Gibson ES-333 (2003) SOLD!

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The ES-333 was introduced as an affordable alternative to Gibson’s standard dot reissue. Described in one guitar guide as a “workingman’s 335,” this instrument is notable for its faded satin finish, understated appearance (no pickguard or headstock emblem), and nickel-plated hardware. Yet the tones are anything but one-dimensional. Plugged into a Fender Princeton, this 333 is voiced to deliver a muscular yet articulate tone—think Paul Butterfield-era Elvin Bishop mixed in with a touch of Larry Carlton’s burnished “Kid Charlemagne” timbre. Comes loaded with stock open-coil Alnico Magnet 490R and a 498T humbuckers. In 9/10, virtually unplayed condition. Comes with an equally pristine TKL hardshell case. SOLD--Thanks Rich!

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The ES-333 was introduced as an affordable alternative to Gibson’s standard dot reissue. Described in one guitar guide as a “workingman’s 335,” this instrument is notable for its faded satin finish, understated appearance (no pickguard or headstock emblem), and nickel-plated hardware. Yet the tones are anything but one-dimensional. Plugged into a Fender Princeton, this 333 is voiced to deliver a muscular yet articulate tone—think Paul Butterfield-era Elvin Bishop mixed in with a touch of Larry Carlton’s burnished “Kid Charlemagne” timbre. Comes loaded with stock open-coil Alnico Magnet 490R and a 498T humbuckers. In 9/10, virtually unplayed condition. Comes with an equally pristine TKL hardshell case. SOLD–Thanks Rich!