— Gibson ES-347 —

  ES-347 TD
  • double rounded cutaway semi-hollow body
  • arched figured maple top and back w/maple core and f-holes
  • sunburst finish
  • 3-piece maple neck
  • bound blackface peghead w/pearl crown & logo inlays
  • 3 per side Gibson 'Crank' tuners
  • brass nut
  • 22 fret bound ebony fingerboard w/pearl block inlay
  • 2 Gibson 'Dirty Fingers' humbucker pickups
  • Tune-o-matic bridge on 'Sustain Sisters' supports
  • TP-6 fine-tuning tailpiece
  • gold hardware
  • raised layered black pickguard
  • 2 volume/2 tone controls
  • 3-way pickup selector
  • 2-way series/coil-tap selector switch

    Mfd. 1978 to 1991 - this one built in December, 1978

"... A very warm 'woody' sounding instrument, this guitar is essentially a deluxe version of Gibson's ES-335. Custom features abound with its ebony fingerboard, mother-of-pearl block inlays, 3-ply binding on the headstock, updated hardware and gold-plating. A stock feature on the ES-347 was the addition of a series/coil-tap switch which gives the player a choice of some very 'un-Gibson-like' single-coil tones for spanky funk rythms and clear cutting leads. This guitar excels in a wide variety of musical situations from mainstream jazz and blues to modern funk and fusion. Built at Gibson's famous old Kalamazoo, Michigan factory, this instrument is in mint condition despite its age."