Gibson launches the ES-335 Dave Grohl Signature
Gibson Memphis, the semi and hollow-body guitar factory, launches a new ES-335 instrument signed by the Foo Fighters’ frontman.
Dave Grohl has been playing, both on tour and in studio, with the 60s Trini Lopez model for a long time. So Gibson used the specifications of the vintage ES-335 and the visual characteristics of the Trini Lopez guitar to create this new Signature model.
- 3 ply maple/poplar/maple semi-hollow body
- 2 “Diamond” f-holes
- White bindings
- Mahogany with maple spline set neck
- Legacy truss rod
- Rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets, 12” radius and Split Diamond acrylic inlays
- Nut width (corian): 1.6875”
- Gibson Dave Grohl headstock with golden front logo and Dave Grohl’s signature on the back
- Mini Grover inline tuners, 14:1 ratio
- Burstbucker 2 neck and Burstbucker 3 neck pickups
- 2 volume knobs, 2 tone knobs, 3-way pickup switch
- Orange Drop capacitors
- ABR bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece
- Factory strings: .010 - .046
- Nitrocellulose Pelham Blue or Gold Metallic finishes
- Ships in a Dave Grohl Signature with a certificate of authenticity
The new Gibson ES-335 Dave Grohl Signature guitar is available in the US starting from $3699. More info at www.gibson.com.
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