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The semi-hollow design of the Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar uses a solid center block and hollow "wings" to give it the fat, mellow tone of a jazz guitar and the sustain of a solidbody. It has an arched maple top, back, and rim; laminated maple neck; gold-plated hardware; multiple bound body, neck, peghead, and f-holes; and vine inlay on peghead with mother-of-pearl and abalone fingerboard inlays. Includes two humbucker pickups and separate tone and volume controls. The LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and string changing easier. Limited lifetime warranty.

Features

Arched maple top, back, and sides
3-piece set maple neck
Dual humbuckers
the LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece add more sustain and string changing easier
Gold-plated hardware
Multiple bound body, neck, peghead, and f-holes
Vine inlay on peghead
Mother-of-pearl and abalone fretboard inlays
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EpiphoneSheraton II Electric Guitar
 
4.8

(based on 62 reviews)

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Pros

  • Fun to play (4)
  • Good feel (4)
  • Good pick up (4)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

This is the one for blues!!!!!!

I purchased the Epi Sheraton II a month ago from Guitar Center, Spokane (awesome service and help at that location worthy of the 3 hour drive). I usually wait much longer before writing...Read complete review

I purchased the Epi Sheraton II a month ago from Guitar Center, Spokane (awesome service and help at that location worthy of the 3 hour drive). I usually wait much longer before writing a review, but this guitar deserves a great review already and every blues musician should know about it. After many hours of A/B testing in three states, I picked up the natural finish version and to my surprise, everything about it instantly stood out from all other guitar brands and models tested in various price ranges. It is the fastest non-satin finish neck, semi hollow dual humbucker guitar by far that I could find and the tone/sustain probably can't get much better. I suppose you could get a fatter sound with a change in pick-ups, but that is not as high on my list as some other tones. I wasn't crazy about the natural finish/flower head stock/gold hardware for my look, but I could not put it down. I have since read that maybe they save the "best wood" Sheratons for the natural finish models because of the aesthetic value. It has tones that blow my mind! It begs and sings for string bends and vibrato! Echo effect is outstanding. The lead humbucker is so bright, I can just about grab a clean Casino sound out of her. Yet, I can easily get some downright dirty blues sounds too (although the Lucille's lack of F holes seem to be dirtier). For the distortion fans out there (not my thing) and even if you are not, check out YouTube for a Sheraton demo treat that will blow your socks off. I play it daily for hours until my neck/shoulders tire out (it is heavy) and then I sit down and stare at it's beauty endlessly (yeah, I'm still in the honeymoon phase). It's too bad no one ever sees the back, for it is just salivatingly sexy! Finish and inlays are outstanding (I have to give credit to the Korean labor force). The neck binding/inlay/fret work is worth $100.00s alone. Warning to purists: the neck appears to be laminate with two thin strips of darker wood lengthwise. I'm no luthier, it is pretty, but this might be the specific construction that makes the Gibson prevail...albeit, for over double the money. Action is perfect and just a slight intonation adjustment on the B string was all she needed (probably because it is set up and inspected in the USA). The Grover tuners are the best I've owned. My beloved Strat has not been touched since this babe has entered my life. I would highly recommend a right angle cord plug to avoid any potential force at the jack (notorious issue for top exit hollow bodies). Any reviews talking about loose nuts at the jack, pick-up switch and tone knobs do not understand that this guitar is not just some slab of wood, and this is the way hollow bodies must be assembled and keeping them tight is part of the required maintenance like checking air pressure in your car tires. I do have two very minor beefs. The pick-up switch is mechanically noisy when practicing at low volumes. No electronic pops like the Dots, but just a heavy click that kind of ruins the mood during a song. Maybe it is just a little stiff since it is still new. Secondly, the nut is plastic and although in this price range it is not unusual and it stays in tune now that the strings are broken in, it is the only outwardly cheap thing on what appears to be a guitar that looks like thousands of dollars. That said, since I would have paid another couple hundred bucks for this guitar, I guess I can pay to have a bone nut made and installed. There is no question IMHO, that this is the best dual humbucker blues axe out there unless you are willing to pay well over a grand. I am so thankful to Epiphone for not making me spend the big bucks for a Gibson.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Muddy Pickups

