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1960 Gibson ES335 ES345 ES355 ES225

$595
Fantastic ES case. It's all there & all good! ('61 dot neck for sale,but not included).
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1960 Gibson ES-335

$69,500
The blond dot neck! One of the "Big Five" in vintage guitar collecting. This one is in incredible condition, very clean, showing little playing wear whatsoever! 100% original except for a pro refret (I have no idea why?) It's an early 1960 with long guard and a nice size neck, only a tiny bit thinner than my 1959 blond dot. No repairs, no solder joints broken, no Bigsby, no Grovers. The guitar...
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1960 Gibson ES-335 TDN

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This is an extremely rare guitar that I bought from the Scott Chinery collection. It is considered a special order, being that it is a 335, with a 345 parallelogram fretboard, ordered from the Gibson factory. If you’re a Gibson golden-era blonde collector, this guitar would be a must-have. If you just want an incredibly beautiful, extremely rare guitar, it is still a must-have. It comes with its...
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1958 Lifton ES-335 Case

$899
1958-1960 Gibson ES-335, 330, or 295 case. Excellent condition overall with some water marks around the hinges. Gibson badge by the handle intact. Fully functioning brown and pink case. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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~1964 Gibson ES-335 Hardshell Case

$495
Vintage original 1960's Gibson Hardshell ES-335 Case. Clean with Gibson logo.
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1959 Gibson ES-335 TDS

$42,999
Unbelievably nice example of an all original near mint 1959 Gibson ES-335 semi hollow electric guitar with original brown hard shell case. Last quarter of 1959 A31xxx serial number range, stupid clean, straight instrument suitable for collecting or playing, no modifications or repairs. Slim but wide 1959 neck profile, definitely not the larger late 58 early 59 neck but still significantly larger...
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1967 Gibson ES-335 TD

$5,750
Wonderful example of a late 1960's ES-335 in very fine condition. This guitar has been in the case for the last 40 odd years and has barely been played. This 335 is all original except for the addition of Grover tuners which were installed in 1974 and were a welcomed replacement for the Kluson tuners of the period. The remaining hardware, including the amazing sounding Patent No. pickups are...
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1959 Gibson ES335 , Wanted Wanted Wanted

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Hey Am looking for 1958-1960 ES335s , Stop Bar , Sunburst or Blonde , Will pay Todays Market Price , Please mail me with details
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1968 Gibson ES-335-12

$3,500
The Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958 with a revolutionary new design: the thinline semi-hollow body archtop electric body. The thin body of this guitar was constructed of a laminated Maple arched top and back but had a solid center Maple block running down the center of the body. The resulting guitar had a warm tonal response but limited the problem of feedback at high stage volumes that many...
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2010 Gibson CS-336

$2,495
The slightly smaller, and in many folks’ eyes much handier, version of the iconic Gibson ES-335. Except…….. “CS” stands for Custom Shop, and the body of this model, rather than being made from laminated maple, is carved from one solid block of mahogany, with a maple top added. This gives a unique kind of tone, quite solid and found nowhere else. The neck, BTW, is of the early-1960s contour, a bit...
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1967 Guild® Starfire™ Bass

$2,450
Retrofret Stock # 6662. Guild Starfire Bass Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Bass Guitar (1967), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # BA-1094, cherry lacquer finish, laminated mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. The 1960's Guild Starfire bass has in recent years been gaining attention as one of the decade's most distinctive bass guitars. Despite its general...
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2015 Gibson Limited ES-335 Figured

$3,299.99
Gibson Memphis presents the new 2015 Limited ES-335 Figured electric guitar in an eye catching, Indigo Blue finish. This amazing ES-335 is the perfect guitar for any musical genre & is destined to be a classic! The legendary Gibson ES-335 electric guitar is an iconic semi-hollowbody Gibson model and this 2015 model year, Gibson Memphis has finished this classic in a rich Indigo Blue high gloss...
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1967 Gibson EB-2C

$2,495
This beautiful bass came to us from Tony Garnier, Bob Dylan’s longest-running sideman, with Bob's band since 1989. It is Gibson's most famous hollowbody bass, essentially a 1960s ES-335 body with a bass neck and unique electronics, called the EB-2C ("C" stands for "Cherry" finish). It has the standard Gibson "4-knobs-and-a-toggle" setup, with a push-button switch for tone and an extra toggle...
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1966 Guild® Starfire™ V

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Retrofret Stock # 6780. Guild Starfire V Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # EN-644, cherry lacquer finish, laminated maple body, laminated mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. The Starfire series has been Guild's most consistently successful electric guitar offering since its inception in the early 1960's. This Starfire V...
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1968 Guild® Starfire™ IV

$2,250
Retrofret Stock # 6478. Guild Starfire IV Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1968), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # EL-2258, sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, laminated mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. The Starfire series has been Guild's most consistently successful electric guitar line since its inception, and was by far the company's...
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1966 Guild® Starfire™ IV

$2,500
Retrofret Stock # 6798. Guild Starfire IV Model Thinline Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # EL-579, cherry lacquer finish, laminated mahogany body, laminated mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, grey hard shell case. The Starfire series has been Guild's most consistently successful electric guitar line since its inception, and was by far the company's most...
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1960 Gibson Bonnet Knobs

