Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by lespaulreedsmith, Feb 25, 2015.
yay! 59 neck carve... slight flame... my Epiphone ES335 Pro is about to be up for sale.
Cool looks like a dot. But how does it have a 59 neck shape?
I don't know but it's not the 60's slim. What else could it be? Don't know much about the neck choices on these except I have a Les Paul with the fat 50's carve and had some with 60's slim and this is neither. What else is there?
It could be a "fat neck" dot or just a thicker neck than most 60s necks . I have one that is beefier than most 60s necks , but it doesn't come close to my 50s Traditional.
Wow, that looks great!
Yup, that's a looker there! Exactly the kind of finish I'd be after if I was getting a Gibby 335.
ETA...I just noticed the orientation of the pole pieces on the pickups. Kinda weird, all my double HB guitars are reversed of those.
It's not a fat neck dot. Likely is a beefier 60s. My 335 dot has a "60s" neck that's as thick as my 50's neck LP traditional. Congrats on the guitar. Looks beautiful.
I know. Been waiting to switch them back but interested to see if I can hear the difference... what do you guys think about how they've been turned? Most people say very little if any difference in tone...
It would be interesting to see if there is a difference after you turned them. I kinda doubt it really makes a difference, but who knows?
Yeh not a fat neck as they have klusons. I have a dot with a fatter than typical 60's neck. One of the reasons I bought it. That's a beauty