I was going to give four stars, but to say that I like everything about this guitar except the pickups is to say that I dislike the most important part of the guitar. I...Read complete review

I was going to give four stars, but to say that I like everything about this guitar except the pickups is to say that I dislike the most important part of the guitar. I play through a Fender Hot Rod DeVille, but the sound just comes out muted. This seems to be a common complaint about this guitar. I'm either going to change the pickups or trade it. I've heard good things about the guitar once the pickup are changed. I wish Epiphone would just put good pickups in to begin with. If you look at the specs list, it just says dual humbuckers, non-descript humbuckers.

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(46 of 46 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is the one for blues!!!!!!

By ObsessedGuitarPlayer

from Plains, Montana

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I purchased the Epi Sheraton II a month ago from Guitar Center, Spokane (awesome service and help at that location worthy of the 3 hour drive). I usually wait much longer before writing a review, but this guitar deserves a great review already and every blues musician should know about it. After many hours of A/B testing in three states, I picked up the natural finish version and to my surprise, everything about it instantly stood out from all other guitar brands and models tested in various price ranges. It is the fastest non-satin finish neck, semi hollow dual humbucker guitar by far that I could find and the tone/sustain probably can't get much better. I suppose you could get a fatter sound with a change in pick-ups, but that is not as high on my list as some other tones. I wasn't crazy about the natural finish/flower head stock/gold hardware for my look, but I could not put it down. I have since read that maybe they save the "best wood" Sheratons for the natural finish models because of the aesthetic value. It has tones that blow my mind! It begs and sings for string bends and vibrato! Echo effect is outstanding. The lead humbucker is so bright, I can just about grab a clean Casino sound out of her. Yet, I can easily get some downright dirty blues sounds too (although the Lucille's lack of F holes seem to be dirtier). For the distortion fans out there (not my thing) and even if you are not, check out YouTube for a Sheraton demo treat that will blow your socks off. I play it daily for hours until my neck/shoulders tire out (it is heavy) and then I sit down and stare at it's beauty endlessly (yeah, I'm still in the honeymoon phase). It's too bad no one ever sees the back, for it is just salivatingly sexy! Finish and inlays are outstanding (I have to give credit to the Korean labor force). The neck binding/inlay/fret work is worth $100.00s alone. Warning to purists: the neck appears to be laminate with two thin strips of darker wood lengthwise. I'm no luthier, it is pretty, but this might be the specific construction that makes the Gibson prevail...albeit, for over double the money. Action is perfect and just a slight intonation adjustment on the B string was all she needed (probably because it is set up and inspected in the USA). The Grover tuners are the best I've owned. My beloved Strat has not been touched since this babe has entered my life. I would highly recommend a right angle cord plug to avoid any potential force at the jack (notorious issue for top exit hollow bodies). Any reviews talking about loose nuts at the jack, pick-up switch and tone knobs do not understand that this guitar is not just some slab of wood, and this is the way hollow bodies must be assembled and keeping them tight is part of the required maintenance like checking air pressure in your car tires. I do have two very minor beefs. The pick-up switch is mechanically noisy when practicing at low volumes. No electronic pops like the Dots, but just a heavy click that kind of ruins the mood during a song. Maybe it is just a little stiff since it is still new. Secondly, the nut is plastic and although in this price range it is not unusual and it stays in tune now that the strings are broken in, it is the only outwardly cheap thing on what appears to be a guitar that looks like thousands of dollars. That said, since I would have paid another couple hundred bucks for this guitar, I guess I can pay to have a bone nut made and installed. There is no question IMHO, that this is the best dual humbucker blues axe out there unless you are willing to pay well over a grand. I am so thankful to Epiphone for not making me spend the big bucks for a Gibson.

