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1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar (consignment) SOLD

1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar (consignment)  SOLD

This 1960 Gibson ES-330T Thinline Archtop Guitar is in excellent all-original condition, with no real marks or wear. As t the ‘T’ model, it’s unusual in having one pickup – mounted in the center position rather than in the neck or bridge positions.

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1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst (consignment) No Longer Available

1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst (consignment) No Longer Available

This 1966 Gibson ES-330 TD Sunburst is in great condition, visually and in terms of playability. It has been refretted professionally, so it’s ready to be played for many years to come. This is one of the 16-fret versions; later revisions of the instrument had the neck joining the body at the 19th fret, which changed the tone and perhaps weakened the neck joint.

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2009 Gibson Custom Shop ES-330 (consignment) No Longer Available

2009 Gibson Custom Shop ES-330 (consignment) No Longer Available

This is a very clean 2009 Gibson Custom Shop ES-330. Gibson started producing the ES-330 in 1959, but not, as you might think, as a ‘cheaper’ version of the new, popular ES-335. Instead, it was to replace the discontinued ES-225,

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1959 Gibson ES-330 TC Thinline Archtop Electric (consignment) SOLD

1959 Gibson ES-330 TC Thinline Archtop Electric (consignment)  SOLD

Here’s something rare and special – a 1959 Gibson ES-330 TC Thinline Archtop Electric.

The ES-330 was introduced in 1959 and discontinued in 1972. Along the way, in 1968,an optional ‘longer’ neck – one that joins the body at the 19th fret but has the same scale length – became available and many of the later versions have this option.

Oddly, the 330’s biggest claim to fame isn’t as itself. Gibson sent a version to Epiphone to take advantage of that dealer base, where it became the Casino. It turned out to be a favourite guitar with one of those British bands that sold a few records in the mid 1960’s.

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Gibson Custom Shop ES-390 SOLD

Gibson Custom Shop ES-390  SOLD

Here’s the all-new Gibson Custom Shop ES-390!

Following on the heels of the ES-339 series, the ES-390 gives the same treatment to the classic Gibson ES-330 series. The result is a smaller body, with very light weight and great playability.

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Gibson ES-330 TD 1967 (consignment) SOLD

Gibson ES-330 TD 1967  (consignment) SOLD

The Gibson ES-330 was introduced in 1959 to replace the ES-225,and is cousin to the Epiphone Casino, famously used by John Lennon on many Beatles recordings. The ES-330 was discontinued in 1972, but is available again as a Gibson Custom Shop piece.

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