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02-04-2007 05:50 PM
elcid
Re: #20

Very nice, now go play some Stray Cats
02-04-2007 05:14 PM
guitar_legend
Re: #20

ooo sweet, looks amazing!
02-03-2007 06:12 AM
fettouhi
Re: #20

Wow, looks awesome .

Regards

André



02-02-2007 03:14 PM
jim777
Re: #20

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Originally Posted by docc View Post
Yes,Epi The Dot was a 335 copy.And I want to have the same style 'semi-hollow' guitar.Probably I will buy a Gibson,but before taking the final decision I will try to learn more about other good 335's by f.e. Heritage;Guild;USA Epi...(not only manufacturer's specs and reviews).
There are a lot of great Japanese 335's available. Ibanez AS models are great, especially the 180's and 200's, and Yamaha SA models as well, 2000, 2100, and 2200. Burny, Greco, Tokai, and Orville also make great 335's, with the Burny, Greco and Orville guitars being made in the Ibanez Fuji-Gen Gakki factory in Japan. That's what I'm currently looking for, a Japanese 335 or a Heritage 535/555.
Hofner makes a nice semi called the Verithin as well.
02-02-2007 02:46 PM
docc
Re: #20

Yes,Epi The Dot was a 335 copy.And I want to have the same style 'semi-hollow' guitar.Probably I will buy a Gibson,but before taking the final decision I will try to learn more about other good 335's by f.e. Heritage;Guild;USA Epi...(not only manufacturer's specs and reviews).
02-02-2007 02:21 PM
jim777
Re: #20

The 335's are only semi-hollow, not fully hollow like the Country Gents or your beautiful Silver Falcon. The 335 won't feed back as much as a full hollow because of the solid center strip. I really like 335 style guitars myself, and will likely pick one up used (and more than likely Japanese as well) in the next week or so. I would have to think that the playability on your Gretsch should be amazing when it is setup. The Epi Dot you traded for this was a 335, right?
02-02-2007 02:04 PM
docc
Re: #20

Thanks!

jimm777,would you compare the playability of the double cutaway hollow Gretsches(DC Falcon;Nashville;Country Gent) and the Gibson ES335.I need a 335-style guitar too,but I have not much experience with hollows.
02-02-2007 02:03 PM
docc
Re: #20

******
02-02-2007 12:57 PM
jim777
Re: #20

I tried really hard to like the Gretsches I've played, but none of them ever suited me (personally). It sure is great looking though! Play her in health
02-02-2007 11:38 AM
the.godfather
Re: #20

Gorgeous guitar!

Congrats!
02-02-2007 11:30 AM
Batchimp RG
Re: #20

That's like seeing a sexy mama walk by with great maraccas...
02-02-2007 11:29 AM
Demiurge
Re: #20

very nice!
02-02-2007 11:06 AM
docc
#20

...Gretsch Silver Falcon in line for sold Epi The Dot.

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