Gibson ES-175 Guitar Review :: Electric Guitars
You've been listening to this guitar since you were a kid. Now check it out...the most popular guitar of the
The ES-175 debuted in 1949. With a comfortable body size and stylish pointed cutaway, it quickly became the most popular guitar of the
jazz world. The transparent finishes (sunburst with gold hardware or antique natural with nickel) on a laminated maple body always
remind you that you're touching wood. Binding on the top, back, and fretboard, combined with a trapeze tailpiece and parallelogram
fretboard inlays, the Gibson ES-175 Guitar provides a big touch of class. Traditional Gibson design and 2 '57 Classic humbuckers dish out huge helpings of
tone on this musical instrument.
|Features + Technical Specs|
| Body & Hardware
||Plain laminated maple top|
Curly laminated maple back and rims
16" (W) X 20.5"(L) X 3.5" (D)
Multi-ply binding on top,single-ply binding on back
ABR-1 bridge, trapeze tailpiece
Amber tophat Knobs
|Neck & Headstock
||1-piece mahogany neck|
20 fret Rosewood fingerboard, Width at 12th fret 2.062"
Peghead Pitch: 17°
Thickness at 1st fret: 0.635"
Thickness at 12th fret: 0.780"
Heel Length: 0.625"
Neck Joint Location: 14th fret
Headstock Inlay: Holly
Pearl split parallelogram inlays
175-style neck profile
24 3/4" scale length; 1 11/16" nut width
Vintage Tulip tuners
|Electronics & Strings
||'57 Classic humbucking pickups|
2 volume, 2 tone, 3-way selector switch
Brite Wire .010-.046 Strings
||Antique Natural, Vintage Sunburst, Wine Red|
|This musical instruments offer includes Case
||Includes black levant case|
Exterior: Black smooth levant hardshell
Interior: Charcoal Plush
Silkscreen: Gold 'Gibson' logo
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