Originally Posted by NoStatic
Can someone tell me difference between a 335 and a 339 please?
If the above arithmatic was too much for you, let's see if I can help out.
(Not you specifically, but this IS
a public forum - others may benefit, eh?)
Think of the ES-335 as a slim acoustic.
Laminate top, back and sides - with a solid block extending from the neck down to the tailpiece.
The ES-339 is a very chambered Les Paul
, to make it overly simple.
Mahogany body routed out like a big bowl, leaving only the needed structural areas for support.
Les Paul-ish Maple cap is then glued on.
Leaves lotsa air inside.
I've heard of a few that had wood chips (?) tumbling around in the hollowed-out areas.
Same for a couple chambered Les Pauls too.
Shake the sh!t out of it before you pay your money.
Glad I could help instead of sh!tting all over your thread.
(THAT WOULD BE A VERY GENEROUS HINT - IF YOU'RE UP TO SPEED ON SUCH THINGS.)