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    Les Paul Forum Member GuitarMikey's Avatar
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Here's an early 62 I used to own. Anybody seen it around?

    GuitarMikey

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyslim View Post
    Lucked my way into this 1961.
    WOW!!!
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarMikey View Post
    Here's an early 62 I used to own. Anybody seen it around?

    DAAAAAMN!!!
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    Les Paul Forum Member Guitar Whiskey's Avatar
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    1961

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar Whiskey View Post
    1961
    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!!
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Okay, I'll play.

    "I am the kind of guy that only buys 100 watt heads just to play at home. I feel like if an amp can't kill a heard of cattle 100 yards away what is the point of owning it."

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    "I am the kind of guy that only buys 100 watt heads just to play at home. I feel like if an amp can't kill a heard of cattle 100 yards away what is the point of owning it."

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by wmachine View Post
    Okay, I'll play.

    Quote Originally Posted by wmachine View Post
    Beautiful...
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by zoommutt View Post
    I don't need any of this!!! None of it!!! Except this ashtray. That's the only thing I need is this. And this paddleball game. That's it!.... and this remote control is all I need. An ashtray, paddleball game, and the remote control is all I need.... and these matches are all I need.. and this lamp that's it .

















    And my 335! That's all I need.
    What are you, some kind of a JERK or something?

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyslim View Post
    Lucked my way into this 1961.
    I love this guitar!!

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Another view with the JTM45. I need to hear your 1964 ES345 plugged in one day, Lefty!
    Winning isn't everything...but losing isn't anything.

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    Formerly Lefty Elmo Steve Craw's Avatar
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    For sure!

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by KennyF View Post
    By the way... I want a 330...
    Those Memphis 61' 330's from a couple of years ago were the Cat's Ass!





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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by renderit View Post
    Those Memphis 61' 330's from a couple of years ago were the Cat's Ass!



    Stunning...

    When you grow sick of that, ring me up...
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarMikey View Post
    Here's an early 62 I used to own. Anybody seen it around?

    pretty but NOT a 335. It looks similar, but so different.

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilko View Post
    pretty but NOT a 335. It looks similar, but so different.
    I probably should've named this thread 3XX instead of 335... My bad...
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by KennyF View Post
    I probably should've named this thread 3XX instead of 335... My bad...
    Well, to an old school type like myself, that would have included the ES300, ES350, and the ES350T, not to mention other semi-hollows like the ES347 and the ES369. Anyway, no big deal. I'm actually more annoyed by the trend toward people referring to the family of ES3X5 guitars simply as "ES". As if everybody should assume that they mean ES3X5's, like there were no other types of ES models in Gibson's long history.

    Oh, and stay off my lawn.

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by JimR56 View Post
    Well, to an old school type like myself, that would have included the ES300, ES350, and the ES350T, not to mention other semi-hollows like the ES347 and the ES369. Anyway, no big deal. I'm actually more annoyed by the trend toward people referring to the family of ES3X5 guitars simply as "ES". As if everybody should assume that they mean ES3X5's, like there were no other types of ES models in Gibson's long history.

    Oh, and stay off my lawn.
    Totally agree...
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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Sometimes it's hard to focus.

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    My trusty Rusty.
    Couldn't live without her.


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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    renderit, I wish my catís ass looked as fine as that 330. Iíve looked,not even close

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    Re: How does anyone live without a 335?

    Quote Originally Posted by frogcircus View Post
    My trusty Rusty.
    Couldn't live without her.

    Great guitars! I owned RA202 for a few years...
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