Guitar itself is a magic musical instrument, and the guitarist also are the equally mysterious and amazing ones. Each guitarist tells different but fascinating life style, and each guitar has its origin and story. The bb king gibson guitar also is a story.
Before 1952 Gibson produced only hollow-body guitars, which are prone to feedback when amplified loudly. That year saw the introduction of their first solid-body, the Gibson Les Paul, a significantly different instrument from Les Paul’s early electric guitar experiment, “The Log”, which consists of a center block with detachable chambers on the both side, a neck, hardware, and pickup attached. By 1958 Gibson was making a few solid-body of Gibson BB King Lucille For Sale models which had much lower feedback and better sustain but lacked the darker, warmer tone and unamplified volume of hollow bodies. The ES-335 was an attempt to find a middle ground: a warmer tone than a solid body with almost as little feedback. Though semi-hollow-bodies like the ES-335 are essentially a compromise of earlier designs, they are for this reason extremely flexible, as evidenced by the Gibson BB King Lucille For Sale’s popularity in a wide range of music, including blues, jazz, and rock. With a basic price of $267.50 it quickly became a best-seller, and has been in continuous production since 1958. The first major update came in 1963, with the most visible change being the markers on neck: early models had dots (hence “dot neck”), later models had blocks.
The Gibson BB King Lucille For Sale here. And the Gibson ES series of semi-acoustic guitar (hollow body electric guitar) are manufactured by the Gibson Guitar Corporation. The letters ES stand for Electric Spanish, to distinguish them from Hawaiian-style guitars which were played flat on the lap.
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The Gibson es 335 bb king is the world’s first commercial thinline archtop semi-acoustic electric guitar. Released by the Gibson Guitar Corporation as part of its ES (Electric Spanish) series in 1958, it is neither hollow nor solid; instead, a solid maple wood block runs through the center of its body. The side “wings” are hollow, and the top has two Gibson BB King Lucille For Sale violin-style f-holes over the hollow chambers.gibson bb king guitar