Epiphone Sheraton II Pro Ebony Semi Hollow Electric guitar
The Epiphone Sheraton was hailed by blues legend John Lee Hooker as “an out-did 335.” It has been renowned for decades for its of superior tone and beautiful inlays. Originally released in 1959, it was the inspiration for the “thin-line” or ES series. It has its roots in Les Paul’s first solid body guitar, “The Log.” Les built “The Log” in Epiphone’s factory in Manhattan in 1940. The Epiphone Sheraton II Pro Ebony continues the tradition in a modern version.
“The Log” was made from Epiphone parts with a 4″ x 4″ piece of Pinewood down the middle. The ES-series is also semi-hollow with a solid center. This makes it more resistant to feedback than a true hollow body archtop guitar.
The new Epiphone Sheraton-II PRO honors Epiphone’s most influential “thin-line” semi-hollow body electric archtop. It is now offered in a beautiful Ebony finish with critically acclaimed ProBucker™ pickups with coil-splitting. It has a Graphtech® NuBone XL™ nut.
Other features include a rosewood finger board with “block and triangle” inlays and extensive binding. It features a 1960’s SlimTaper™ neck and 22 medium jumbo frets.
Try an Epiphone Sheraton II Pro at Eastgate Music today. You won’t be disappointed. This has to be one of the best value for money electric guitars on the market. Beautifully crafted, it is not only a beautiful looking guitar, but will satisfy the discerning buyer.