When it first appeared in 1955, the ES-225T was Gisbon's first thinline electric guitar.
Its revolutionary design preceded the Byrdland and was passed in 1958 on to the iconic ES-335, 345, 355.
Fitted with powerful and responsive P-90 single coil pick-ups,
it is a perfect guitar for jazz, blues and rock'n'roll.

This guitar is from the last production run just before Gibson replaced it with the ES-330T:
it features the rare and sought-after trapeze tailpiece and floating ABR combination.
Exceptionally clean and original specimen with a very comfortable round neck profile.
Sold with its original mint brown Lifton case.

Sunburst Finish
Florentine Cutaway
P-90 Pick-Ups
Kluson Deluxe Tuners
Dot Neck Inlays
Gold Bonnet Knobs
Nickel Hardware
Non-Wire Tune-O-Matic Bridge
1959 Factory Order Number
Original Brown Lifton Case

Condition - Near Mint

Year Condition Color Case
1959 Near Mint Sunburst Original Hard


Guncotton Guitars
Guncotton Guitars
London, UK
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Opening Hours: 10am - 6pm, Monday to Saturday.

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We are fully aware that no matter how well an instrument is described and pictured from every angle, an approval period is necessary for peace of mind. Any Return must be mutually approved between the buyer and us within 48 hours of delivery of the instrument. Instruments will be refunded in full upon return and inspection, minus shipping charges. Items must be returned in the same condition in which they were received. Buyer is fully responsible for the instrument during approval period. To simplify the procedure, we can arrange collection and delivery on behalf of the customer. Shipping is non­-refundable unless an item as been erroneously described.