1968 Gibson ES-330td

1968 Gibson ES-330td

From the 1968 Gibson catalog, "Everything's going for you with this beauty. Big Gibson sound with twin adjustable pickups. A thin silhouette that's easy to play. Slim, fast low-action neck with full 22 frets. A great guitar to give or to get. Brilliant Cherry or Sunburst finish." Gibson updated the…
1961 Gibson ES-330td

1961 Gibson ES-330td

From the Gibson catalog, 1960: "A wonderful instrument with truly magical tone available in single and double pickup models. The double cutaway body and thin silhouette make it wonderfully easy to hold and play." High praise from the company simultaneously manufacturing the Les Paul Standard and ES-335td. An ES-330td in…
1961 Gibson ES-330td

1961 Gibson ES-330td

From the 1960 Gibson catalog, "A wonderful instrument with truly magical tone available in single and double pickup models. The double cutaway body and thin silhouette make it wonderfully easy to hold and play." High praise from the company simultaneously manufacturing the Les Paul Standard and ES-335td. An ES-330td in…
1960 Gibson ES-330td

1960 Gibson ES-330td

From the 1960 Gibson catalog, "A wonderful instrument with truly magical tone available in single and double pickup models. The double cutaway body and think silhouette make it wonderfully easy to hold and play." High praise from the company simultaneously manufacturing the Les Paul Standard and ES-335tdc. An ES-330td in…
1966 Gibson ES-330tdc

1966 Gibson ES-330tdc

Gibson's Thinline Archtop line has been an industry favorite since its introduction with the in 1955. The ES-330 was fully hollow instead of having a solid center block in the body like the ES-335. This model's warm, bluesy tone offers golden age vintage Gibson electric tone spanning many genres from…
1967 Gibson ES-330td

1967 Gibson ES-330td

Gibson's Thinline Archtop line has been an industry favorite since its introduction with the ES-225 T in 1955. The ES-125 TD, ES-330 TD and ES-335 TD were introduced a few years later and featured a traditional archtop body but decreased the depth of the body from about 3.5" to 1.75".…
1964 Gibson ES-330 TDC

1964 Gibson ES-330 TDC

Gibson's Thinline Archtop line has been an industry favorite since its introduction with the ES-225 T in 1955. The ES-125 TD, ES-330 TD and ES-335 TD were introduced a few years later and featured a traditional archtop body but decreased the depth of the body from about 3.5" to 1.75".…
1966 Gibson ES-330 TDC in its original Lifton case

1966 Gibson ES-330 TDC in its original Lifton case

The ES-330 was Gibson's mid level thinline electric guitar. Unlike the ES-335, the ES-330 was fully hollow with no solid Maple block running the length of the guitar. It also featured two P-90 pickups and a neck that joined the body at the 16th. The thin, hollow body allows for great…
1966 Gibson ES-330

1966 Gibson ES-330

The Gibson ES-330 was constructed with a fully hollow body of laminate Maple with two howlin' P-90 pickups. Since it doesn't have a center block like a 335, it's lighter and more resonant. The P-90s are hot and have lots of output. This guitar was lucky enough to get the…
1967 Fender Coronado II Lake Placid Blue Metallic

1967 Fender Coronado II Lake Placid Blue Metallic

Fender's Coronado II model was introduced in 1965 amidst many changes for the company. Leo had just sold the company to CBS who was not afraid to branch out and expand from the company's successful line of solid body electric guitars. The Coronado line was a response to Gibson's popular…
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