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Clean! Gibson Memphis Custom Late ’60s ES-335 VOS 2016 LightBurst + OHSC COA

Description


Lovies Guitars is offering up this gorgeous and Clean Gibson ES-335 Memphis Custom Late 60’s Reissue in Vintage Sunburst! These guitars are great. They are easy to play and the perfect size to handle. Has a very nice balanced tone. Articulate highs without being too harsh and smooth lows without any mud. Guitar has not seen much use and only has a few small scuffs on the back and tiny marks. 9.5 of 10. See tons of HD pics below! Includes original case and COA. All origianl except Seth Lover Duncans, originals included though.
WEIGHS in at: 7.70 lbs
.874” at the 1st
1.010” at the 12th
Serial # 670101
SKU: 2814

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Neck
Wood Species: Mahogany
Pieces: 1

Details
Truss Rod: Historic
Profile: Late 60’s
Thickness at Fret 1: 21.971 mm / .865″
Thickness at Fret 12: 25.146 mm / .990″
Other Materials: Franklin Titebond 50
Average Weight: 376.4817 gm / 0.830 lbs

Peg Head
Type: SP-1
Inlay: Mother of Pearl Low Crown
Peg Head Binding: None
Logo: Mother of Pearl “Gibson”
Silkscreen: None
Headstock Angle: 17 degrees
Tonal, Resonant, and/or Technical Effect: The wood, construction, and headstock pitch all contribute greatly to the tone, aiding this guitar’s exceptional sustain and depth, and yielding a resonance that can be felt right through the body

Neck Fit
Joint Angle: 4 degrees
Joint Angle Tolerance: 0 deg 0 min 15 sec
Type: Mortise and Tenon
Adhesive: Hot Hide Glue
Gauges Used:
Pitch Height Gauge, Alignment Gauge
Nut
Style: White
Material: Nylon
Width: 4.3358 cm / 1.707″
Slots:
E: 1.2268 mm / 0.0483 inches
A: 0.9601 mm / 0.0378 inches
D: 0.6934 mm / 0.0273 inches
G: 0.4534 mm / 0.01785 inches
B: 0.3467 mm / 0.01365 inches
e: 0.2667 mm / 0.0105 inches

Fingerboard
Wood Species: Rosewood
Pieces: 1
Shade: Dark

Fingerboard Details
Radius: 30.48 cm / 12 ”
Frets: 22
Nut/End of Board: 4.0259 cm / 1.585″ @ nut, 5.07492 cm / 1.998″ @ end of board
Scale: 62.865 cm / 24.75″
Binding: Tan
Side Dots (Color): Tortoiseshell

Fingerboard Inlays
Style: Block
Material: Period Correct Celluloid
Dimensions: 19.558 mm x 12.70 mm / 0.770″ x 0.500″
Average Weight: 147.4175 gm / 5.200 o

Sours: https://loviesguitars.com/product/clean-gibson-memphis-custom-late-60s-es-335-vos-2016-lightburst-ohsc-coa/

NAMM 2016: Gibson Memphis unveils 2016 electric guitar range

Introduction

NAMM 2016: While Gibson's core USA range announcements can sometimes prove controversial, the Memphis division's new lines of hollowbodies and semi-hollows rarely provoke anything other than pure desire, and 2016 is no different.

Most notable among this year's 16-strong line-up are enhanced period-correct features on Historic models (hide glue, quarter sawn Adirondack bracing), plus improvements to Core models (titanium saddles, redesigned ES-335 neck profiles).

What's more, the guitar in the centre of the image above looks to be what Gibson has called "an entirely new jazz guitar"… but the company has yet to release a name or specs, so more on that as we have it.

Click through the gallery for a closer look at Gibson Memphis's new guitars.

Gibson 2016 ES-339 Studio

  • Body: Classic semi-hollow construction more compact dimensions
  • Fingerboard: With black binding and simple dot inlays
  • Neck: One-piece maple neck
  • Nut: Black Corian nut
  • Pickups: 57 Classic and Super 57 humbuckers
  • Controls: Traditional control section
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 ES-335 Studio

  • Body: Classic semi-hollow construction with solid center block
  • Fingerboard: Black binding with simple dot inlays
  • Neck: One-piece maple neck
  • Nut: Black Corian nut
  • Pickups: 57 Classic and Super 57 humbuckers
  • Controls: Traditional control section
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 ES-339 Satin

  • Body: Classic ES-335 shape to smaller dimensions
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
  • Neck: Redesigned dimensions for improved strength and comfortable feel
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Burstbucker 1 & 2
  • Bridge: ABR-1 bridge with titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece: Locking stopbar
  • Finish: Satin lacquer finish

