1966 Gibson ES-330 TD, Iced Tea Burst finish in excellent condition, mahogany neck with a Rosewood fretboard, block position inlays and chrome hardware. Aside from the pickguard It's all original, including the case and owners manual. 3-month warranty and 7-day returns policy included.

The ES-330 shares the body shape of the ES-335, ES-345 and ES-355 and is a lightweight, lively sounding guitar when played acoustically or plugged in. It's fitted with powerful P-90 single coil pick-ups which are nicely balanced.

This example has has some light lacquer checking and a few scuffs & scratches on the back of the body, mainly located on the back of the lower horn, while the finish on the front of the body and around the edges is almost entirely free of wear. The back of the neck and headstock are equally as clean with only a few small scuffs around the edges and one on the face of the headstock. Everything remains structurally sound with no breaks/repairs. The frets are in excellent condition having been cleaned and dressed in the workshop and have plenty of life left in them.

This guitar has been set up in our workshop with a fresh set of Ernie ball strings and a low action. Weight 6lbs exactly. Serial 421043. Nut width: 40.5 mm. Depth at 1st fret: 20.2 mm. The pot's are all correct with untouched solder, no stamps are visible due to the solder.

Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Andy Baxter Bass & Guitars Ltd

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