Epiphone Sheraton II VS Electric Guitar

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Epiphone Sheraton II VS Electric Guitar

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Epiphone Sheraton II VS Electric Guitar

As played by the Boogie Man John Lee Hooker himself, the 1964 Sheraton II boasts the sustain of a solidbody with the fat tone of a jazz guitar. It features a five-layer bound maple and birch body with 24.75" scale set 3-pice maple neck, rosewood fingerboard with block and triangle inlays of mother-of-pearl and abalone. The hardware? Two humbuckers, gold plated Grover machine heads, Switchcraft 3-way toggle.

Epiphone Sheraton II Features:
  • Color: Vintage Sunburst
  • Body Wood: Lam Maple
  • Top Wood: Maple
  • Neck Wood: 3-piece maple
  • Neck Profile: Set, 1-11/16" nut
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Position Markers: mother-of-pearl and Abalone block & triangle inlays
  • Scale length: 24-3/4"
  • Number of Frets: 22
  • Pickups: Two humbuckers
  • Controls: 2 volume, 2 tone
  • Pickup Switching: 3-way selector
  • Hardware: Gold
  • Machine Heads: Grover tuners
  • Bridge/Tailpiece: Stopbar

Body TypeSheratonLeft-/Right-handedRight-handedNumber of Strings6Body MaterialLaminated MapleTop MaterialLaminated MapleColorNaturalNeck MaterialHard Maple, SetNeck ShapeSlim TaperScale Length24.75"Fingerboard MaterialRosewood, 12" RadiusFingerboard InlayBlock and TriangleNumber of Frets22Nut Width1.68"Bridge/TailpieceTune-o-matic, LockTone StopbarNumber of Pickups2Neck PickupAlNiCo Classic HumbuckerBridge PickupAlNiCo Hot HumbuckerControls2 x Volume, 2 x Tone, 3-way switchStrings(.010-.046)

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