At Lauzon Music we carry a full range of Gibson ES-335 Guitars Canada

When the Gibson ES-335 debuted in 1958, it was an instant hit. This semi-hollowbody jazz box was the first guitar to feature a body with no center block, providing maximum resonance. Known for its characteristic “snarling” tone and sparkling highs, the ES-335 is one of the most sought-after Gibson models.

Gibson has made a number of variations on the design, but they all have the same basic features: two humbucking pickups and a tune-o-matic bridge. The ES-335 was designed in 1958 by Ted McCarty for Gibson president Ted Kemeny, who wanted it to be an alternative to Gibson’s other solidbody models like Les Pauls and SGs. The guitar quickly became popular among jazz players due to its acoustic sound and longer scale length compared to normal solidbody guitars. It also has a unique style that makes it stand out from other Gibson models.

Check out our current inventory of Gibson ES-335s

Here’s a few examples of Custom Shop Gibson ES-335 Canada:

Gibson Murphy Lab 1961 ES-335 Cherry Heavy Aged

Gibson Murphy Lab 1961 ES-335 Ultra Light Aged Cherry

The Gibson Murphy Lab ES-335 is better than ever thanks to a year of studying, scanning, and listening to original ES examples. These models authentic aging by the skilled artisans of the Murphy Lab. The Murphy Lab aged finish treatment, paired with heavily aged hardware, simulates decades of play wear. This treatment gives these guitars their unique character, vibe, and feel of an original example from the Gibson Custom Shop.

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