- Jan 24, 2010
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The 330 is a different animal to play. The P-90's mean instant vintage tone. I play mostly at low volume, through my Champ with fuzz as often as clean. I thought the fully hollow construction would mean more easily induced feedback. But that really hasn't been the case. Mine is very light. And it is built and finished in a way that none of my other guitars can touch.How do you like the 330 compared with the 335's? Is the feedback from the fully hollow body a pain to deal with?
I've seriously been GAS'ing for a 330 after picking up my 335 so am curious how people that own both enjoy the 330. I've come to adore my 335 and thought of another one with P90s is incredible!
While the 335 and 330 can sound a lot alike, the way they feel is just very different. Up the neck access is limited above the 16th fret. It definitely covers some unique territory for jazz, British Invasion pop, and raunchy late 50's, early 60's rock. I played it almost exclusively for a year before I got the 335, which I didn't put down for about another year.
The 335 covers much more territory, but if you want a real classic hollowbody in the shape of a 335, the 330 does it in spades.
This is where the 330 lives, for me
It will jazz with the best of them, too.