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Epiphone Limited Edition ES-335 PRO Electric Guitar
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      Epiphone Limited Edition ES-335 PRO Electric Guitar (H79035)
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The classic shape and bell-like tone of Gibson's ES series.

First introduced in the late ’50s, the ES series became an instant rock classic, bringing the feel and look of an archtop to a generation of players who had grown up playing solid body guitars like the Les Paul. The ES-335, the first in the ES series, was an instant success. Now Epiphone introduces the ES-335 PRO – an instrument with its roots firmly planted in the classic era when Epiphone’s Kalamazoo factory was producing rock’s most legendary instruments.

Featuring an ES-style body with Alnico Classic PRO humbucker pickups, the new ES-335 PRO semi-hollowbody from Epiphone turns back the clock while breaking new ground in sound and style. Other classic features include a tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece for incredible sustain, Wilkinson vintage-style tuning machines, and a rosewood fretboard adorned with small block inlay. Case sold separately.

Epiphone Limited Edition ES-335 PRO Electric Guitar Features:

  • Arched maple top and back
    24.75" Scale set-in mahogany neck
    Rosewood fretboard with small block inlay
    22 Medium jumbo frets
    Alnico Classic Pro neck humbucker with coil-split
    Alnico Classic Pro Plus bridge humbucker with coil-split
    LockTone™ tune-o-matic bridge
    LockTone™ stopbar tailpiece
    Wilkinson vintage-style tuners
    Case sold separately




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  • Sweet Sound, Low Bucks

    As reviewed by stephen mcclellan on 3/11/2013

    Got one of these with the natural finish ( beautiful!) the other day at GC after playing a dozen or so other similar guitars on the recommendation of the CSR that was helping me. I was concerned about the string height but was assured that lowering the bridge was all that was needed to correct the issue. Did that and changed the strings then plugged into each of my amps and was quite happy with the playability and tone of the guitar. Amps used were a Fender Pawn Shop Excelsior, Blues Jr. and a Mesa Boogie F-30. Intonation at the 12th fret was spot on and it remained in tune despite heavy string bending and pick attack. The action is smooth and uniform from the nut to the 22nd fret. I can't see how you could do better than this guitar for the money.

    11 of 11 people found this review helpful.
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  • Just buy it!

    As reviewed by PATRICK JOHNSON on 11/20/2013

    I've been playing guitar since 1982, and have owned dozens of great guitars during the last 30+ years - including vintage and high end name brands. While this Epiphone is not equal to its much, MUCH more expensive Gibson big brother, its is close enough in tone, build quality, looks and vibe, that this guitar will satisfy all but the total "tone snob" crowd. The guitar is comfortable to play, the Cherry finish and block inlays remind me of Clapton's 335. I do find the push-pull pots useful in finding a wide variety of tones, and the neck is comfortable to play. If I was to quibble, I would say that I find the stock pick-ups a bit on the generic sounding side, but I do eventually plan to upgrade all hardware on this guitar that will improve upon its tone -- while still having spent thousands less than a new Gibson 335. This 335 is best suited for blues through some harder classic rock - I have other guitars for metal. I imagine jazz on the neck pick-up would be nice as well; but that is not my preferred style of music. I believe this is a limited build, so when the production run is all sold out, they are gone. -- Go buy it! -- I kick myself for passing on several other previous limited run guitars that Gibson & Epiphone have put out over the years. Great guitar on a budget, great value for the money, and great guitar -- period.

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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  • es 335 pro limited edition

    As reviewed by carl evans on 8/12/2013

    my mentor and instructor, an accomplished jazz professional guitarist, played several guitars in the store and picked this one as the best playing/sounding one. In short, it is an accomplishment for epiphone to make a guitar this good at this price.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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