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Gibson ESDT335 Thinline Archtop Lightburst, 2004

Gibson ESDT335 Thinline Archtop Lightburst, 2004

Here’s a very nicely figured and very good condition Gibson ESDT335 in Lightburst finish, built during 2094 at the now-closed Gibson Memphis plant. The Gibson ESDT335 is a slight variation on the standard ES-335, with the ‘ES’ standing as always for ‘Electric Spanish’. ‘Spanish’ refers to how the guitar is held and played, with one of the few other primary designations being ‘EH’ for ‘Electric Hawaiian’

Used
Price: $4,650.00 CAD
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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Dot Thinline Heritage Cherry, 2012

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Dot Thinline Heritage Cherry, 2012

The Gibson ES335 Dot reissue draws from the groundbreaking 1958 ES-335 that blended archtop and solidbody guitar styles. Gaining immediate acceptance by players in many genres, this model has been in production continuously since its introduction. Here we’re looking at what looks like a ‘Plain Top’ version of the Gibson ES335 Dot, built at the now-closed Gibson Memphis plant and dating to June 7, 2012. In terms of construction and hardware, these are identical to the much more expensive ‘Figured Top’ models; the difference is the figuring on the Maple laminates used for the top, sides and back. 

Used
Price: $2,700.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Satin Memphis Cherry, 2014

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Satin Memphis Cherry, 2014

The Gibson ES335 Satin was built in the now-closed Memphis plant as more affordable 335 with all the trimmings, traditional quality and sound. It features the same 3-ply Maple/Poplar/Maple body and Mahogany neck construction as higher-priced models. The same hardware is used, which in 2014 meant a pair of ’57 Classic pickups – in 2015, Burst Buckers were adopted. Dating to February 11 2014 and built in Memphis, this Gibson ES335 Satin is in very good condition with very light wear.

Used
Price: $2,500.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Studio Memphis Ginger Burst, 2014

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Studio Memphis Ginger Burst, 2014

The Gibson ES335 Studio uses the same concepts as the standard ES-335 models, but reduces costs by simplifying appointments and using a Torrefied Maple fingerboard in place of Rosewood. The body is unbound, while the fingerboard has black binding that does not cover the ends of the frets, a practice that for Gibson only occurred at the Memphis plant. Built at the now-closed plant in Memphis Tennessee and Dating to April 15 2014, this Gibson ES335 Studio is in overall good condition with minor play wear.

Used
Price: $1,500.00 CAD

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES-335 Dot P90 Sunburst, 2019

❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES-335 Dot P90 Sunburst, 2019

Here we have a rarity – a Gibson ES-335 Dot P90 model, from the now closed Memphis Tennessee plant, a blend of the ES-335 and the single coil P-90 equipped ES-330. This model was produced by the Memphis plant for a short time during 2019 and there’s no sign that it will appear again any time soon.

New

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❌SOLD❌ Gibson ES335 Dot Neck Thinline Electric Sunburst, 1959

❌SOLD❌  Gibson ES335 Dot Neck Thinline Electric Sunburst, 1959

This Gibson ES335 Dot Neck Thinline, built during 1959 features the now standard construction – Maple laminate top, back and sides, Maple center block, Mahogany neck and bound Rosewood fingerboard.   For these early models, the Rosewood used was sourced from Brazil – at the time, this was an extremely common wood and used on even low cost instruments.  This guitar was originally shipped with a Bigsby tailpiece; this was removed, put in the case, and replaced with a stop tailpiece.   

Vintage
Price: $46,655.95 CAD

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