Smaller-bodied ES-339 range takes on stripped-down studio styling, with two great humbuckers, simplified controls, and traditional-C profile playing feel at an unbeatable priceNew for 2015F-hole emble... Click To Read More About This Product
Smaller-bodied ES-339 range takes on stripped-down studio styling, with two great humbuckers, simplified controls, and traditional-C profile playing feel at an unbeatable price
New for 2015
F-hole emblem engraved truss rod cover: The iconic symbol of the Gibson ES line is now the hallmark of Gibson Memphis.
Redesigned neck dimensions: Added thickness to Peghead transition provides greater strength and stability.
Historic truss rod: Superior adjustability due to the Teflon coating, larger diameter rod, original brass anchor and larger washer.
Rolled neck binding: Binding is rounded off to comfortably fit the contours of the player's hand.
Low profile frets: Lower fret height provides smooth playability and accurate intonation.
New finish colors: New variations on your favorite vintage color schemes as well as all new, eye catching colors.
Locking stop bar tailpiece: Solid connection from the stop bar to the body of the guitar increases resonance and sustain all while making string changes simpler.
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Comments about Gibson 2015 ES-339 Studio Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar:
I guessing that this review will never make it to the site, but here goes anyhow. QC control by Gibson Memphis is very bad. I had the guitar for three weeks and you would get a contact high from the finish that was not drying while playing it. Because the finish wasn't cured, the guitar had 3 large scuffs on the sides that happened during shipping while moving around in the case. It took the salesman 15 minutes to buff them out before I took it home, one the never came out completely. After I got home,the input jack was so loose the nut holding it on fell off the first time I unplugged it. It took me 20 minutes of fishing around with a wire to pull that jack out so that I could bolt it back up. All six nuts of the tuning pegs were so loose, it sounded as if a mini tambourine was playing when ever I moved the guitar. It took 3 to 4 complete turns to tighten each one down. The worst for last. The nut was cut so bad that you couldn't get the G & B and high E in tune much keep them in tune. You would turn the pegs in either direction 3 or 4 turn, no change, then a large pin and it would go super flat or sharp. This is all unacceptable for guitar in this price range. Even for one costing much less. I have bought 4 new Fender Stratocasters in the last 4 years, for this amount or less then this guitar. All them were fantastic from the get go. I will never buy from Gibson again.