What Jack said...
Plus I'll also add - I've got to "almost 335's" here, since they're ES-333 (half El Diablos!). The 333 is basically a dull finish 335 that came with no pickup covers, no pickguard, and silkscreen vs inlaid logo. Still has the binding. Also has... the backdoor like the Lucille, which makes electronics changes and fixes a snap. But I digress....
I'd personally go for the Tele Thinline. Reason being you can get a case for that, no issues at all. But whatever you choose... here's some issues.
The 335 is a laminated maple body with mahogany center block (formerly maple, formerly chromite aka balsa). The neck, pickups, bridge and tailpiece attach to this center block core, which is fitted rather well the top, and less well to the back. The maple top, back and sides are rather rigid, but do resonate quite a bit.
The defacto modern (currently made) pickup for the ES-335 is the 57Classic Gibson pickup, which is a rather smooth pickup, medium bright in that guitar, and has as a pronounced midrange scoop (less mids). You can use the hotter "plus" version in the bridge but the factory 335's don't do this.
Ok having said that. If you really really want to nail the 335 tone out of Warmoth parts... I'd try to duplicate the materials. That is, maple body, mahogany neck. TOM and stopbar. And Gibson 57 Classic pickups. Lordy I'm gettin gas just thinking of this... You might want to get thinline-no-F-hole as an option. But with the F/hole is good too, whatever floats ya boat.
The ES-335 is a fairly aggressive guitar. Not nearly as heavy mid warm as the ES-135/ES-137 (which have 3pc maple necks btw).
I can tell you that I built an all maple Tele once with Gibson 57's in it. It got "stolen" by a customer of mine, who refused to give it back when I let him try it. We settled for an ok price. That guitar NAILED the classic LP tone. I mean it just NAILED it (by accident not design). I've thought about making another, but...haven't (yet). The 57's are really great pickups, and would do well in a hollow maple guitar with mahogany neck (hint hint).