S.)
3 Way Toggle
Gibson Hardcase and Memphis COA
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