Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 Limited-Edition
This Epiphone Joe Bonamassa 1962 ES-335 is a tribute to a legendary guitarist and one of his most cherished guitars.
It features a one-piece mahogany neck with an Indian laurel fretboard and a comfortable Rounded C profile. Other pro features include Gibson BurstBucker™ 2 and 3 pickups wired to CTS® potentiometers and Mallory™ capacitors, A Switchcraft™ pickup selector toggle switch and output jack and a Maestro™ Vibrola™. There’s also a custom hardshell case with Epiphone and Joe Bonamassa graphics and a certificate of authenticity too.
- One-piece mahogany neck with an Indian laurel fretboard
- Rounded C profile, Gibson BurstBucker™ 2 and 3 pickups wired to CTS® potentiometers and Mallory™ capacitors
- A Switchcraft™ pickup selector toggle switch and output jack, and a Maestro™ Vibrola™.
- Also includes a custom hardshell case with Epiphone and Joe Bonamassa graphics and a certificate of authenticity.
Some guitars are more special than others… Even when that guitar is owned by world-famous guitarist and guitar collector, Joe Bonamassa.
In 1996, he purchased a red 1962 Gibson ES-335 and used it on his first solo album, A New Day Yesterday. In 2001, he regrettably sold the guitar to help fund his move from New York to LA. As the 20th anniversary of Joe’s first record approached, a strange twist of fate occurred! An unexpected phone call resulted in Joe being reunited with his old friend, the red ES-335 that propelled him through his first solo effort and launched him into a new life on the West Coast. Feeling fortunate to get his old guitar back, Joe promised that this important instrument would stay with him for the rest of his days.