$399
Set of 4 1960 bonnet knobs in superb condition. Perfect for your ES-335, 345, Les Paul Standard, and others. [ CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ]
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1960 Gibson ES-345 STEREO

$17,000
This cherry finish '60 Es-345 is in incredible condition and is among the most striking vintage pieces here at Empire. These 345s were upgraded versions of the popular Es-335 with features such as a Vari-tone rotary switch, Stereo output. and gold hardware being added. This particular Es-345 was previously owned by New Hampshire Country Music Hall of Fame member and former backing guitarist to...
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1967 Gibson ES-345 TDC

$4,500
Gibson introduced the Es-345 as an upgraded answer to their semi-hollow Es-335 model, adding a Varitone switch, gold hardware, stereophonic output, and parallelogram fret markers. Because of the stereo output and varitone switch these Es-345s are less in demand than their less-adorned cousin the Es-335. Those looking for a 335 should definitely look into the less expensive but extremely...
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1964 Gibson ES-335

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Very clean player grade very late 64 or very early 65 with a real nice neck profile (medium 1 11/16") and great tone. Here are the issues-It has two pin sized holes in the top-no idea why. It is a Bigsby only-no stop tail studs or Custom made plate. It has Grover tuners. Everything else looks pretty good. Original bridge, original Bigsby, original pickups and electronics. Covers have been off and...
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1967 Gibson ES-335 Vintage Player

$3,699.99
This 1967 Gibson ES-335 is the epitome of a vintage player! No breaks or cracks, just a lot of changed parts! Comes with a hardcase. It plays like a dream, and sounds even better than imagined! Converted from trapeze tailpiece to a stop tailpiece. It has been professionally refretted. The pickups were swapped out with '80s Gibson humbuckers. Had a hand-carved bone nut made for it. At one...
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1960 Gibson ES-330

$5,800
This Gibson ES-330 was made in the USA in 1960. It shows normal wear for its age, there are dings, scratches, dents, and finish checking, but there is no damage, no cracks or repairs or anything like that. The guitar is all original, except that it has been refretted. It plays and sounds great. It comes with the original case.
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1969 Gibson ES-335 TDC-12

$2,950
EC except for chip off top edge of peghead, fine example of a 60's folk-rocker's dream (the Paupers from Canada used TWO of these), transparent cherry finish on maple semi-solid body (lots of flamey figure and some finish checking), 3-piece mahogany neck with white-bound rosewood fretboard, pearl block inlays, 22 frets, 2 humbucking pickups, standard Gibson 2 volume, 2 tone control circuit with...
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1963 Gibson ES 335

$23,999
Super clean ALL original 1963 sunburst ES 335. Lightweight original stop tailpiece has light SS# etched into it. Original nickle ABR-1 with no retaining wire, and phneolic inserts. Single line Klusons, Pat # pickups, No frett wear, neck is straight, action low. No cracks, breaks, or repairs.Original pebble grain case, with yellow interior, is equally clean. 7 lbs 13 oz. Has a fairly wide thin...
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$5,950
This Gibson ES-335 was made in the USA in 1967. It is in very fine original shape, with no issues besides some light play wear. This guitar has been well cared for. It comes with the original case.
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1966 Gibson ES-335

$5,999
8lbs. 6 oz. Early '66. Beautiful Iced Tea Sunburst finish. Minor weather checking, otherwise in Exc. condition finish wise. Nice feeling transition neck. Not too skinny at the nut. No breaks, cracks or monkey business besides tuners. The tuners have been replaced with Grover's but originals remain with the case. All electronics and pickups completely stock. With OHSC. 420839
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1964 Gibson ES-335

$21,500
1964 Gibson ES 335 – Cherry A Beautiful Example of a Block Marker - Stop Tailpiece Gibson ES 335 with Gorgeous Cherry Finish. This Guitar has All Nickel Hardware, 2 Early PAT # Humbucking Pickups and a Great Feeling Large C Shaped Neck. EXC+ w/OHSC $21,500.
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1970 Gibson ES-335

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Circa 1970 Gibson ES-335 Walnut Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar. Converted to stop tail piece. Repaired headstock and changed tuners and knobs. Very clean appearance with only a few minor dings, scrapes and scuffs. Some chipping at the jack. Serial number is very faded on original Orange label. Gigbag included. Condition: Good. Price Guide Value $2,500
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1962 Gibson ES-335

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1962 Gibson ES-335 Cherry Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar, Serial # 52000. Widely regarded as the first commercially successful thinline archtop electric, the Gibson ES-335 has been a favorite of jazz, rock and blues players since it was introduced. It was launched in 1958 with a starting price of just under $270 and has remained a strong seller for Gibson to this very day. This late 1962...
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$5,250
1967, sunburst, fairly stout neck, trapeze tailpiece, block inlays, all original, Pat. No. sticker humbucker pickups, some slight denting and cord wear on back otherwise excellent condition, with papers and tags, original yellow lined case
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