Most highly regarded eras/runs for ES335

Discussion in 'Historics & Reissues' started by MasterEvan07, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. christophervolume

    christophervolume Senior Member

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    Exactly! Your spot on about the binding. It looks perfect. You can see the cool wood grain through the antique red. Let me see if I can get a good shot with my phone. The grain is more pronounced on the back.
     
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    I have been playing my standard 2014 ES 335 Dot a lot lately. It is a great guitar. It would take a pretty special CS guitar for me to trade up. And the Dot is certainly sweet enough that I am not likely to trade up. The slim neck might be a problem for some (I thought it might be for me) but I have grown to appreciate the slim neck. I don't even think about it when playing. And I do have a handful of big necked guitars, also.

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    I "upgraded" an MIK Sheraton with 57 Classics and a full harness. It gives my $2000 dearer Gibson a run for its money in every way.
     

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