How much is a 1967 Gibson ES-335 worth?

The 1967 list price for an ES-335TD was $395. The current value for a Pelham Blue model in excellent all-original condition is $10,000. Gibson introduced Pelham Blue finishes in 1967.

What type of guitar is Gibson ES-345?

The Gibson ES-345 boasts a number of aesthetic enhancements over the flagship ES-335. Crafted with a maple centerblock and quarter-sawn Adirondack spruce bracing, players will be impressed by the lightweight feel and expanded range of tonal capabilities.

Which hollow body guitar is best?

The best hollowbody electric guitars you can buy today

  • Gibson Modern Collection ES-335 Satin.
  • Squier Classic Vibe Starcaster.
  • Gretsch G6136T White Falcon Players Edition Bigsby.
  • Ibanez GB10EM.
  • PRS Special Semi-Hollow.
  • Gretsch G6128T-89VS Vintage Select ’89 Duo Jet with Bigsby.
  • Cort Yorktown $489.

What does a Gibson ES-339 weigh?

6 lbs. 15 oz.
Weight: 6 lbs. 15 oz. The ES-339 is the next generation from the Gibson Custom Shop iconic ES electric guitars. It goes where no guitar has gone before with a bold, new semi-hollow tone that is rich with expressive, even stinging, overtones.

What is the difference between a Gibson ES-335 and 339?

The ES-339 was the next evolutionary step — a guitar that reproduces a tone more similar to the ES-335, with a smaller sized body. The key was giving the ES-339 a laminated top, like the ES-335, verses the ES-336’s fully carved top.

What brand guitar does Ricky Skaggs play?

Skaggs says his 1855 acoustic Martin — the guitar maker is based in Upper Nazareth Township — may run a close second on his favorite instrument short list.

Who plays Gibson 345?

British guitar player John McLaughlin owns a Sunburst ES-345 modified with a Bigsby tailpiece and a scalloped fingerboard. He played this guitar in the One Truth Band and Trio of Doom.

How much does a Gibson ES-345 weigh?

This highly unusual and very beautiful stereo guitar weighs just 8.20 lbs. and has a nice, fat nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches and a standard Gibson scale length of 24 3/4 inches.

When did the Gibson ES-350 electric guitar come out?

Made for less than a decade, the Gibson ES-350 electric guitar was designed and released in ’47 as version of the ES-300 archtop with cutaways.

What is the cutaway on a Gibson ES350T?

This cutaway begun with a rounded “Venetian” shape in 1955. In 1960 Gibson changed to the “Florentine” cutaway form with a sharp edge in the frame. Later re-editions of the ES-350T again have the outwardly rounded frame at the cutaway.

What is the difference between the Gibson ES-350T and the Tal Farlow?

The ES-350T had a shorter 23 1/2″ scale and humbuckers, making it more aligned to the Gibson Byrdland. Both the Tal Farlow and Barney Kessel were 3″ deep all-maple laminate top guitars with the same 25 1/2″ scale maple neck with rosewood fretboard. Differences were largely decorative.

What is the difference between the es-300 and ES-350?

The two models were basically identical beyond this feature, but it was enough of a difference that the 350 was out-selling the ES-300 by 1951, and had totally replaced it by 1953.