1963 Gibson ES-335 TDC previously owned by INXS and made famous by Eric Clapton with Cream in their 1968 concert at The Royal Albert Hall.
A Newsmaker from its first appearance, this model offered outstanding performance for ensembles, recording, radio and TV at an amazingly modest price.
Curly Maple Arched Top and Back with Vibrant Cherry Finish, Nickel Plated Metal Parts. Slim, Fast Low-Action Neck joins Body at 20th Fret. One Piece Mahogany Neck, Adjustable Truss Rod, Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard with Pearl Block Inlays.
This vintage Gibson ES-335 guitar is in Perth, Western Australia.
Adjustable Tune-O-Matic Bridge with Nylon Saddles, Factory Stop Bar Tailpiece, Black Reflector Knobs.
Twin Humbucking Patent Number Pickups with separate Volume and Tone controls, Three Position Toggle Switch, 5-Ply Short Pickguard,
Small hairline crack at nut has been glued and repaired by Piers Crocker in Sydney. Original Single Line Tuners in Case.
The 1963 Gibson ES-335 is one of the most collectable Gibson Guitars in their history and a highly desirable piece with any vintage guitar enthusiast.
|Body:||Curly Maple Arched Top and Back. 16" wide, 19" long, 1 3/4" thin, 24 3/4" scale|
|Pickups:||Patent # Pickups|
|Neck:||One Piece Mahogany Neck with 22 Frets|
|Markers:||Square Block Mother of Pearl Inlays|
|Case:||Brown Exterior with Pink Lining Gibson Case from 1959|
|Modifications & Repairs:||Replaced Tuners from later 335. Original 1963 Tuners in Case, Repaired small hairline crack at nut.|