Epiphone Sheraton II VS B-Stock
B-Stock with full warranty
Slight traces of use
When it comes to the domain of semi-acoustics, the company Epiphone isn't politely stepping aside to make way for its big American sister Gibson, especially since significantly different paths have been trodden by the two.
The Sheraton II, however, is based on the legendary ES-335 by Gibson. With its sustain block, it is also perfect for distorted sounds without the typical feedback. Epiphone has largely retained the characteristics of its famous American big sister, and the sound that comes from the two humbuckers is clearly reminiscent of the original: a rather soft, full-bodied tone (ideally suited for jazz, but with enough edge so that other styles such as blues and rock can still sound quite convincing). As with any good semi-acoustic, the Sheraton also has a bit of a "woody" resonance in the sound, which is particularly noticeable in the clean and low crunch range, which is due to its rich frequency spectrum and great dynamics.
- Neck: Maple
- Body and top: Maple
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Triangle inlays
- Pickups: 2 Probucker humbuckers with coil splitting
- Gold hardware
- Colour: Vintage Sunburst