Gibson ES 335.............Wow

Thevenin

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Crazy nuts azz expensive. Love those witch hats and trapeze tail. After playing my uncle's 345, I went around the music shops in St. Louis to nab a 335 in the mid-90s. Too expensive for my blood then, too much now. Kept my Electra 335 copy instead.
 

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I had a '79 ES-335. Wish I'd kept it. Probably it's the guitar I once owned that has appreciated the most in value since I got rid of it.
 

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I'm winding down my acquisitions to what I think are "essentials".

I think.:orly:

With the rising prices of toys, it's getting harder to afford my lusts.

What that saying?..............you buy when you see it.

There's availability issues to when I'm ready to buy and things appear seemingly out of nowhere.

I think, if a Dawner Prince Boonar or Chase Bliss Gravitas come up, I'll be tempted.

There's also the Epiphone Casino; Peerless Retromatic and Supro lust.

If a Warrior guitar; Pawar; Scala; PRS David Grissom or Johnny Hiland crop up at a doable price, I'll be in a quandary.

I'm budgeting myself and trying to balance my wants with my income and retirement plans.

Where will I put this stuff?

I'm already past the point of ridiculous inventory.:rolleyes:








You can't have everything...........right?:facepalm:
 
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