I've been collecting buying and selling ES 335/345/355 guitars for 20 years.I got my first one in 1966 when I was 14 years old. OK Guitars is located at 11 Railroad Street in Kent, CT.If you want to email me, you can find me at [email protected] you have a Gibson guitar and you don't know what it is, email me or bring it to the shop at 11 Railroad Street in Kent, CT.It has quite a few vintage touches(8 hole single ply pickguard, butt end truss rod adjuster, fiesta red color, vintage size fretsw/ maple neck) It looks like it could be a vintage re-issue except for the modern style string trees and die-cast "Fender" tuners. I'm no expert on these so please take my comments as being only my own personal opinion and use them for what you feel they are worth.According to the info here on Fender.com, the T series serial number indicates that it is probably a '94 - '95 and to my eyes, the instrument does look consistent with that era.During the 1980s Fender was making some very nice guitars under the Squire name. It truly rivals the MIJ Fender guitars of that time.Does anybody know if this model was a re-issue of a particular vintage Fender Strat year??
By 66, a second pickup was optional (EB-2D) with a second volume and tone and a three way switch. EB-2D’s from the mid to late 60’s can be found in the 00-00 range and are readily available.
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Call 2 or email me at [email protected] the 335 is not the most popular guitar in the history of the Gibson line, it has been in production the longest.
it is all stock except for the entire tremelo bridge assembly.
The original was rusted too badly to use, so was replaced by a GFS vintage bent steel saddle model.