Gibson 2016 ES-Les Paul Studio

  • Body: Les Paul styling meets semi-acoustic ES-335 construction
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with trapezoidal Les Paul inlays
  • Fingerboard binding: Rolled black binding for superb playing comfort
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: 57 Classic & Super 57 humbuckers
  • Nut: Black Corian
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer in two new colours (Wine Red and Ginger Burst)

Gibson 2016 ES-335 Satin

  • Body: Classic semi-hollow construction with solid center block
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
  • Neck: Redesigned dimensions for improved strength
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Burstbucker 1 & 2
  • Bridge: TOM-1 with titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece: Locking stopbar
  • Finish: Soft satin finish

Gibson 2016 ES-339

  • Body: Classic ES-335 shape redrawn to smaller dimensions
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
  • Neck: Redesigned dimensions for improved strength and playabilty
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Burstbucker 1 & 2
  • Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece: Locking stopbar
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 ES-Les Paul

  • Body: New Adirondack spruce top bracing
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with trapezoidal Les Paul inlays
  • Fingerboard binding: Rolled for superb playing comfort
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: MHS humbuckers
  • Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer in two new colours (Ebony and Faded Lightburst)

Gibson 2016 ES-335

  • Body: Classic semi-hollow construction with solid center block
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
  • Neck: Redesigned dimensions for improved strength and feel
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Burstbucker 1 & 2
  • Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece: Locking stopbar
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer in more accurate vintage colors

Gibson 2016 ES-335 Figured

  • Body woods: Beautifully figured maple back and sides
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with small block inlays
  • Neck: Redesigned for improved strength and playabilty
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Burstbucker 1 & 2
  • Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece: Locking stopbar
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 1963 ES-335TD

  • Body: Correct '63 shape with narrower cutaway horns
  • Fingerboard: Bound rosewood with block inlays
  • Potentiometers: Matched 550k potentiometers
  • Hot hide glue: Historic body and neck construction
  • Truss rod: Tubeless Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: MHS humbuckers
  • Frets: Period-correct .100" x .045" fret wire
  • Finish: VOS nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 1958 ES-335 VOS

  • Body: Correct '58 shape with "Mickey Mouse ears"
  • Fingerboard: Unbound rosewood with dot inlays
  • Potentiometers: Matched 550k potentiometers
  • Construction: Historic body and neck construction
  • Truss rod: Tubeless Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: MHS humbuckers
  • Frets: Period-correct .100" x .045" fret wire
  • Finish: VOS for a gently aged look

Gibson 2016 ES-175 Figured

  • Body: The classic fully-hollow single-cutaway design
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with split-parallelogram inlays
  • Figured woods: Figured maple top and back
  • Fingerboard binding: Rolled for superb playing comfort
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Two 57 Classic humbuckers
  • Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 1959 ES-175D

  • Body: The classic fully-hollow single-cutaway design
  • Fingerboard inlays: Rosewood with split-parallelogram inlays
  • Construction: Neck joint and top braces attached with hot hide glue
  • Fingerboard binding: Rolled for superb playing comfort
  • Truss rod: Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: Two MHS humbuckers
  • Finish: VOS treated nitrocellulose lacquer

Gibson 2016 1959 ES-335TD

  • Body: Correct '59 shape with "Mickey Mouse ears"
  • Fingerboard: Bound rosewood with dot inlays
  • Potentiometers: Matched 550k potentiometers
  • Construction: Historic body and neck construction
  • Truss rod: Tubeless Historic truss rod
  • Pickups: MHS humbuckers
  • Frets: Period-correct .100" x .045" fret wire
  • Finish: VOS for a gently aged look

Gibson 2016 B.B. King Lucille

  • No f-holes: Classic ES-355 style body but without f-holes
  • Finish: Elegant high-gloss Ebony
  • Hardware: Gold-plated throughout
  • Binding: Multi-ply body binding
  • Inlays: Mother-of-pearl block inlays
  • Tone switch: Six-position Varitone tone network
  • Tailpiece: TP-6 fine-tuning tailpiece
  • Pickups: 490R and 490T humbuckers

Gibson 2016 ES-LP Bass

  • Body: ES-LP semi-solid hybrid design
  • Finish: High-gloss nitrocellulose lacquer
  • Hardware: A bass stopbar tailpiece and Tune-o-matic bridge
  • Tuners: Hipshot Ultralite tuners
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood with pearloid trapezoid inlays
  • Nut: Genuine bone
  • Neck: Short-scale neck with rolled binding
  • Pickups: Special design MHS Bass Humbuckers

Mike is editor-in-chief of GuitarWorld.com, in addition to being an offset fiend and recovering pedal addict. He's spent the past decade writing and editing for guitar publications including MusicRadar, Total Guitar and Guitarist, and a decade-and-a-half performing in bands of variable genre (and quality). In his free time, you'll find him making progressive instrumental rock under the nom de plume Maebe.

