Gibson Memphis 1963 ES-335TDC VOS Bigsby Reissue Cherry w/ OHSC & Certification
Up for grabs is this beautiful Gibson Memphis 1963 ES-335 TDC VOS Reissue with Block inlays and Bigsby. This is a very rare reissue model from Gibson Memphis, few of these were ever made. Everything you could ever want from a bigsby-equipped 335. We love this one, it has a real Rich Robinson vibe to it. Beautiful spec with 3-ply maple/poplar/maple top, back and sides. Lovely dark/light streaked rosewood fingerboard with block inlays, blocks always look classy on 335s. Has the ‘Custom Made’ plaque on this model too which also looks pretty cool. It has the historic truss rod, hide glued mahogany neck. Period correct slim horns at the cutaway with Adirondack spruce bracing to take you closer to that vintage tone. The factory unpotted MHS humbuckers sound superb. It’s beautifully balanced & weighs in at 3.8kg. Never had any breaks or repairs. It’s fully original with no modifications. Neck is dead straight truss rod checked and functioning fine, frets fine; it’s never been refretted so still has the fret-end binding. Clean overall with just a couple of finish nicks on the headstock edges and some light scratches and scuffs in the lacquer. It is complete with its original Gibson HSC, Certificate of Authenticity booklet and assorted other case candy. Case is functioning fine and in excellent condition. Case and guitar even still have that sweet Gibson smell! I’ll let the pics tell the rest of the story, this is a beautiful 335, these ’63 reissues don’t come up often and are no longer made by Gibson since Memphis closed down.
At Gas Station Guitars we carefully hand-select all our guitars, if they don’t blow us away on all fronts, we just don’t put them in our shop; if it’s for sale by Gas Station Guitars, you know it’d gonna be pretty special. All pictures are of actual guitars, all guitars are in hand and we do not use stock photos. NOT FOR TRADE or part exchange, thanks. We ship worldwide to the USA, E.U, Europe, Canada, Australia, Japan and of course the UK