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The Gibson ES-333 debuted in the early 2000's as a stripped down version of the ES-335. It features a satin finish, rear control access for electronics, no pickguard, and a silkscreened Gibson logo in lieu of the inlaid version. The model rose to popularity once Tom Delonge from Blink 182 unveiled his own signature take on the model. This guitar plays well across the neck, and has substantial sustain due to the maple center block inside the semi-hollow body.
The front of the peghead has scratching and discoloration over the "Gibson" logo. The back of the peghead has a deeper scratch that runs from the bass to treble side. There are some indentations on the back of the neck between the nut and the 3rd fret. The top and back have multiple dents and scratches over the surface. The guitar is structurally sound. Most of the metal parts of the instrument have visible oxidation and some rusting.
|Body Material:||Laminated Maple|
|Tuning Machines:||Green Key|
|Controls:||2x Volume, 2x Tone, 3-way switch|
|Bridge:||Tune-O-Matic with Stop Tail Piece|
|Case:||Original Hard Case|
|Modifications:||The saddle, one of the pots, and all four knobs have been replaced.|