ES-335 Studio
Looking for major semi-acoustic electric guitar tone, looks and playing feel at a minor price? The ES-335 Studio delivers like nothing else on the planet, and all with the 100% American-made quality of Gibson Memphis. Legendary ES-335 lines, genuine Gibson humbucking pickups, first-class hardware, and the popular no-nonsense Studio Series ethos make this guitar an unbeatable value, but a full-bore performer by any standards. In short, it’s the easiest way to get your foot into the ES-335 door, without compromising an ounce of your precious tone.

The ES-335 Studio is crafted to the classic formula of the Gibson ES-335, a near overnight success upon its introduction in 1958. Identical to the original specs are its body made from laminated maple with an arched top, two f-holes, and a solid maple core for enhanced clarity and sustain. Its stripped-down Studio ethos is revealed in a lack of binding and pickguard, streamlined controls, and simplified gold headstock logo. A major savings in price comes without compromise of quality, though, as evident in its Grover™ Rotomatic® tuners, TonePros™ AVR2 bridge and long-anchor tailpiece studs, CTS™ pots with Orange Drop tone caps, and Gibson’s 57 Classic (neck) and hotter Super 57 (bridge) humbucking pickups. Get it in your choice of Ebony or Vintage Sunburst finish, in hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer, naturally.
Body Language
Unparalleled playing comfort from the soft-edged body contour.
Pickup Line
57 Classic in the neck and hotter Super 57 in the bridge issue full-bore PAF-like depth and sweetness.
Stripped Down
Classic ES-335 construction ditches binding and pickguard for a hot-rodded look.
Locked And Loaded
Quality hardware includes genuine TonePros™ AVR2 bridge and long-anchor tailpiece studs.
Control Freak
Simplified master volume and tone controls offer easy on-the-fly access.
Heads Above
No-nonsense Studio Series headstock carries gold Gibson logo and Grover™ Rotomatic® tuners.

ES-335 Studio
Hot-rodded "Semi" at an Unbeatable Price
 
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