Harga gibson es-333

Gibson ES 333

Harga gibson es-333

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HARGA REBUTAN GIBSON ES-333 Tom Delonge Sig. Only 950k (cuma mlm ini)

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Lokasi Seller : Jawa Timur

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Gitar Gibson ES-333 Putih, Tom DeLonge Signature (Custom)
Kondisi Barang : Baru
Harga : Rp. 123.456.789
Lokasi Seller : DKI Jakarta

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Gitar Gibson ES-333 Putih, Tom DeLonge Signature (Custom)
Kondisi Barang : Baru
Harga : Rp. 123.456.789
Lokasi Seller : DKI Jakarta

Description :

langsung aja nih gan ane mo jual Gitar Elektrik Gibson ES-333 Putih, Tom DeLonge Signature (Custom)
Kondisi 99%, masih seperti baru, tiap hari di elapin gan

The Gibson ES-333 is a semi hollow body electric guitar made by Gibson Guitar Corporation.

The ES-333 is quite similar to the Gibson ES-335, but varies from the ES-335 in the following ways:
The finish is a thin satin finish, versus the ES-335′s thicker full gloss finish.
The headstock has a silkscreen Gibson logo, versus the ES-335′s inlaid pearloid logo.
The headstock has no further decorative inlay, versus the ES-335′s “crown” headstock inlay.
The pickups are Gibson type 490R and 498T, versus the ES-335′s Gibson 57 Classic pickups.
The back of the body has an access cover for the electronics, versus the solid rear of the ES-335.

The body is made of arched, laminated wood, with the exterior and interior laminations being made of maple. There is a maple central core in the body, to which the top and bottom, and neck are attached. The neck is one baulk of mahogany, with a rosewood fingerboard and pearloid dot markers. The hardware is nickel plated. As delivered by Gibson, the ES-333 had no pickup covers, nor pickguard, and came with black “speed” knobs. Switch tip color was alternately black or creme. The truss rod cover is unadorned, and the headstock overlay is the fibre material used on many contemporary Gibson models.

The ES-333 was available in “faded” brown, cherry red, natural and sunburst finishes, which are thin satin nitrocellulose lacquer. These finishes will take on the appearance of old instruments, after a period of being played, through the action of the players hands rubbing the satin finish to a fairly glossy patina wherever the hands make frequent contact with the instrument. There were also natural (very light amber) and three color sunburst finishes available from some of the larger retailers.

The Gibson ES-333 is a semi hollow body electric guitar made by Gibson Guitar Corporation.

The ES-333 is quite similar to the Gibson ES-335, but varies from the ES-335 in the following ways:
The finish is a thin satin finish, versus the ES-335′s thicker full gloss finish.
The headstock has a silkscreen Gibson logo, versus the ES-335′s inlaid pearloid logo.
The headstock has no further decorative inlay, versus the ES-335′s “crown” headstock inlay.
The pickups are Gibson type 490R and 498T, versus the ES-335′s Gibson 57 Classic pickups.
The back of the body has an access cover for the electronics, versus the solid rear of the ES-335.

The body is made of arched, laminated wood, with the exterior and interior laminations being made of maple. There is a maple central core in the body, to which the top and bottom, and neck are attached. The neck is one baulk of mahogany, with a rosewood fingerboard and pearloid dot markers. The hardware is nickel plated. As delivered by Gibson, the ES-333 had no pickup covers, nor pickguard, and came with black “speed” knobs. Switch tip color was alternately black or creme. The truss rod cover is unadorned, and the headstock overlay is the fibre material used on many contemporary Gibson models.

The ES-333 was available in “faded” brown, cherry red, natural and sunburst finishes, which are thin satin nitrocellulose lacquer. These finishes will take on the appearance of old instruments, after a period of being played, through the action of the players hands rubbing the satin finish to a fairly glossy patina wherever the hands make frequent contact with the instrument. There were also natural (very light amber) and three color sunburst finishes available from some of the larger retailers.

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