GIBSON ES-335 TD, 1967

Sunburst. Near mint, 100% original guitar in perfect conditions. Thinline semi-hollow maple body, one-piece mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard with mother of pearl block inlays. All the specs of this incredible 335 are typical of the pre-67 version, with four "reflector" control knobs, old-style tune-o-matic bridge with "ABR-1" and nylon saddles, thicker five-ply plastic pickguard. 
The chrome plated hardware is in perfect conditions: trapeze tailpiece, Kluson Deluxe double-line/double-ring tuning machines, two Patent-Number humbuckers with virgin solder joints and untouched metal covers.
The gorgeous sunburst finish is in more than excellent conditions: very moderate playing wear, one scratch on the side that we have documented in the pictures below, light and even checking (the back has a little more than the top), which gives this collector's-quality guitar a special vintage vibe. Very, very clean guitar.
The neck is straight and has a pleasantly rounded profile, with the "right" width at the nut. Frets show show some wear but are still quite good and don't need to be leveled nor replaced. 
This fine 335 sounds great, has the voice of the blues. It can cut like a razor and caress like a velvet drape. The hot humbucker pickups are very well balanced and offer the wide tonal choice the model is famous for. 
The guitar's beauty is enriched by the nice original hardshell case, black with yellow lining. The previous owner used to carry in this same case also his '60s ES-355, so the inside lining shows traces of the vibrato arm. The case is in excellent conditions, very solid and with all the latches and hinges perfectly working.