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1960 Gibson ES-335

$30,000
Did you know there were only 21 red ES-335's made in 1960? That makes them even more rare than a 60 blonde (they made 88 of those). I suppose the fact that they made loads of 61's in red tempers the rarity a bit. Anyway, it's stunning-beautiful finish with almost no fade and all original except for what looks like a partial re-fret. This is what watermelon red looks like before it fades. Perfect...
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1960 Gibson ES-335

$21,000
Everybody wants a 59 and we all know why. It's that big ol' neck. Well, this is a 60 and I'm guessing the neck on this one is bigger than the neck on your 59 and it's going to cost you half as much. When I got this guitar, it had all of its original parts except that the neck had been broken and it was re-necked in 1965, almost certainly by Gibson. The guitar sounded just great but the neck was...
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1960 Gibson ES-335

$27,000
Early 60 ES-335's are a steal these days because 59's have gotten so pricey (everybody wants a 59, it seems). Especially the early ones that have the 59 features-bigger neck, the bonnet knobs, the shallow neck angle, the long guard, of course PAF's. This 60 is a bit unusual in that its never had stop tail stud holes drilled in it. This is a factory Bigsby only and they are pretty rare. You can...
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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 TDN with Custom Factory 345 Fretboard!

$75,000
Extremely rare ES-335TDN with custom-ordered ES-345 fretboard and natural finish The ES-335TD (and its variants) is one of Gibson’s most important contributions to electric guitar design. With its semi-hollow body and added solid center block, a traditional Gibson carved-top and “F” hole construction, it kept the traditional Gibson appearance – thinning the body depth was the “trigger” that...
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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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2014 Gibson ES-335 '60 Reissue 50th Anniversary VOS

$3,895
Super clean, lightweight, 50th Anniversary '60 Reissue ES-335 in Natural. Comes with COA, and original hardshell case. This is an amazing guitar, if it had the larger deep neck profile, I'd keep it for myself!
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1967 Gibson ES-335 TD

$5,495
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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2011 Gibson ES-335

$2,399
9.99999 out of 10. Great Gibson slinky playability/tone. Zero fret wear. All notes sound clear Case candy. OHSC is mint. Wide flat early 60's style neck. For jazz, blues, or rock, this beauty has a sweet sound you won't find elsewhere. The Gibson ES-335 Reissue Electric Guitar is about the most versatile guitar you can have. Classic semi-hollowbody design and dual '57 Gibson Classic...
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1988 Gibson ES-335

$2,995
A classic reissue at a great price for minor cosmetics. These 1980s ES-Dot models have always been favorite ES-335s of our customers, darn close to one that actually is from the early 1960s without the $35K price tag. Got that great shallow contour super-comfy neck, got the right pickups, got the right balance, most surely got the tone. And when they’ve been set up right here in our own shop they...
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2006 Gibson ES-335

$2,100
Summary: The ES-335 was introduced in 1958 to bridge the gap between the popular hollow-body instruments of the day, and the newer, more streamlined solid-body models. The semi-hollow design provides a woody, acoustic ring while reducing the sensitivity to feedback that plagues fully hollow guitars. Body: Dual cutaway semi-hollow design. Arched maple laminate top, back and rims. Solid maple...
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~1970 Gibson ES 335-12

$2,500
This Gibson ES 335-12 serial number 907093 is in very good plus condition. The 12th fret inlay is missing, the original Klusons have been replaced with pearloid button mini Schallers, the trapeze tailpiece has been replaced with a stop tailpiece. Although the black light test doesn’t show it, it appears that there has been an “overspray” to address a...
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~1970 Gibson ES 335-12

$2,500
This Gibson ES 335-12 serial number 907093 is in very good plus condition. The 12th fret inlay is missing, the original Klusons have been replaced with pearloid button mini Schallers, the trapeze tailpiece has been replaced with a stop tailpiece. Although the black light test doesn’t show it, it appears that there has been an “overspray” to address a...
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~1970 Gibson ES 335-12

$2,500
This Gibson ES 335-12 serial number 907093 is in very good plus condition. The 12th fret inlay is missing, the original Klusons have been replaced with pearloid button mini Schallers, the trapeze tailpiece has been replaced with a stop tailpiece. Although the black light test doesn’t show it, it appears that there has been an “overspray” to address a...
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1966 Gibson ES-335-12

$3,500
Retrofret Stock # 6880. Gibson ES-335-12 Model 12 String Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1966), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 853680, sunburst lacquer finish, laminatad maple body; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black chipboard case. Gibson's first single-neck electric 12-srting, the ES-335-12 was introduced in mid-1965 in response to the twelve-string craze which...
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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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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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2005 Gibson Custom Shop Larry Carlton LC335 Mr-335 Guitar ES-335 w/ ohsc

$3,499.99
Up for sale, a 2005 Gibson "Custom, Art & Historic" Larry Carlton LC335 in exceptional condition and in perfect working order. This Custom Shop signature model has all of the hallmarks of Carlton's famed '68 ES-335 down to surprisingly minute details including the placement of the stop tailpiece, Schaller tuners, era correct 1 9/16" nut width, and slightly taller fretwire that goes over the...
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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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1968 Guild® Starfire™ I

$2,450
Retrofret Stock # 3376. Guild Starfire I Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Bass Guitar (1968), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # BA-1791, sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black hard shell case. The 1960's Guild Starfire bass has gained more attention lately as one of the decade's most distinctive bass guitars. Despite its general...
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1961 Gibson ES335

$26,444
Gibson ES335 1961 Cherry Dot Neck Factory Stop Bar PAFs Internally / Externally Original Condition 9++/10 Note - Original “Dot Marker” 335s are among the worlds most iconic of all vintage instruments , the above instrument is one of the worlds finest examples
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1970 Gibson ES335

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For more info: http://no1guitar.se/64378-gibson-es335-red-1970.html
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1966 Gibson ES335

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For more info: http://no1guitar.se/64398-gibson-es335-bigsby-1966.html
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1970 Gibson ES335

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Gibson ES335 Red 1970 Bridgepickup changed to higher output p-u 11,24 kOhm. Like new. New case. Highres images on request. Price: SEK 42.000.- Visit our webshop for more info: http://no1guitar.se/64381-gibson-es335-red.html
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Gibson 1970 Gibson ES-335 TD Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitar Cherry Sunburst

$4,999
Classic semi-hollow feel and tone has never looked or sounded better! This vintage 1970 ES-335 features the classic laminate Maple body and center block construction that has inspired rock and jazz guitarists for almost 60 years. The classic Cherry Sunburst finish looks gorgeous, and the trapeze tailpiece gives a bit more room for the finish to shine! The set Mahogany neck is topped with a...
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1967 Gibson ES-335

$5,500
This Gibson ES-335 was made in the USA in 1967. It has a very cool looking Sparkling Burgundy finish. This was Gibson's version of Candy Apple Red. The finish is heavily checked and oxidized and looks great in my opinion - a true relic. I think at one point there might have been a sticker on the top because there is some unevenness to the fade of the color, but there is no residue, and I...
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1960 Gibson ES-345

$16,000
It's mind boggling how something 56 years old can look this good. A lot of bad stuff can happen to a guitar over that many years but this very early 60 (59 transitional neck) is about as close to mint as it gets. No wear, no checking, no issues. Only minor gold wear and a chip at the upper corner of the back of the headstock keeps me from calling it mint. This guitar has been converted to mono...
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