This is a Modified Gibson Custom shop 355 custom from my personal collection in +MINT CONDITIN+. The Modification has been done by a Master luthier in Las Vegas guitar Custom Shop.


Includes: All Original parts, Original Hardshell Case, Certificate of Authenticity and all Paperwork.

  • Semi-Hollowbody Electric Guitar
  • VOS Finish
  • Laminated Maple Top, Back, and Sides
  • Quartersawn Mahogany Neck
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • Block Mother of Pearl Inlays
  • 24-3/4" Scale Length
  • 22 Frets
  • Custombucker Humbuckers
  • ABR-1 Bridge
  • Long Lyre Maestro Vibrola tremolo
  • Gold/Envoy custom order knobs
  • Grover Mother-of-Pearl Imperial Tuners 
  • Gold VOS Hardware
  • .900" Neck Thickness at 1st Fret
  • .980" Neck Thickness at 12th Fret


Description

The 1959 ES-355 Reissue VOS semi-hollow electric guitar is a stunning recreation of a 1959 ES-355 with multi-ply binding and a solid ebony fingerboard adorned this perfect recreation of a 1959 ES-355 model. This special Gibson Custom guitar features authentic profiles, contours and construction methods for an incredible playing and ownership experience.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Custom 1959 ES-355 Reissue Semi-hollow
Finish
  • Ebony
Year
  • 2019
Made In
  • United States
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

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Ultimate Guitar Boutique

Los Angeles, CA, United States
Sales:102
Joined Reverb:2019

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