The Gibson Slim Harpo "Lovell" ES-330 celebrates the legacy of Louisiana bluesman James Isaac Moore. Nicknamed for his ever-present harmonica or "har...Click To Read More About This Product
An American-made hollowbody tribute to a great bluesman, loaded with Dogear P-90s.
The Gibson Slim Harpo "Lovell" ES-330 celebrates the legacy of Louisiana bluesman James Isaac Moore. Nicknamed for his ever-present harmonica or "harp," Harpo began his career playing juke joints in Baton Rouge, accompanying himself on a sunburst ES-330. This "Lovell" recreation takes part of its name from Harpo's wife, Lovell Jones Gambler, who traveled with her husband and co-wrote many of his songs. It features 3-ply maple/poplar/maple top, back and sides, along with spruce bracing. The mahogany neck has a rounded C-profile and rosewood fretboard with small block inlays.
Gibson loads the Slim Harpo "Lovell" ES-330 with a pair of Dogear P-90 pickups and dual, hand-wired volume and tone controls. Turn on your amp's tremolo, and you'll nail the swampy sound of Harpo hits like "I'm a King Bee," "Scratch My Back" and "Shake Your Hips."
Other specs include an ABR-1 tune-o-matic bridge, trapeze tailpiece, Orange Drop capacitors and Vntage Deluxe tuners with white buttons. A custom "Lovell" logo on the back of the headstock completes this thinline hollowbody, an apt tribute to a blues legend. It comes with a Gibson hardshell case.
Baby, scratch your back with this Slim Harpo Gibson. Order today.
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