This is a beauty, made in Kalamazoo in 1974 and looks just like one that Chuck Berry might have played.

comes with Maestro Tremolo and with a custom made banner plate. At the moment the guitar is set up with a stop tail, but can be reversed to work with the maestro tremolo (and of course retrofitted with the mentioned plate...see example picture) . This 1974 Gibson ES-355 is an iconic instrument, blending vintage elegance with unparalleled craftsmanship. This semi-hollowbody electric guitar exudes the rich heritage of Gibson's golden era. The ES-355 is adorned with a luxurious walnut finish, complemented by multi-ply binding and gold hardware that exudes a timeless sophistication. The distinctive split diamond headstock inlay and block inlays on the ebony fretboard add to its vintage allure. comes with original hard case that misses the handle. 

This model is equipped with a pair of original humbucking pickups, delivering a warm and articulate tone with a touch of vintage grit. The varitone switch, a unique feature of the ES-355, offers a wide array of tonal options, allowing players to sculpt their sound with precision. The medium slim taper neck profile ensures a comfortable playing experience, while the gold Maestro vibrato tailpiece adds a touch of expressive vibrato to the mix. The 1974 ES-355 from Gibson is not merely a guitar; it's a time capsule that encapsulates the essence of classic rock and blues, making it a coveted choice for discerning players and collectors alike.

1974 ES355 Walnut, Maestro tremolo
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Brand Gibson
Condition Pre-owned
Orientation Right-handed

Gibson 1974 ES-355 Walnut, Maestro tremolo

€ 5,998

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