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The Gibson ES-335 is the world’s first commercial thinline archtop semi-acoustic electric guitar. Released by the Gibson Guitar Corporation as part of its es b.b. king 335 (Electric Spanish) series in 1958, b.b. king 335 is neither hollow nor solid; instead, a solid maple wood block runs through the center of its body. The side “wings” of the gibson bb king guitar are hollow, and the top of the gibson bb king guitar has two violin-style f-holes over the hollow chambers.
The b.b. king 335’s models feature a coil split switch, which allows the humbuckers to produce a “single-coil” sound. The ES-335 Pro, ES-335TD CRS and CRR models were equipped with Gibson “Dirty Fingers” humbuckers, which had a significantly higher output than the standard pickups.
The company has produced a number of signature guitars as well, such as Trini Lopez-inspired model (1964-1970) with narrow diamond-shaped soundholes replacing the f-holes, a Firebird-style headstock with all the tuners on one side, and slashed-diamond inlays. In September 2007, Gibson Lucille Price introduced the DG-335, designed in collaboration with Dave Grohl, a variation on the Trini Lopez Gibson; the Grohl model has a stopbar tailpiece and Gibson’s new Burstbucker humbuckers. Other signature models include the heavily customized Alvin Lee “Big Red” 335. A reissue of the 1963 model was a 2014 “Editor’s pick” in Guitar Player magazine, at $4000.