(41 of 43 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The stuff dreams are made of...

By Epifern335

from El Paso, TX

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I have owned this guitar for six months now and waited the appropriate time to post a review. This guitar is wonderful any way you look at it. Initially, I was torn between the ebony version and the natural, but I decided on the natural only because fingerprints, dust, and grime don't show up on it as much. I use the guitar pretty much the way I bought it, only changing things for purely aesthetic reasons, like adding gold Gibson speed knobs and a vintage amber switchcap. I also added strap locks. I am a working musician and this is the only guitar I ever use. I play styles centered on rock, but I do also play some jazz, and this guitar fits the bill nicely. The tones can be mellow, smooth, and dark when they need to be, but can be coaxed into a spanky, bright, and jangly sound. I have used this guitar through a Vox Valvetronix amp, which makes it sound absolutely great. This guitar really comes alive through a tube amp, like the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe or the DeVille. This guitar even sounds great going direct into the PA via a modeling processor, which in my line of duty is how it mostly ends up being used. The only concern I have is the nuts and threaded pieces. Almost all of the components which are attached using a nut are loosening, which means I spend too much time tightening components like the output jack, pickup selector switch, even the pots behind the knobs. Bottom line, this guitar looks and sounds amazing, and the workmanship is as good or even better as other more expensive models/lines. I could not find a finish flaw on this guitar, and everything about it feels so sturdy.

(27 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Instant pleasure

By Jaemelo

from New York, NY

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

As soon as I plugged this guitar into an amp, I knew that this guitar was worth buying. It has those sweet sounds you'd hear on a B.B. King record The pickups are an amazing piece of work, which is a bargain considering what you'll pay for this guitar. It's the right guitar for you if you are beginning to play gigs frequently.

(25 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Epi Sheraton II

By Beginner Brad

from Morgan Hill, CA

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I'm a beginner guitarist at 45. Bought my son a Squire Strat to learn on. He was having so much fun. That i kept playing with his. So the wife and kids bought the old man the Epi Sheraton II. I love it. It sounds good and with larger hands it is easier to play. The only bummer was that the output jack fell into the body of the guitar the first week of owning it. I feel like a kid again, i rush home from work to play with my son on our guitars. Have not changed anything on it, but the strings and lowered the bridge. I run it into a Vox amp. sounds great. FUN FUN FUN. Need to run home now and play.

(24 of 33 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sheraton II

By 15 guitars and counting

from Pennsylvania

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I own a sunburst Sheraton II and find it to be a nice sounding and playing guitar. The neck is very Gibson-like, and has a familiar feel. The only problem I have had is microphonic feedback from the inexpensive pick-ups. I get a high pitched squeal when using anything above moderate overdrive on my Marshall amp. If I plug in any of my other guitars(with EMG's or Duncan pickups) into the amp with the same control settings, I get no squeal. I have had a similar problem with an Epi Les Paul Plustop I own. I assume that once I replace the cheap humbuckers, it will cease. As for now, I am pleased with the guitar. Very nice headstock and fretboard inlays.

(18 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good guitar for modifications

By Carlos

from Brooklyn NY

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I got my first Epiphone Sheraton II in the late 90's. I've used it on several album recordings and the guitar has never let me down. I play with very heavy strings and the neck has never warped on me. Over the years I've added a bigsby bar and a pair of Seymour Duncan 59s. The guitar takes a beating and keeps sounding sweet. I like this guitar so much that I purchased a second one and replaced the stock pickups with Seymour Duncan Pearly Gates and Jazz Neck Pick-up, I've also added a Bigsy Bar. Cool tones from a guitar that is kind to modifications.

