#1
It's an awsome guitar, i love the colour! But can someone identify it? I have no clue myself what kind of guitar it is..



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#2
Do you have a bigger pic ?
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#4
It appears to be a Gibson ES-335 with a gold finish and the pickguard removed.

Dave Grohl always seems to use gibson hollowbodies.
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#5
i'd go with the suggestion of blompcube

although it MIGHT also be a gretch or PRS hollowbody...
#7
cool, i think you're right, i guess it's a rare guitar. Anyone knows where i can buy it?
#8
Looks like a gibson ES-335, or some sort of copy, look on wikipedia or something and find out what guitars he uses.
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#9
Quote by Dempsey68
i'd go with the suggestion of blompcube

although it MIGHT also be a gretch or PRS hollowbody...



If you look closely, it's almost exactly the same as this - the hardware, the shape, the positioning of the controls, the inlay on what you can see of the headstock - if it's not a gibson, then whoever made it is probably gonna get sued.

edit: ES-335s are by no means rare, they are still in production and widely available, just google for it and i'm sure you'll find an abundance of places to buy them from. they are very expensive though.
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Last edited by Blompcube at Feb 23, 2009,