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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by gitold, Nov 24, 2021.
Needs a Bigsby
It has a completely hollow body and a master volume. The ES175 wasn’t selling and the 335 was so they were going for a different take for a jazz guitar. They made about 2500 from 1969 to 1975.
Nah, I’ve got lots of Bigsby guitars. This is staying as is.
Did the recent thread get you thinking... or is it a coincidence?
I’ve always thought these were pretty cool, also seem somewhat affordable because they are kind of underdogs
What a great blessing. Congratulations and happy playing.
My only F-hole -thing is an Eko 290/2V, which looks beautiful(the red one) but is completely unplayable for a number of reasons.
Oh well... at least I got it for free(from a non-guitar-playing mate who suddenly needed the wall space for shelves or somesuch)
Now this one you don't let go! Ok?
No this one is a keeper.
I’ve been looking for one of these for years but never found the right one at the right price until now.
Sweet! HNGD! A beautiful guitar.
I have a '66 Fury SW and later a '68 Chrysler Newport with the 383HP...there are days I wish I still had that motor.
In 1970, a luxury Olds would be an 88/98 kinda model. 225 ("deuce-and-a-quarter") was a Buick Electra.
That's a nice one; congrats!!
I was not aware of this model before. Beautiful Gibson congrats and HNGD. I hope you are bonding with it, enjoy.
Your right. It was a 98. The memory goes first.
I’m a sucker for a plain top. Congrats!
Very nice! You can probably get some nice Uncle Ted sounds out of that thick body if you're so inclined and some nice jazz to blues tones to boot. I see you're wearing bell bottoms in your pic from '73. I'm glad those days are over with! What a waste of denim.
BTW...I'm for a Bigsby to be put on it as well as long as you don't drill any holes.