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1963 Gibson ES175 with twin PAF pickups.
Introduced as part of Gibson's "Electric Spanish" line in 1949, the ES175 was popularized by early jazz players such as Jim Hall and Joe Pass. It was Gibson's first really successful electric guitar. The ES175's was the first of Gibson's new-style cutaway electrics to feature a pressed laminated top which added to the instruments distinctively bright cutting tone.
Other more modern players like Steve Howe from Yes and Pat Metheny have also been known to use ES175's.