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"I think I got my dream guitar. It's a '67 Gibson 330. I'm way into that instrument. I got it at Rivington Guitars in New York, just shopping around. It's a fairly new purchase, so I didn't get a chance to use it on the album. I still haven't decided if I'm going to play it live. It might be one of those things I keep to myself." -Gary Clark Jr., [Music Radar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/interview-gary-clark-jr-talks-blues-guitars-and-new-album-blak-and-blu-565165) Gary's gear has also been checked by Rebecca Dirks of [Tone Report](http://tonereport.com/blogs/rig-report/gary-clark-jr-reluctant-gearhead/page/two). Gary uses "D'Addario 10s or 11s, depending upon the guitar, medium Dunlop picks, and Dunlop glass slides" on this guitar for the song "Numb". Gary's tech, Dave Holman, was [interviewed by Premier Guitar](https://youtu.be/_41e0TRdmiM?t=8m56s). He says that the ES-330 was his main guitar, but has been used with a harmonica. The guitar is described as also having a much softer sound.more
[This photo-article from MusicRadar/*Guitarist* magazine](http://www.musicradar.com/guitarist/manic-street-preachers-james-dean-bradfields-gear-280353) details all of the gear Bradfield used during the making of the Manic Street Preacher's 2010 album *Postcards From a Young Man.* A 1969 ES-330 is depicted in James' guitar collection.more
In this Instagram, James Bay can be seen holding/hugging his new guitar, a 1964 Gibson ES-330. He captions the photo, "I finally got it!! The guitar of my dreams! We're going to run away together.. #thanksbye" In the comments, he replies to a couple users, confirming the year and model of this electric guitar: "'64 ES330 mmmmhmmmm x"more
In [this article](http://www.vintageguitar.com/16323/colin-linden/), some of Colin Linden's guitars are listed, in clouding a '69 Gibson ES-330. It says, "He also lists a ’69 Gibson ES-330, a Custom Shop Les Paul with P-90s, an old Strat, and a 'number of Telecasters' among other six-strings."more
In addition to the aforementioned Brian May Red Special, Stroud’s guitar collection includes several instruments from the Sixties: a 1965 Fender Stratocaster, a 1968 Fender Jazzmaster, and a 1969 Gibson ES-330. “I also have a Gibson J-50 flattop acoustic, although I don’t know what year it is,” he says.more