The Gibson ES 335 Guitar Dot Archtop is the exact replica that was produced in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1958. This was a favorite guitar choice for Eric Clapton and thanks to his playing a cherry ES-335 in the bread Cream in 1967 this famous electric hollow body guitar became very popular in the sixties. You'll enjoy a wide variety of different color options with this famous Gibson guitar that has been a real favorite for over 50 years. Cherry, maple, tri-burst, light burst, antique natural, along with vintage sunburst colors are available along with a nice satin finish.
No matter what color you decide on, You will enjoy the full rich sound of the Gibson ES 335 Guitar Dot Archtop's full size. It is 16 1/2 inches wide and it has a full 20 inch long body that is a full 1 3/4 inches deep. You'll love the one piece mahogany neck that lies underneath a twenty two fret rosewood fingerboard. You'll also enjoy the rich looks of the all nickle hardware and the neck of this awesome guitar is a full 24 3/4 inches long.
Every custom Gibson ES 335 guitar has a classic powerful hum-bucking pickups with two volume pots, two tone pots,and a three way pickup select switch. This famous guitar also comes in it's own rugged Levant guitar case. You may remember this famous Gibson guitar being played at a lot of Chuck Berry's concerts by Mister Chuck Berry himself, and also being played by the famous blue's singer B. B. King. If you love the deep rich tone of a classic guitar that is proven over the last fifty years for it's rich tones and full bodied sound, the Gibson ES 335 Guitar is the professional choice for you.
Best Guitar Amps
Guitar amps are very complicated these days. Everything is so much more advanced then it was many years ago. In the days when hair metal ruled the land, marshall jcm 800's were the only way to go. Oh, and they had to be turned up to 11 to sound good. You basically had to blow up your amp to be able to sound good in the 80s.
Now things are much simpler and Marshalls aren't the only way to go when you want to buy a good guitar amp. Some of the best amps for beginners and intermediate players are affordable and you don't have to blow them up to sound good.
One of the recommendations I have for you isn't a Marshall. It is actually an amp that I discovered from Best Beginner Electric Guitars list of the best guitar amps for beginners. It is a Yamaha THR10. It is a great little practice amp that even pros use sometimes. When you need something that is small and comfortable to carry around, this is the best guitar amp.
It is not only comfortable to carry on but it is great to play. It sounds excellent, why else would a pro use it?! It sounds like a real tube amp, like a Marshall as much as I hate to say it.
I guess everything is compared to a marshall these days because they are so great. They are made with quality and the consumer in mind. They really want people to sound great playing their guitars.
The Yamaha THR10 was the recommended amp for today. Go out there and check it out if you want to see it.