Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Jura, Jan 25, 2012.
Oooh, I've always wanted one of those.
This is literally about 5 threads below this one-
Damn! Now the originals are gonna go up in price and I'd really like to own an original...
Hell yeah !! 16 fretter ... It was about time, my next guit
Damn right. I'm buying the hell outta one of those asap
I have a 63 that I picked up about 5-6 years ago(cheap!)...fantastic guitars! Even the vintage models are affordable still.
My all-time favorite electric guitar. I've been waiting for them to release a Dot Neck 330 re-issue forever (it seems). Unfortunately (for me), they've decided to team it up with their earlier 50's profile neck, as opposed to the early 60s neck, which I greatly prefer. That's OK, I can't afford to be lusting after any expensive guitars at this point anyway. Fortunately , though, I already have a couple of originals (well, a '61 330 & a '61 Epi Casino).
Anyone know what the cost of these guitars may be I would like to know . A few months ago I was talking with a Gibson rep who mentioned these guitars but did not know the cost at that time .
Had my ES 330 1959 for a week now lovin the tone .
My 66 es330 is my favorite guitar. Curious about these!
Too bad about the trapeze...
I had a 330L that sounded awesome but I couldn't abide with the 30/60 neck. I bet it's a great guitar!
I sold my Gibson ES L after playing the new ES 330 and a side by side comparison found the ES L to be a nice instrument no question but the ES 330 1959 reissue just had that vintage tone , fatter neck that Ive found on the older 330s .
Love the finish great job making this instrument look older without over doing it and the under wound P90s well they are way cool indeed .
I´m speechless ...
Hard to imagine more beautiful 330 !!
what´s wrong with the trapese ? Thats the way it is supposed to be..
It is a full hollowbody, how would you anchor a TOM w.stoptail there
Greg Koch is awesome! Entertaining as heck even when he isn't playing guitar!
It's a hollowbody