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Joe Bonamassa ES-335

Joined
Feb 27, 2007
Messages
127
Guys,
I just got JB060 yesterday. Had not planned on it but the thing just felt looked and sounded so good, I had to have it.

I realize it is a Memphis build, but does not fit the usual Memphis specs. Can someone tell me the differences between the Joe B ES and the Nashville/Historic guitars? Where does it land between Memphis and Nashville?

Not that it matters at all, it's a great guitar. But I would like to sound like I know what I am talking about when asked what exactly what it is.
 

garywright

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Joined
Aug 17, 2002
Messages
14,243
I wish I could help you but I will say the sunburst version of these are beautiful !

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cryptozoo

New member
Joined
Jun 25, 2008
Messages
2,738
Woah, these are expensive as hell. This is a non-Historic model?!
 

mistersnappy

Active member
Joined
Jan 20, 2006
Messages
7,306
Damn, thats nice looking! I really like the vintage dot-necks and its cool to see Gibby getting that look down. I assume they sound great as well.
 
Joined
Feb 27, 2007
Messages
127
I will take some pics next week. I really have too much going on right at the moment and the strings sound really new. I don't find any build specs on it.

I know it really is beautiful and sounds just as good.
 
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