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Written on: 10/04/2010
Richierich !!! is the name Bwana Hail from Zanzibar East Africa where Freddie Mercury comes from currently residing in Sydney Australia.
Play a ES 355 Gibson Stereo/mono . Currently use this for my Chuck Berry Show for the past 5 years.Have a Cherry Lucille,as well and An Identical model to Chuck Berry. Its simply Brilliant and its a 1968. I have had it since 2006.. But the lucille Cherry are both fantastic. Currently play on 2 fender twin 1970 amplifiers.Check my You Tube Richierich… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/01/2010
I ordered an ES-355 (via a USA dealer) direct from the Gibson custom shop and can tell you it is one of the most immaculately finished guitars I have ever seen and it plays really well out of the box. The model I went for has a bigsby tremolo and the gold hard-ware gleams with pure class, as does the rich antique red finish (not like that insipid pale cherry stain that production line 335s now have). Lovely smooth cool ebony fingerboard and the block inlays are beautiful. Soundwise the guitar's… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2009
Can't live without my Gibson Es 355. It's expensive but has incredible tone & slick action / light touch. Wonderful range of rich jazz and blues sounds looks incredible: the real-deal blues-jazz semi-acoustic… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/03/2007 by Budd (5 reviews written)
After stripping the scratch plate down, guitar strap holders, plug nut, toggle switch and cleaning all brass fittings with appropriate polish the brass was sparkling to match the gold hardware. The bleed on the binding was cleaned off.
All of the laquered areas that were mottled were smoothed with down carefully with 'T' cut polish, then finished off with the supplied Gibson polish. This included the neck sides, headstock edges and join areas. The frets were polished with mild metal… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/01/2007 by Budd (5 reviews written)
We appear to get Gibson rejects in this country at the high end, similar Lucille and Epiphones seen at the supplier at the same time had a better finish than the custom ones so do not feel dissapointed that they are a rarity in this country, we are better off without them if they are being produced like this. It has taken three years to eventually get to see a fairly decent one sent over to this country and when we did it fell short of expectation. The Epiphone Sheraton/Gibson 335/ Lucille… Read Full Review