The ES-150D was a short-lived model--Gibson only made them from 1969 to 1974--but I think it deserves more than its footnote status. This is kind of a tricky guitar to describe. It has the deep, hollow body of an ES-175 with the extended fret access and double cutaway of an ES-335. This particular example was made in 1971 and it sports a natural, blond finish that has aged to a nice amber color. The controls are the standard Gibson two volume/two tone knob setup with the addition of a master volume on the lower horn. This ES-150D is in very good structural condition and fine cosmetic shape. There are a handful of minor scuffs here and there, but nothing extreme. All the parts are original except for the tuning machines, which are Kluson reproductions. Includes a new TKL hardshall case.