The Epiphone Sheraton-II, once hailed by Blues legend John Lee Hooker as "an out-did 335", combines perfect semi-hollowbody tone with impeccable looks. In 1958 Epiphone produced its first guitars in the Gibson Kalamazoo factory. It was a momentous time for both companies and especially for Epiphone fans and dealers who only a few years before had feared the company might not survive the decade.
The Sheraton not only loudly declared that Epiphone was back in business, but it also heralded a new era in guitar design that put the Kalamazoo factory way out in front in giving musicians exciting new instruments. For decades, Epiphone and Gibson had been bitter rivals in archtop design. After the two companies merged, engineer's from both companies combined decades of expertise and trade secrets to create the Electric Spanish (ES) collection which included the legendary ES-335 semi-hollowbody.
The Epiphone Sheraton II is backed by the Epiphone's Lifetime Limited Warranty featuring Gibson 24/7/360 Customer Service that guarantees the instrument against defects in materials or workmanship. Visit your favorite Authorized Epiphone Dealer to experience one for yourself.
||Laminated Maple with Mahogany Center Block
||Hard Maple, Slim Taper "C" Profile, Glued-In
||Rosewood with Block & Triangle Mother of Pearl and Abalone Inlays
||Alnico Classic™ Humbuckers
||2-Volume, 2-Tone, 3-Way Toggle
||Multi-Headstock, Multi-Neck. Multi-Body
||Bound "Tortoise" with Metal "E"
||Epiphone Limited Lifetime
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