1993 Gibson ES-165 Herb Ellis
The Gibson ES-165 Herb Ellis was introduced in 1991 and built until 2011, and features a single florentine cutaway archtop body and a single humbucking pickup in the neck position.
Herb Ellis was a very well known American jazz guitarist, working with Oscar Peterson in the 1950's and playing on thousands of sessions in West Coast studios, and died in 2010.
The Gibson ES-165 Herb Ellis uses figured, laminate maple for the body and mahogany for the neck. The fingerboard and bridge base are rosewood, and the hardware is gold plated.
This ES-165 Herb Ellis example dates to February 6, 1993 and was built at the Gibson Bozman plant. It is in excellent condition, plays very well and comes with a hardshell case.