Sours: https://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/namm-2016-gibson-memphis-unveils-2016-electric-guitar-range-633027
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Gibson 2016 ES-335 Electric Guitar (with Case)

- Top Wood: 3-Ply Plain Maple, Poplar, Maple
- Top Binding: Cream
- Back Wood: 3-Ply Plain Maple, Poplar, Maple
- Back Binding: Cream
- Rims Wood: 3-Ply Plain Maple, Poplar, Maple
- Body Contour Carve: ES (Semi-Hollow)
- Neck Wood: 1 Piece Mahogany
- Truss Rod: Historic
- Neck Profile: Rounded "C"
- Thickness at Fret 1: 21.59 mm / .850"
- Thickness at Fret 12: 24.13 mm / .950"
- Peg Head: SP-1
- Peg Head Inlay: Mother of Pearl Crown
- Peg Head Logo: Mother of Pearl "Gibson"
- Nut: White
- Nut Material: Bone
- Nut Width: 4.2863 cm / 1.6875"
- Fingerboard Wood: 1 Piece Rosewood
- Fingerboard Radius: 30.48 cm / 12"
- Frets: 22
- Nut/End of Board: 4.2863 cm / 1.6875" @ nut, 5.2375 cm / 2.062" @ end of board
- Scale Length: 62.865 cm / 24.75"
- Fingerboard Binding: Cream
- Side Dots (Color): Black
- Fingerboard Inlays: Pearloid Block
- Pickups: Burstbucker 1 and Burstbucker 2
- Tuning Keys: Milk Bottle Grover Rotomatic
- Tuning Ratio: 18:01
- Bridge: ABR-1 with titanium saddles
- Tailpiece: Locking Stop Bar
- Output Jack: 1/4" mono
- Strap Buttons: Aluminum
- Pick Guard: Multi ply black ES-335
- Truss Rod Cover: Black and white bell with engraved F-Hole
- Knobs: Black Top Hat

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: (800) 444-2766

Sours: https://www.zzounds.com/item--GIBESDP16
2016 Gibson ES-335 '58 ES-335 VOS, Part1

2016 Gibson LTD Edition ES-335 in Tascam Orange

This guitar is mint, unplayed, with original hardshell case, COA, etc... The guitar has been setup and is playing beautifully. It also sounds great!


The ES-335 has been a legendary tone machine since 1958. Gibson's 2016 model features a tubeless Historic truss rod, PAF-style Burstbucker 1 and 2 pickups, and redesigned neck shape for increased strength and enhanced playing comfort.

Features:

  • Body Wood- Maple/Poplar/Maple Body
  • Center Block- Maple
  • Neck Wood- Mahogany 
  • Fingerboard- Rosewood
  • Finish- Orange 
  • Pickups- Burstbucker                    
  • Binding- Cream (.093")
  • Scale Length- 24 3/4”
  • Width at Nut- 1.687"-1.702"
  • Width at 12th Fret- 2.062"
  • Number of Frets- 22
  • Inlay Material- Pearloid
  • Nut Type- Bone Nut
  • Truss Rod- Historic
  • Bridge- ABR-1 w/titanium saddles
  • Tailpiece- Stopbar
  • Tuners- Grover Rotomatics 
  • Strap Buttons- Aluminum
  • Case- Gibson Hardshell

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Sours: https://kcvintageguitars.com/products/2016-gibson-memphis-es-335-tascam-orange-limited-edition-model-w-block-inlays-345-355

Es 335 gibson 2016

Gibson Memphis ES-335 Block Cherry 2016

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Guitar Paradiso - 2016 Gibson Memphis \u0026 Memphis Studio ES-335 \u0026 ES-339

Gibson 2016 ES-335 CH

The Gibson 335 has always been a great looking guitar and the 2016 Memphis version is no different.

Tom Quayle

Pros:

Classic good looks
All the best vintage elements combined with just enough modern touches
Superb playability
Wonderful tone both unplugged and plugged in
Very versatile guitar
Great hardcase included

Cons:

That price!

Gibson 2016 Memphis ES-335 Guitar

In an issue where we are giving away copies of the latest book on Gibson's venerable 335, how could we not review its latest incarnation? Tom Quayle tries a genuine classic.

The Gibson 335 is one of the true classic designs in the guitar world, revered with legendary status and played by some of the greatest guitar heroes of them all. With the 2016 Memphis 335, Gibson aim to reproduce a historically accurate version of their iconic guitar but with some modern twists to bring it up to date for the guitar player today.