(15 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

epiphone by gibson

By Von Knoblock

from Sactown,CA

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I've always wanted a Gretsch or the likes of a semi hollowbody, last month I traded a newer bass of mine for a 1988 Sheriton, warm, classy, static free, & jazzy!! With a bigsby and a couple of seymour duncans, it would be perfect, afterall, it is the only one I've ever seen that reads Epiphone by Gibson, same size lettering on the headstock, in pearl to complement that beautiful pearl vinework, I've looked all over the web, yet cannot find one like it. I don't think you can find a better guitar for the price, from a legendary company!! I prefer this guitar over my Les Pauls!! YOU SHOULD BUY ONE!!!!

(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect

By Mike

from Davison, Mi

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

Ok Ive been wanting a semi hollow for a while now but I didnt want to break the bank so originaly I was looking at the Ibanex ac73. The saleman was pushing the Eppie dot over the Ibanez so i said ok lets give them a listen. He plugged in the dot first and it sounded muddy to me. Then he plugged in the Ibanex ac73. It was a shade better sounding. Then my wife spotted the sheradon II. I had him plug it in. The sheradon blew them away! The tone was so much cleared and sounde d great. I own a Martin D28, a Gibson Dove, A Fender Telecaster, a nother accoustic/electric Fender and a few others. I can throw all my other high end guitars away into the trash (not really) but this thing rocks! The Eppie blows all my high end guitars right out of the water and onto the shore. I cant believe the tone this thing has! I had to lower the bridge a little and tighten up the input jack and I put a set of DR tite-fit .10 string on it, plugged it into my 20 yo peavey classic IV amp and RP effects board set on cleaqn with a little delay and I found God. 12 hours later my wife was dragging me to bed. Im telling you BUY THIS GUITAR if you looking for a semi hollow. You wont be disappointed. I cant say enough good things about its tone and how it feels in my hand it is absoulety amazing for a lower priced guitar. This is already my all time favorite guitar and I bet I dont play the others much anymore. This guitar just inspires so much I cant believe it.

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Gibson Killer

By na

from DFW, TX

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Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I haven't A/B'd this directly against a Gibson ES-335. But, as a Gibson USA guy for many years, please allow me pass on some knowledge I've acquired the hard way. There's as much pride in workmanship in this Epiphone as I've ever seen on a Gibson. Sure, Gibson has to justify their insane retail prices somehow. But $150 pickups, pretty finishes, and a Gibson logo do NOT justify dropping 2 or 3 grand for me anymore. I've spent thousands on Gibsons and I've never quite felt like I got my money's worth, aside from a few good used Studios and maybe a couple SGs I suppose. The Sheraton II however, is worth every penny and then some. Set up properly, action is absurdly low without ANY fret buzz. Pickups are a solid 4 out of 5. Great output and very articulate. Resonance and sustain are just vastly beyond any solid body I've ever played. I did recently play a Gibson ES-335 and I'm not gonna lie. The Gibson is a better guitar. The shocking thing though? Not by much! If the Gibson was a 10, then I'd give the Sheraton an easy 8.5 REGARDLESS of the msrp. The only things the Gibson has going for it are solid wood vs laminated, and the pickups. That's it. If that's worth spending the extra 2 or 3 grand, that's your prerogative. For me, this guitar lacks NOTHING that actually matters. Plays, sounds, and looks amazing. Mojo for miles! Built extremely well and made to last. If you want more out of a guitar, you're chasing something that doesn't exist.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Classic rock and blues for 52 years

By kenneth

from Akron, Ohio

Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

I've had my Sheraton now for a little over a year .I bought it used from Guitar Center in Denver .It was made in Korea in 2012, came with a case . The guys at Guitar Center are always great and very helpful .I'm not a novice , I started playing guitar in 1963 . I have owned several American made Epiphones in the early years .That ceased when they went overseas much to my dismay .I started playing Gibsons and Fenders . I kind of forgot about Epiphones until I took a good look at the Sheratons . They rival the old American made ones , the finish , inlay work , playability , tone ,and beauty is fantastic.I owned a very expensive 1982 Gibson ES 335 , that I was never crazy about . I can honestly say I like the Sheraton better . Mine is Ebony , the finish is breath taking ,I love the locking bridge for changing strings .I left mine completely stock , which I can't say about my Gibsons and Fenders . I would recommend this model to anybody that appreciates a well made instrument . I can't comment on the Chinese , or Indonisian models , but my Korean Sheraton is a guitar I will keep forever !

