Yannis Philippakis posts a pic to Instagram that reads, "New axes." The one he is holding in his right hand (left in the photo) is a Gibson ES-347, according to the badge at the bottom of the headstock. His particular model does not appear to have a pickup selector switch below the pickguard, as some ES-347 models have. Given the Gibson ES-347 was in production from the late 70s to the late 80s, his model is one from within this range.more
In this video, Mark Ronson and a group of excellent talent cover Queens of the Stoneage's "Sat By The Ocean". At the end of the video, Mark freezes and you can clearly see the ES-347 engraving on the truss rod cover. The ES-347 is rarely seen. In 1980s, Gibson introduced this model with an addedcoil-tap switch – creating the option of a Beatles-esque Casino-like tone. During this performance, Mark Ronson is playing the rare factory black finish version of this guitar.more
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