I know, I know, 335's in general vary a great deal from piece to piece, tone is subjective, blah blah blah. My theory is it's because there are so many pieces of wood going into it, there are more variables. Every one of those trees has to have a happy life to have a happy guitar at the end of the day. That aside, which 335 model from Gibson do you think would be the best bet for tone per $$$? Requirements: Gibson brand, ES-335, humbuckers, a tunomatic or a bigsby. I like Heritage and Tokai, but I get a discount on Gibsons so . . .