Gibson 1959 ES-335 Dot Reissue Electric Guitar
The most defining attribute to the sound of the Gibson ES-335 is the fact it’s built to sound like a hollow body guitar. The f-holes built into the hollow side wings of the instrument help to provide that resonant, warm sustain. Of course, this sound is only propelled further by the axe’s custom bucker pickups, capable of the snarling grit and reckless overdrive required to walk the line between blues and rock.
Because the ES-335 is equipped with a one-piece rosewood fingerboard and 22 medium jumbo frets, you’ll be able to let your fingers dance up and down the neck with speed and comfort, with more than enough room to execute bluesy bends. Its hide-glued mahogany neck is also a key factor in the sustain and response that players have grown to love about this guitar. And another thing to love is the protection that you’re getting with this guitar, as Gibson not only provides a hardshell case with the instrument but also a limited lifetime warranty.