UNPLAYED! Gibson Tamio Okuda ES-330 2017 VOS Classic White 139 of 150 with COA!

3,700.00$ 2,945.00$

UNPLAYED! Gibson Tamio Okuda ES-330 2017 VOS Classic White 139 of 150 with COA!

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Lovies Guitars is offering up for your musical pleasure an Amazing Gibson Memphis Custom ES-330 Tamio Okuda Signature! These guitars were in a limited run of 150 this particular one is 139. These are just downright amazing guitars, such a rich and versatile tone! One of the most comfortable necks I have ever put into my hands! SEE many images for exact detail!

WEIGHS in at 6.9 lbs

.905″ at the 1st fret

1.021″ at the 12th fret

1.700″ Nut Width

Serial: A09617

SKU 1060

Tamio Okuda was born on May 12, 1965 in Hiroshima, Japan, and is one of the nation’s most famous singer, songwriter and producer.Having captured the hearts of Japanese fans with his now legendary rock band, UNICORN, he kicked off his solo career in 1993, and within the following year was topping charts with his 1994 single, Ai no Tame ni.Tamio’s first solo album, ’29, also sold millions. Ever since, he’s written and produced for many Japanese household-name artists such as PUFFY, Kaela Kimura and collaborated with another rock star, Yosui Inoue. He has also deep ties with oversea musicians and in the United States, having recorded and toured with Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino as part of the alternative rock band, The Verbs. In 2009, Tamio and his UNICORN band members reformed to great success, and are still active today.

Historically Hollow: Vintage, Period-Correct Hollowbody feel and sound
Truss rod cover: Engraved with the Tamio Okuda Signature emblem
New finish colors: All in hand-sprayed nitrocellulose lacquer
Nut: Genuine Nylon nut
Historic truss rod: Improved neck adjustability, tension resilience and tone
Fingerboard binding: Rolled binding for a more comfortable feel
Frets: Low profile for improved in-tune playing and faster action
Tone capacitors: Neck pickup tone capacitors changed to retain more high end
Pickups: P90 Memphis Historic Spec