The Gibson ES-175 should easily land a spot on the "top-five" list of any Jazz players list of quintessential guitars. First introduced to the world in 1949 with a single P-90 configuration, the guitar continuously progressed over the years until it finally hit a high-point both in tone and looks, when in 1959 the guitar featured two humbucking pickups. This is the Memphis-made ES-175 with an antique natural finish over a flame maple body and 1-piece mahogany neck. With the '57 Classic humbuckers it can even pump out some Rock and Roll when pushed into a light overdrive. This is a fantastic instrument that will be be a welcome addition to any Jazzbox aficionados collection.
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