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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 20 Sep 2016 5:07 am     Reply with quote

Low as I can go $4995.00 plus shipping. No PayPal unless fees are covered.
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Tom Lloyd


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Post Posted 30 Oct 2016 7:14 am     volute or no? Reply with quote

Ken,
Does this one have the volute on the headstock?.....that's the little sculptured bump right between the the headstock and the keyboard, at the nut on the back of the neck. Could you post a picture of that area?
thanks.
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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 30 Oct 2016 8:22 am     Reply with quote

Yes it does. I understand that was a change from the earlier ES335 guitars to add strength to the neck.
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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 19 Nov 2016 1:17 pm     Reply with quote

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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 20 Dec 2016 11:16 am     Reply with quote

Bump for a picture of the bump!



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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 2 Feb 2017 5:23 am     Reply with quote

bumper
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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 18 Feb 2017 7:57 am     Reply with quote

Last price reduction!

It needs a new home, I never played it. It just sits all alone in that flight case

old video I made with some sound gear I was testing. A Fox tube reverb and an old tape echo as well as an old Kodak camera for recording!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e-7XPfMwVI



$4495.00 plus shipping extra. PayPal fees not covered.

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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 24 Feb 2017 2:57 pm     Reply with quote

$4495.00 and shipping, let's make a deal
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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 11 Apr 2017 4:15 pm     Reply with quote

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Nelson Checkoway


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Post Posted 25 Apr 2017 10:15 am     Reply with quote

That's a beautiful ES-335. I see you have it listed on Reverb.com too and you've probably seen that the sales prices on these have been generally in the $4-4.5K range if all original in great condition. The only difference between a 1969 and 1970 is typically the volute on the back of the neck - it's too bad because it really doesn't make a difference, but collectors like the smooth neck better (it was regarded as part of an overall drop in quality in 1970s Norlin era Gibson guitars). Your guitar does have the advantage of the old oval orange label - a 1960s hold-over. You should highlight that fact. Also check the width at the nut. The desired pre-1965 nut width was 1-11/16". In early '65 through the late 60s and into the 70s the width was reduced by 1/8"to 1-9/16" - less popular with players and less valued. Some late 60s/early 70s guitars were made with a wider neck. If yours measures 1-10/16" to 1-11/16" at the nut, advertise it! Makes it more desirable to players and collectors. Good news is that all the ES-335 years are inching up so your price will eventually catch up with the guitar! Good luck with your sale.
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Allen Arndt


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Post Posted 26 Apr 2017 6:04 am     Check-o-way post Reply with quote

Mr. Fox, I bet you are really glad Checkoway chimed in on your post. His post should be checked away.
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Nelson Checkoway


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Post Posted 27 Apr 2017 7:07 am     Reply with quote

LOL Allen! Checkoway checking in again! Just an odd point about the late 60s and 1970s guitars. Gibson made their necks thinner to emulate "faster" Fender necks ... and Fender started making heavier and heavier guitars (Strats went to heavier ash bodies with barely any sculpted relief) to achieve Les Paul weight (the myth that heavier=better tone and sustain). I guess the grass is always greener ...
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Ken Fox


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Post Posted 27 Apr 2017 2:54 pm     Reply with quote

It is 1-9/16" at the nut.
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Chris Boyd


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Post Posted 27 Apr 2017 3:27 pm     Reply with quote

My '69 ES-335 also has a 1-9/16" at the nut... these are great guitars!
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