Epiphone introduces the much anticipated ES-339 PRO - an instrument with its roots planted firmly in the classic era that helped define the Epiphone and Gibson Kalamazoo factory as a leader in cutting... Click To Read More About This Product
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Epiphone introduces the much anticipated ES-339 PRO - an instrument with its roots planted firmly in the classic era that helped define the Epiphone and Gibson Kalamazoo factory as a leader in cutting edge instruments. Today, this new semi-hollowbody from Epiphone turns back the clock while simultaneously rocketing the player-favorite into the future.
The Birth of a Legend: Introduced in the late '50s, the ES series became an instant classic by bringing the feel of an archtop to players who had wholly embraced solid body classics like the Les Paul. The first in the ES series, the ES-335 became an instant success but for many players, its body was slightly too big. The new ES-339 PRO is the perfect remedy, featuring body dimensions that are smaller while still retaining the bell-like tones of all ES series guitars as well as the classic shape.
Classic Construction: The Epiphone ES-339 PRO features a reduced size laminated Maple body with a solid center block. The SlimTaper„¢ "D" profile 24.75" Mahogany neck has 22 jumbo frets with a 1-11/16" nut and is hand-set and glued with a Mortise and Tenon neck joint with Titebond„¢ Glue. The 12" radius neck also features a Rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl inlays, much like the original. Single ply silver-sparkle binding on the fingerboard and body completes the classic look and looks superb on all the ES-339 PRO's finishes which include Cherry, Ebony, Natural, and Vintage Sunburst.
Epiphone Barrier Breaking Electronics: The new Epiphone ES-339 PRO pickups are set up to provide a huge variety of sound choices for the modern guitarist. For those who are used to carrying two guitars to gigs, the ES-339 PRO will solve that problem once and for all. Now, you can play any gig and any style with just one guitar--the Epiphone ES-339 PRO. The ES-339 PRO's fabulous Alnico Classic PRO„¢ humbucker pickups can make an infinite variety of tones thanks to the 3-way Pickup Selector which features a push/pull coil tap. The neck pickup volume pot and the bridge pickup volume pot each feature an easy-touch push/pull coil tap, making it easy to switch back and forth between single coil or classic humbucker sounds. The all-metal heavy duty Epiphone 1/4" output jack gives you a lifetime of worry-free use.
Epiphone Hardware You Can Trust: The classic Epiphone hardware you've come to know and trust makes the ES-339 PRO a must-have guitar. Featuring Epiphone's LockTone„¢ Tune-o-matic bridge and LockTone„¢ Stopbar tailpiece, the ES-339 PRO sports all nickel hardware along with Grover„¢ 14:1 ratio Vintage machine heads with Tombstone buttons. Case sold separately.
Laminated maple body
Set mahogany neck
22 medium-jumbo frets
Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO pickups
2 volume, 2 tone controls
3-way pickup toggle
Case sold separately
Body Material: Reduced size Laminated Maple body with solid center block
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Shape: SlimTaper„¢; D profile
Neck Joint: Glued-In; Mortise and Tenon
Truss Rod: Adjustable
Scale Length: 24.75"
Fingerboard Materail: Rosewood with mother-of-pearl Dot inlays
Neck pickup: Alnico Classic PRO„¢
Bridge Pickup: Alnico Classic PRO„¢
Controls: 3-way Pickup Selector, Neck Pickup Volume with push/pull coil tapping, Bridge Pickup Volume with push/pull coil tapping, Neck Pickup Tone, Bridge Pickup Tone
Outputs: 1/4" Heavy-Duty Epiphone
Binding: Fingerboard - 1 ply (silver sparkle), Body - 1 ply (silver sparkle)
Fingerboard Radius: 12"
Frets: 22; medium-jumbo
Bridge: LockTone„¢ Tune-o-matic
Tailpiece: LockTone„¢ Stopbar
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Machine Heads: Grover„¢ Vintage with Tombstone buttons; 14:1 Ratio
Strings: Gibson Brite Wires 10-46
Optional: Hard Case
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Great guitar, great price, the only thing I thought was needed right out of the box was to polish the frets a little and add a set of my favorite strings. The Black Pearl finish is flawless and the sparkle binding really makes this a great looking guitar. I've had the ES 339 for a couple of weeks now and can't seem to put it down.
Looks=black glitter with a silver sparkle trim is very unusual. It reminds me of New Year's day. Very Nice Feel=smaller than other semi-hollow bodies. The neck profile is what I would descibe as wide flat, med frets Sound=the humbuckers are loud, the neck PU is dark (good for jazz/blues), the bridge is less so (good for rock lead). Set-up=perfect according to Epi specs when I received it. However, I like low action so I adjusted the truss rod to make it straighter and lowered the action. Very playable