The basis of the 2016 is the same classic construction of the 1958 original with 3-ply maple/poplar/maple back, top and rims plus a maple centre block running the length of the body for sustain and strength. Internally, Gibson has stuck with spruce bracing and this is matched to a mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard with 60s style, small block inlays and low profile frets. The neck dimensions have been altered slightly to offer an improved feel, with more depth at the neck-headstock joint for extra strength. Rolled neck binding increases the comfort still further on a guitar that has always been known for its friendly playability.

Gibson has upgraded a few other elements on the 2016 335 including Grover Milk Bottle Rotomatic tuners with an impressive 18:1 ratio for better tuning accuracy and feel, a Historic Trussrod with a Teflon coating for easier adjustments and an ABR-1 bridge with titanium saddles that should last at least as long as the guitar does. Other additions include a pair of Burstbucker 1 and 2 Humbuckers in the neck and bridge positions respectively, improved capacitors for less treble bleed on the volume controls and a locking stop bar tailpiece for improved sustain and resonance and easier string changes.

The 335 has always been a great looking guitar and the 2016 Memphis version is no different. Available in a standard Hi-gloss or less expensive satin finish or with a figured maple top, our Cherry Red review model looked superb with its classic block inlays and was extremely well built and finished. Small touches such as the cream binding and f-hole on the truss rod cover give the guitar a top-of-the-range feel that should go some way to justifying the cost of this model. This particular model is available in three finishes, Cherry, Faded Lightburst and Natural, but the Cherry is certainly the most classic of the three.

We were loaned our review sample by the friendly folk at the retailer DV247, so what we had wasn't a guitar that had been specially set up for review by the manufacturer, but was exactly how they had received it from Gibson. That was reassuring as the factory set-up was very well executed - far superior to that on some of the Les Pauls we reviewed in the same session. If this suggests a quality control issue at Brand G, well, at least it isn't uniformly bad! In fact, there was very little, if anything that we would change about the guitar as its playability and sustain were perfect out of the included deluxe hard case. The only complaint that some players might find is the highly glossed neck that can get pretty sticky at times, and would become something of an annoyance under hot stage lights if you are of the sweaty persuasion.

Strumming the 2016 335 unplugged revealed a very lively acoustic tone with lots of sustain and resonance with plenty of detail across the entire range of the guitar. There were no dead spots at all and notes were fat and round all the way up to the 21st fret on the high E string. The low profile frets and titanium saddles allow for excellent intonation, with chords sounding great all the way up neck without anything offending the ears or sounding out of place. Plugging in revealed some classic PAF-style Rock and clean tones with plenty of bite and warmth from both pickups, but a slight extra level of detail that seems to be present in the entire 2016 Memphis collection from Gibson. It’s a nice addition and works especially well in higher gain situations where the extra bite allows more complex chords to still shine through and avoid being muddied up and lost in the mix.

Of course, as with all 335s this model can run the full stylistic range from Rock to Blues to Jazz and Funk with an ease and authority that other guitars can only dream of, probably only stopping short of high gain Metal as a no-go area.

The hardest question to answer is whether this guitar is worth the very high price that Gibson is asking for it. It’s a great guitar for sure and it’s certainly cheaper than a vintage 335 that probably doesn’t sound and play as well anyway, but there are a lot of cheaper alternatives out there that offer very similar versatility and playability for less money. Of course, there is the resale value to consider, because a genuine Gibson is likely to hold its value better than a less prestigious brand but, even so, you still have to be able to afford one in the first place. If you simply must have Gibson on the headstock then this is the guitar for you, but it may well be worth checking out the competition too if you want to save some money and still get a great guitar in the 335 vein, since the prices that Gibson are charging right now are quite hard to swallow for the average consumer. No doubt this is a great guitar though!

 

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Sours: https://www.guitarinteractivemagazine.com/review/gibson-2016-es-335-ch/

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Gibson ES-335 Cherry - 2016

There are certain guitars that stand the test of time and with its timeless design, effortless playability and rich history, it's easy to see why the Gibson ES-335 remains such an iconic guitar.

Featuring a 3-ply Maple/Poplar/Maple body with a Maple centre block and Spruce bracing, it's finished in a classic Cherry. Delivering a rich and authentic tone, the 2016 ES-335 is super resonant and beautifully balanced; it just oozes that real Gibson vibe.

The neck is something special, crafted from Mahogany; it features a gorgeous bound Rosewood fingerboard, embellished with the original block Pearloid inlays. With 22 frets, a 12" radius and a 24.75" scale length it feels smooth and comfortable, equally at home playing slick lead work or heavy chord strumming.

A pair of Burstbucker humbuckers delivers those classic '60s tones, deep, rich and resonant they offer great clarity. These PAF style pickups feature unbalanced coils for a truly historic sound.

With a Gibson hardcase, this guitar is a worthy addition to the ES-335 family.

Sours: https://www.peachguitars.com/guitars/electric-guitars/gibson-es-335-cherry-2016.htm


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