Gibson tom delonge es 333

Gibson ES 333

Gibson tom delonge es 333

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Tom Delonge ES-333
The Epiphone Tom Delonge Signature ES-333 is built to the exact specifications of Blink 182’s guitarist, Tom Delonge. This cool archtop combines semi-hollowbody design with the raw power of a USA-made Gibson Dirty Fingers™ Humbucker pickup in a one-of-a-kind signature model.

Epiphone is long famous for its own original semi-hollowbody models from the 1950s Kalamazoo, Michigan era, including the Riviera and the Sheraton. During the same time those guitars were being designed and constructed in Kalamazoo, the ES 335, first introduced in 1958, became a favorite of blues, rock, country, and pop acts for its elegant design and wide array of colorful tone combinations. And now the Tom Delonge ES 333 that classic sound plus Tom’s custom refinements in your hands the Epiphone way.

The Epiphone Tom Delonge Signature ES-333 is protected by our famous Epiphone Lifetime Limited Warranty featuring Gibson 24/7/360 Customer Service and guarantees the instrument against defects in materials or workmanship. Experience the Epiphone Tom Delonge Signature ES-333, only at your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer.
SPECIFICATIONSBody Material Laminated maple
Top Material Laminated maple
Neck mahogany
Neck Joint SlimTaper™ “D” Profile
Fingerboard rosewood with pearloid “dot” inlays
Fingerboard Radius 12”
Scale 24.75”
Nut Width 1.68
Pickup Gibson USA Dirty Fingers™ humbucker
Controls 1-volume “Cream Speed Knob”
Tailpiece LockTone™ StopBar
Hardware Nickel
Machine Heads Grover® 16:1
Color Brown (BR)

hola. I wanted to ask a question .. how I can know the price of this guitar because I wantto buy it and if sent outside the country of origin. I’m from chile and I need to know this information. the value of this guitar and if the parcel sent abroad for … the guitar is as follows. tom delongue “riviera ES-333. THANKS
its not really a versatile guitar though. its made for punk rock and that’s about it. Only if you already have a bunch of effects and pedals and such, can it really be appreciated fully. Still a kick-ass guitar though imo..

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