Gibson ES-350 1948

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Check out this badass 1948 Gibson ES-350 archtop hollowbody guitar, folks! This vintage beauty has got it all – a killer tone, a cool natural finish that lets that gorgeous maple shine through, and some serious rock ‘n roll history, most famously of course in the hands of Chuck Berry himself.

Let’s talk about specs, baby –  the body is made of fully hollow maple, giving it that sweet resonance and a tone that’s warmer than a hot cup of coffee on a winter night. The P90 pickups pack a punch, delivering a tone that’s as smooth as silk and as rich as grandma’s homemade pie.

Yes it’s been around the block a few times, but don’t worry, there ain’t no structural issues here. It’s got the normal wear you’d expect from a guitar with this much rock ‘n roll experience, but that just adds to its badassness. It’s got that natural finish that lets you see every beautiful detail of that maple wood, and trust me, it’s a sight to behold.

With a mahogany neck and a rosewood fingerboard, playing this rock ‘n roll rebel feels like gliding down a highway at full speed. The scale length is 24.75 inches, giving you that familiar feel that’ll have your fingers dancing all over those frets.

So, if you’re in the market for a vintage guitar that’s got soul, style, and a tone that’ll make your heart skip a beat, this 1948 Gibson ES-350 is the one for you.

Hail hail rock ‘n roll!


Model: 1948 Gibson ES-350
Body: Hollow Maple
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Pickups: Two P90 Single-Coil
Construction: Set Neck
Scale Length: 24.75 inches
Finish: Natural
Condition: Normal wear for its age, no structural issues

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