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Old 12-03-2017, 07:41 AM
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Sweet! Congrats on the 335. I think the Super '57 Classic you're referring to is known to many as the '57 Classic + (plus). It has just a little more output than the '57 Classic.



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You’re right. The Super ‘57 I was thinking of is what came in my Ibanez AS93. I’m sure they’re a knock off of what Gibson makes.
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Congrats on a great looking instrument! After years with other guitars the ES-335 has become my home base instrument and my first call instrument on studio sessions. Here's a shot from about seven years ago.



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Very nice congrats
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Congrats! The '57 Classics in my 339 have the sweetest tone I've ever been able to get outta an electric guitar, so long as I don't neglect the volume and tone knobs.
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Oh, yeah. One trick: Back off your bridge pickup tone control to about six and the two will blend a little better.

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I love the 335! Congrats!
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Nice! Can't wait 'til you post your version of the theme from Hill Street Blues (Larry Carlton, Mr. E335)
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Congrats on a great looking instrument! After years with other guitars the ES-335 has become my home base instrument and my first call instrument on studio sessions. Here's a shot from about seven years ago.



Bob


I love it, Bob! They just have that tone that is most pleasing to my ears in an electric. Gibson must sprinkle some magic in them..
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