Okay, admittedly I have been on a guitar buying bender the last 4-5 weeks. But this should be my last NGD for a long time. I actually got this 2 weeks ago used online from GC. It's a 2015 Epiphone ES-335 PRO in Iced Tea. The color in particular was/is a huge attractant to me (love Iced Tea bursts), so I when I saw it online for a very reasonable price I decided to take a chance. When it arrived it was aesthetically beautiful and in excellent condition, but the nut had been replaced by a rookie with a TUSQ nut and they ruined the nut in the process. I was tempted to just return it and get a new one... but Iced Tea is only available from certain online retailers and other than the bad nut the rest of the guitar was outstanding and it sounded great (even with the botched nut). So I decided to keep it and just go straight from GC to my favorite luthier and have him make me a handmade bone nut for it (and give it a proper setup). Well, he was quite busy so it took him a couple weeks to get to, so I got it back today (first day I've actually had it for more than a few minutes). Anyway, now that she's got a nice bone nut she's quite a nice player indeed. And as the pics show, a real beauty too. Stats-wise she's a relative lightweight at 7.63lbs and has a neck that measures 0.829" & 0.922" at the 1st and 12th frets respectively. The neck profile, while not super skinny, is fairly "D" shaped (like many Epis) which generally tends not to be a neck shape I care for, but because if has a little general girth to it, it's actually not bad at all... and I'm already warming to it's easy playability. In keeping with my tradition of naming my guitars are actresses/pinup girls/sex symbols, I've chosen to name this one "Claudine" after French beauty Claudine Auger (who is most famous for being a Bond Girl in the 1965 James Bond movie Thunderball [she played Domino Derval--girlfriend of the villain and eventual love interest of Bond] ). Anyway, here's pics!