Originally Posted by Mike Irvin
The 339 ... is a 3 piece body, excluding the wood block inside.
The back is glued to the sides, with a maple top glued on that.
The 336, is the same basic guitar as the 339...
It has a 2 piece body.
The lower body is a solid piece of mahogany, that has been milled out hollow,
but leaving the center wood block section, and then has a maple cap attached.
Did I get this all wrong then?
Did I confuse the 336 with the 339?
I have to confess, owning a 335 made me only minimally interested in these two.
You're saying the 339 does not
have the one-piece milled out back?
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