Gibson Vintage 1997 Yamano ES 335 Dot Natural Figured Electric Guitar Very Clean
Here is a beautiful vintage 1997 Yamano Order natural figured Gibson ES 335 Dot. It’s fully original just as it came out of Gibson’s USA Nashville factory back in 1997. Build date October 23rd 1997. The condition is superb all over, one of the cleanest 1990’s 335s we have had in a very long time! There some really stunning looking maple flame and grain visible on the top, side and back of this beautiful 335. You can see why this was selected by the Yamano representatives and taken back to Japan. The nitrocellulose is in lovely condition and still retains a deep shine. Due to the age you can feel the resonant old growth wood as soon as you pick this up, it is super resonant. Neck is dead straight truss rod checked and functioning fine, plenty of life left in the frets, which still have their nibs. The original ’57 Classic humbuckers sound fantastic. Factory fitted grovers have taken on a nice patina and working fine. There have obviously been no breaks or repairs. Plays and sounds great with a comfortable ’59 profile neck. Nicely balanced & weighs in at 3.9kg It is complete with some original docs, Yamano booklet, expired Japanese warranty, and Gibson USA pre-pack checklist. It is complete with its original tan, pink-lined Gibson HSC still with shroud. Case is functioning fine, latches dulled over the years with combi lock working. A real old 90’s beauty.
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