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The Gibson 335 - Its History and Its Players

The Gibson 335 - Its History and Its Players


SKU AM4235
Author Adrian Ingram
Format Book
Duration 119 pages
Notation Text
Dimensions 215mm x 280mm
Publisher Centerstream
Departments Guitar History incl. Artists & Composers
Our price: £8.75


Gibson's first "semi-acoustic" the ES-335, which was neither totally solid nor fully acoustic, is the guitar of choice used by many famous guitarists such as Andy Summers, Elvin Bishop, Leetenour, Jay Graydon, Robben Ford, Freddie King, John McLaughin, Jimmy Page, Chuck Berry, Tony Mottola, Johnny Rivers, Jack Wilkins, Bono, Grant Green, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Alvin Lee, B.B. King, Emily Remler, Otis Rush, Pete Townshend, John Lee Hooker, and Larry Carlton. This book includes the complete history of the 335, the players, a beautiful color section, chronology, shipping totals and more. A must-have for every 335 player and guitar enthusiast or collector!

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