Gibson Es 330 Occasion

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Originally introduced in 1959, the Gibson Es 330 Occasion is back with its magical, mystical blend of fully hollowbody construction, Bigsby tailpiece, and biting P-90 single coil pickups that make each note sparkling clear with a screaching midrange punch. Though similar in appearance to the popular Gibson ES-335 semi-hollow guitar, the ES-330 is a little bit different in construction and a whole lot different in sound. While the 335 is a semi-hollow guitar, the 330 is a fully hollow thinline guitar. Also, the 335 features two humbucking pickups, and the 330 features two single-coil P-90 pickups. Gibson Es 330 Occasion guitar’s body is truly hollow and has no center brace running through it, making it a lightweight, comfortable and uniquely resonant instrument.

Gibson Custom Es-330 Electric Guitar is reminiscent of the classic Gibson, late ’50s feel, including the comfortable neck shape blending into the soft curves of the rounded fingerboard binding. The Gibson Es 330 Occasion Electric Guitar is a lightweight, lively sounding guitar whether played acoustically or plugged in. With the 16th fret neck joint and just the right neck angle, it’s got a great feel that makes you want to play all night.

The combination of exacting’ 50s body and neck specifications and slightly underwound P-90 pickups on aged nickel-plated bases tied together with an original spec wiring harness will bring you back to the tones of Grant Green in a laid-back New York jazz club. Some people call this guitar’s neck is the “long neck”. As a matter of fact, the neck is set in a different place. A slimmer neck is easier access to the upper frets. This thing sounds unreal ! The guitar is beautiful. Well built and it smells good too. The vintage sunburst finish suits the guitar perfectly. Run it through an old tube amp and you won’t be able to keep from playing one British Invasion song after another.

If you are interested in Gibson Es 330 Occasion Guitar, the best expression for your love is BUY IT NOW!!

 

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