Are you a 335 type?

jlee

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Years ago, I had a Epi Riviera that I ran with a single Duncan Distortion in the bridge. That was one crunchy and loud guitar!
 

flamesarewicked

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It’s on my bucket list... once I get some gear debt paid down... cherry block 335 will be it


Or to get my Marty McFly on... 345 with a added Bigsby
 

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I love the bigness of a 335 guitar, but I prefer to play the singlecuts like 135/137s.
 

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I sure don't, but it looks pretty good.
 

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I’m really getting acquainted with my Edwards. The fret work is great and I’m getting used to the Seymour Duncan custom 5 and jazz pups. It’s balanced well and with my new rocket archer pedal set as a slight boost, I can get dirt on the bridge, and clean by switching to the middle or neck pup. It feels great sliding around the neck. Jumbo frets with a 50s feel to the neck, maybe a bit flatter than my 2016 trad but still chunky. Hot times.

She is making me late for work. Up too late and noodling in the morning.
 

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My black Edwards was lonely so I made an offer on reverb for this beautiful red Eddie e-sa 125. Turns out the owner is a member here and we struck a deal. This is a 2008, my current model is a 2007.

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