i don't think i've ever seen that before.
the dark ones near the dark edge and the lighter ones on the inside.
Thank you!Very nice guitar, congrats! As many have already stated, nothing like a 335, nothing. Here’s a few of mine that I really dig. If you don’t have one, get one, you will not regret it!
Figured Turquoise, 70’s Walnut, Hand Select “63”
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Here’s another one of my 63’s flanked by my “98” RS GuitarWorks 57 Gold Top 59 Conversion and my Wine Red Signature “T”.
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Told ya! They have a sound all their own. Very addicting guitar, glad you are diggin it, it gets better. Check this out!I just plugged it into one of my amps for the first time and 3 hours went by!
It sounds so much better than I had imagined.
Can't wait to take it to jam night this week.
First time I saw them was at that show! I was 12 (went by myself). I rode the Marta train down there.i first heard them in 1978. my mom didn't let me go to concerts until i turned 16, so i missed the tour of the hemispheres and permanent waves. my first rush concert was moving pictures/exit stage left on december 9th, 1981 at the Omni in Atlanta.
That's awesome!First time I saw them was at that show! I was 12 (went by myself). I rode the Marta train down there.
To this day, one of my all time favorite concert experiences!
With the Alex Lifeson auction coming up next week, I had an overwhelming urge to scratch the ES-335 itch that I've probably had since I first saw him with "Whitey" (which is, of course, an ES-355) way back in 1978.
2022 Gibson ES-335. Looking forward to playing it quite a bit this weekend. View attachment 597307
I've had a satin ES335 in natural or vintage sunburst on my wishlist for a while. I would also consider Alex L my #1 ES335 influence.Satin Vintage Burst, yes, sir.