Is the Gibson ES-339 worth it?

Our Verdict. It would seem Gibson has at last turned a corner in terms of quality and consistency. Not only is the ES-339 a great guitar at an even better price, it’s undoubtedly one of the best new Gibsons we’ve ever played.

Is the ES-339 a good guitar?

Final thoughts – the Gibson ES339 is a great guitar, but you pay for it. This is a superb guitar. You get the looks, style, and sound of the classic 335 but at a more manageable size. You get clean workmanship, a great set-up, and classic finishes from the Memphis Custom Shop.

Does Gibson still make a 339?

The Gibson ES-339 is a semi-hollowbody guitar which is manufactured by Gibson. The guitar is based on the Gibson ES-335, but has been reduced to the dimensions of the Gibson Les Paul….

Gibson ES-339
Neck Mahogany
Fretboard Rosewood
Bridge ABR-1

When did the Gibson 339 come out?

Gibson’s ES-339 guitar may be one of the youngest members of the ES (Electric-Spanish) family, but it has already made a name for itself as one of Gibson’s premier semi-hollow body guitars. Released in 2007, the ES-339s sleek, semi-hollow design is based on Gibson’s classic ES-335 guitar.

What is the difference between a Gibson ES-335 and ES-339?

The Epiphone ES-335 and ES-339 sound close enough to each other to fool most listeners in a blindfold test, but the smaller 339 has a little less acoustic resonance and a tighter, more focused midrange than the 335. Both models deliver bold, fat tones with a satisfying percussive attack that morphs into smooth sustain.

How much does a Gibson ES-339 weigh?

Weight: 6 lbs. 15 oz. The ES-339 is the next generation from the Gibson Custom Shop iconic ES electric guitars. It goes where no guitar has gone before with a bold, new semi-hollow tone that is rich with expressive, even stinging, overtones.

Where are Epiphone ES-339 guitars made?

The China-made Epiphone ES-339 PRO features classic ES-335 body lines at about three-quarters the size. It has a laminated maple body and top, like most every other guitar in the 335 universe, and a mahogany SlimTaper D-profile neck with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.

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