2013 Gibson Custom 1963 ES-335 TDC, 50th Anniversary VOS, Featherweight

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  1. '59Fatburst

    '59Fatburst Senior Member

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    I'm selling my 2013 50th Anniversary Gibson ES-335 TDC VOS in faded cherry. This guitar shows very little use or playwear and is almost new. There's a few small finish swirls but no heavy dings, chips, etc. This guitar is nicely resonant and acoustically lively. You can literally feel the air puffing out of the F holes as you play! It has a nice and dry, woody presence. Plugged in the neck pickup is warm, smooth and buttery. The middle position setting is jangly and funky. The bridge has snap, pop and bite without a hint of harshness. The neck is a nice medium "C" that's not too thin and increases in depth around the 12th fret. The fretboard is nice and dark, very dense and vintage looking. This one is a total featherweight at 7.48 lbs. on my digital scale. This ES includes it's black/gold hard shell case, COA and dated inspection/warranty pamphlet. I'm looking for $3100 shipped and Paypal'd in the CON US. I'd take a partial trade in a Relic Nocaster or Telecaster under 7 lbs (No crazy colors).
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  2. fidelius

    fidelius Junior Member

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    what do u mean when u say, faded cherry? is it the finish? because I see it glossy, or is it only the color?
     

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