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Your Price: $699.00 CDN
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Through the course of more than five decades and myriad shifting musical styles, the ES-335 has remained one of the most popular electric guitars of all time. Its ingenious blend of hollowbody warmth and complexity and solidbody bite and sustain made it arguably the most versatile guitar available when Gibson introduced the model in 1958, and that design imperative hasnt changed today.

For some players more accustomed to the slimmer lines and more compact dimensions of a solidbody electric, though, the standard ES-335 can feel just a little large and unwieldy. Enter Gibson Memphis's ES-339, a guitar built to the design ethos of its predecessor the ES-335, but fashioned to proportions closer to those of the legendary Gibson solidbodies such as the Les Paul and SG. The gently arched top with real f-holes, thinline semi-hollow body, solid maple center block to reduce feedback and enhance sustain, rounded symmetrical cutaways with unparalleled upper-fret accessall here, minus a little of the bulk and weight.

Body
Top: Laminated Maple
Body Type: Semi-Hollow, Chambered
Back: Laminated Maple
Binding: Single-ply, Cream

Neck
Species: Mahogany
Profile: SlimTaper, D-Profile

Neck Fit
Joint: Mortise & Tenon
Adhesive: Glued-in

Fingerboard
Species: Rosewood
Frets: 22
Radius: 12"
Nut: 1.68
Inlays: Pearloid Dots
Binding: Single-ply, Cream
Other: Standard Fret Wire

Tuners
Model: Epiphone "Deluxe"
Plating: Nickel
Tuning Ratio: 18:1

Bridge
Type: LockTone Tune-o-matic
Plating: Nickel

Tailpiece
Type: LockTone Stop Bar
Plating: Nickel Plated Gloss

Hardware
Knobs: Knobs Black Top Hats w/Silver Inserts
Strings: .010 - .046, D'Addario

Pickups
Neck Position: Alnico Classic Pro
Bridge Position: Alnico Classic Pro

Controls
Neck Pickup volume with push/pull coil-splitting, Bridge Pickup volume with push/pull coil-splitting, Neck Pickup tone, Bridge pickup tone, 3-position pickup selector switch

Finish
Process: Gloss
Sealer: Poly

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Closest StoreBrantford, Ontario
Purchased this at the Brantford store two years ago after a weeks trial . Still my go to guitar. After free set up, the action was nice and low and combined with a set of 9s was very kind to my arthritic fingers. The smaller body allows me to tilt it forward to accommodate my grip when sitting. Pickups sound great and are versatile. A great blues machine. So, if youre wondering if you still can, try this one you won't be disappointed. If you're in Brantford ask for Bruce.He is knowledgeable kind and patient.
Posted by anonymous on Apr 6, 2020
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Just the right size!0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
I wanted a hollow/semi body and chose the ES 339 Pro. Smaller than the 335 so it is a better fit. I am a Senior with some limited mobility of arms and fingers so I traded my Godin 5th Ave Kingpin because the body's to big, for this and a Seagull Entourage parlor sized acoustic. I did a mod with a Duesenburg tremolo arm and a roller bridge along with a string butler, put some D'daddario 12 flat wounds and tuned it down to D scale for ease of play and she stays in tune no matter the bending. Very happy.
Posted by Gary on Dec 2, 2019
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Great Guitar!1 of 2 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreHamilton, Ontario
After a minor set up this guitar was ready to rock! It plays and sounds amazing. I have never been happier about a guitar in my life. Buy this guitar!
Posted by Mike Davis on Apr 24, 2018
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Closest StorePeterborough, Ontario
I?m very happy with it. I had a 335 but I couldn?t really get used to the size but liked the sounds it gave me. But now, with my Epi 339, it?s just the right fit! Love the pickups with the split added although it has room for improvement so I?ll do a little upgrade. But, other than that, for the price and what it offers you can?t go wrong with it! Especially with David Gilmour GHS Boomers on it!
Posted by Kevin on Dec 11, 2017
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A good epiphone4 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreBurlington, Ontario
I was actually really surprised with this guitar. It's well built and even though the coil tap doesn't really sound like your typical singlecoil or anything similar, it's definitely. In the past I've always found Gibson and Epiphone's quality too low and prices too high, but this definitely is a sign that Epiphone has done something right.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 8, 2016
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Don't Hesitate4 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreMississauga, Ontario
I was looking for a guitar to call my own. All my other guitars are hand-me-downs or my daughter's. I love Epiphone Guitars and I looked for a long time. I saw this guitar hanging on the rack and from the moment I picked it up I knew this was it. The tone is amazing. The push-pull pick-up splitting is so easy and the variation of the sound is very noticeable. Add to that the incredible light weight compared to a solid body and you have a wonderful instrument. If you're looking for a guitar that you can grow old with, this is it.
Posted by Aldo Romani on Jul 1, 2015
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Disregard 2nd time1 of 8 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreOshawa, Ontario
This always happens with online reviews. 2nd time above was obviously talking about the Epiphone ES339 since the Gibson doesn't have a switch to go to single coil. I do have the Gibson and it's great, like a cross between an LP and an ES3335. The pickups are perfect for this guitar, changing them would not be an improvement.
Posted by Martin on Sep 25, 2014
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Amazing job epiphone, bad job long and mcquade7 of 7 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreVictoria, British Columbia
I rented this guitar for a month, and I decided I was going to buy it right away. I rented a stock one, and some things I noticed right away were the binding and overall quality. I also think that the coil tapping via push pull is absolutely awesome. You can use so many tones easily on this guitar with no trouble. My only concern is that long and mgquade did not really seem to want to help with me and just never really answered my questions about the guitar. No effort The guitar is absolutely amazing and feels so good and sounds great. If it's in your budget, pick a colour and buy.
Posted by Mafqew te geetar playa on Sep 9, 2014
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2nd Time a Charm4 of 5 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreGuelph, Ontario
Purchased a month ago, was playing it at church during sound check and while moving to single coil the dial, post and all came out. L&M were great, ordered in a new one, took a while for it to arrive, but it is home now. Everything is working fine. The sounds are great, setup out of the box is good. The strings and fret board are a little dirty, but I will clean that up when I change strings. Over all, I like the tone options with this guitar, and for the price, it is really a good deal. The key point for me is the way that L&M handled the problem with the first guitar. Extremely professional and top rate customer service.
Posted by anonymous on Jun 6, 2014
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Worth it!4 of 4 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreOshawa, Ontario
Recently purchased an ES-339 Pro Epiphone. I'm used to USA Gibsons and Fenders, this is my first "cheap" guitar. If you're looking for something under $500 and want a versatile guitar - don't look much further. It's worth checking out in person. The one I purchased has nice and low action without any fret buzz, perfect intonation and the build quality is actually pretty good. Even if you spent another $400 upgrading the pickups and pots, you'd still have a bargain! But it doesn't mean you absolutely need to start changing hardware, it's just personal preference... the guitar "as-is" sounds great.
Posted by anonymous on Feb 3, 2014
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