Discussion in '"Vintage" Instruments' started by sgt_steiner, Sep 2, 2017.
345's and 355's too!
I've heard about the blond 355s - but I've never seen one for sale
Gorgeous! Enjoy that guitar!
That's awesome. I bought a 59 355 from Charlie earlier this year and he was a gentleman and an encyclopedia to boot. Congrats!
Wondering if I'm the only one who's been returning to this thread and drooling over those pics?
I guess they do have more fun, congrats!
Holy crap that guitar is gorgeous
Killer classic P90 Gibson tone that can handle any genre of music. I'll bet she sounds as good as she looks. Here's a cool pic of a ES330 played by the great Grant Green. Enjoy !
What it looks like when you pop open the case in a coffee shop
Damn that's beautiful.
I dig it. I have a sunburst 1960 ES-330TD.
Isn't it crazy how light those things are? But they play with a lot of power. What a great guitar, congrats!
That does it...I'm putting black covers on my '68 longneck!
I always though the chromes were too blingy.
I'll keep 'em in the case with the nylon saddles
@Jahn - Yeah, this one's under six pounds. Crazy light. But so damned resonant! I agree with Charlie Gelber that these are the last great "sleeper guitars" in the vintage market. Bottom line -- They're just so much fun!
Enjoy! Play the hell out of it but do it with respect to the instrument. I'm jealous.
Wow, Sarge - CONGRATS, that's a real beauty, and I love a hotter bridge P-90! I bet it sounds fantastic.
Dud, you're STOKED!
Thanks for the pics, Dana O.
Gorgeous!!!!!! Congrats man, you scored a beauty!!! Nothing beats great vintage guitars!!!!
Very nice. How much?
(Just kidding, great score!)
Congratulations on your exceptional ES find. Yeah, Charlie is "the man." He has taken the time to answer my questions over the years even though I'm not a customer (or, unfortunately, likely to be one in the future)