Gibson Electric Archtop Information

ES-335TD

Introduced: 1958 - present
Dimensions: 16” Wide 1 ¾ deep
Body: Maple Laminated Top , back and sides, White binding,
Double Cutaway
Neck: Solid Mahogany, no binding 1959 white binding –
dot inlays 1962 block inlays 22 fret rosewood fingerboard
pearl inlay crown on peghead
Finish: Sunburst, cherry red or Natural
Pickups: Two Humbuckers
Hardware: Nickel plated - Black 5 ply pickguard, Tune-o-matic bridge,
and stud tailpiece, Some with Bigsby Vibrato - 1965 trapeze tailpiece and chrome hardware
Tuners: 6 Individual Kluson

Notes: Gibson’s most popular and widely used thinline electric archtop guitar.
ES-330T & TD

Introduced: 1959 - 1972
Dimensions: 16” Wide 1 ¾ deep
Body: Maple Laminated Top , back and sides, White binding,
Double Cutaway
Neck: Solid Mahogany, white binding –
dot inlays 1962 block inlays 22 fret rosewood fingerboard
Finish: Sunburst, cherry red or Natural
Pickups: TD- Two P-90 T- One P-90
Hardware: Nickel plated - 5 ply Black pickguard, Tune-o-matic bridge,
trapeze tailpiece - Some with Bigsby Vibrato - 1965 and chrome hardware
Tuners: 6 Individual Kluson

Notes: Same body shape as ES-335 but not same internal body construction
The ES-330 was the replacement for the ES-225.