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Share Your ES335

ourmaninthenorth

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Thanks man …..never wanted another one ?
Of course, all of them !!!

Although if I'm being honest, my playing style/ambitions are far more suited to a full bodied Archtop.

Spoilt for choice with Gibson as well as innumerable other quite fantastic builders.

I think when me next ship comes in that's where I'm headed.

But keeping this thread on course, the 335's are a thing of real beauty, which I appreciate greatly.
 

Anand Mahangoe

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Of course, all of them !!!

Although if I'm being honest, my playing style/ambitions are far more suited to a full bodied Archtop.

Spoilt for choice with Gibson as well as innumerable other quite fantastic builders.

I think when me next ship comes in that's where I'm headed.

But keeping this thread on course, the 335's are a thing of real beauty, which I appreciate greatly.
totally right...way too many awesome guitars......and those LP models too ;)
 

maplebaby

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