The Gibson ES-335 12-String Electric Guitar is available now, but in a very limited supply. If you're looking for gorgeous chiming sounds that can only come from a 12-string ES-335, then you've found ... Read More
The Gibson ES-335 12-String Electric Guitar is available now, but in a very limited supply. If you're looking for gorgeous chiming sounds that can only come from a 12-string ES-335, then you've found it here. The clouds part, the planets align and the graceful notes flow into the hearts of everyone who hears. It features 1961 style ES-335 body construction and displays a vintage look with 1960's styled inlays. It sports a comfortable neck that's 1.75” at the nut. BurstBucker 1 and 2 pickups get that “Jangly” 12 string sound with splittable coils via push/pull pots. Includes case.
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I had one of these back in the 1960s and someone stole it. I have been replacing my old guitars and because of the scarcity, I saved this one for last. The action is very good, the finish is beautiful and the tone is big and warm. I play blues and have been using the 335-12 consistently since it arrived. It plays much like any of my other 335/345 guitars and is even bendable which is a nice benefit of the low action and medium gauge string set that I use. I have owned several other electric 12 strings and none of them has had tone like this one. It is bright without being tinny. To this point it has been very good about staying in tune during performances and I get lots of comments and questions about it's great looks and great sound. I play it through a Bose L1 without effects and it sounds great.
I ordered the ES-335 12-string five weeks ago and it just came in. I knew it came from the factory in Memphis because there was a little of the trademark sawdust in the case. First, the case is very nice, old school tan. The guitar is extremely nice. Excellent finish. Apparently Gibson hasn't featured an ES-335 12-string for a few decades and the two old ones I have seen looked their age. The music store where I saw one wouldn't even put 12 strings on it, openly six. This new one is built well and was set up perfectly. The action is as low as my 6-string ES-335 and it plays wonderfully. I have owned several Gibsons (I currently own six) and the quality is there.
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