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Gorgeous and just right as it is

By Old John

from St. Louis

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

      1. Superlative care in shipping. It came in the Epiphone box (very protective) inside a second box.
      2. Gorgeous out of the box. It was a restock, but after carefully examining it, it appeared flawless to me. Thanks for the discounted price!! The finish workmanship is top notch.
      3. Action was perfect for me, but I had to adjust intonation for the unwound strings. NBD.The neck was perfectly straight.
      4. My "go to" is a strat style/EMG guitar, so I was looking for something different and this is surely that.
      5. I had little confidence in off brand pickups (Epiphone is "off brand" in my book), but these are well suited to the guitar. You don't want to saturate the system when you play a semi-hollow. I have an 11 Rack, so finding an amp model that flattered the setup was not a problem. You cannot expect the same amp set up to work perfectly for a solid body and a semi-solid. These pickups have a much fatter sound than my EMG strat pickups -- neither good or bad, just a fact.
      6. Within 3 days, I knew this was a keeper. I am not big into comparisons (to the 335, for example), because each guitar deserves its own assessment, just like people do. I can get jazzy, clean and fat tones, then crank it up for hard core metal. Everything in between is there. For some reason, it is a superb rhythm guitar. Chords just sound so good.
      7. Whether this guitar suits you is personal, so I make no recommendation. It is surely worth a try.

      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Brit Rock Dream Guitar!!!

      By Madferrit1979

      from Cookeville, TN

      Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

      I am a big fan of of British rock band, esspecially Oasis, and of course The Beatles. If you want to get the sound theses kind of bands have this is the guitar for you!!!! Play it on a clean channel and you can crank out 60`s rock all day. Turn up the distortion, and channel your inner Noel Gallagher! Great guitar all around. I highly recomend it!!

      (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Perfect after a set-up/upgrades

      By Aaron McCracken

      from Indianapolis, IN

      Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

      These are beautiful well made instruments that are in my opinion the best instruments Epiphone manufactures. Mine is the vintage sunburst finish and there were no imperfections and it shines like a mirror. That being said, they are still Epiphone's and you need to get them set-up at the least. After setup it played better than my Gibson ES-335 and the Gibson is now sitting comfortably in its case while the Sheraton gets all the attention. I recommend replacing the nut with a bone or tusk nut, and switching out the pickups with some Seymour Duncan '59 humbuckers. Do that, and this instrument will never disappoint you.

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Sweet Guitar

      By HUEY

      from Lafayette, LA

      Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

      Well, can't do any better than this in most price ranges. I have Gibsons and never played an Epi. Walked into Guitar Center and saw this guitar hanging on the wall. On a whim, I picked it up and started playing it and was impressed with the feel and set up. Plugged it in and was amazed that the electronics were so close to my Gibsons. I was planning a Gibson semi hollow body as my next guitar, but the Epi being a third the price, and what I consider 90% of a Gibson, made an Epi believer of me. The fit and finish is excellent, the pickups are strong, the feel is amazing, and the looks,,,,well just look at it! Wow. And take it from someone who owns 3 Gibsons, No need to spend the extra cash, at least not on a semi hollow body.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent sound and value!

      By Doctor Ron

      from Coarsegold, CA

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

        Cons

        • Gold plating too thin.

        Best Uses

        • Any musical style

        Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

        I've been playing for 40 yrs or so. This guitar sounds better than my Gibson ES335 and is 1/4 the price! Sound is well rounded with plenty of musical spectrum. Much more well rounded sound than a solid body. You can get shimmer and sparkle too because of the tapped pups activated by pulling up on the volume knobs. The fret board is smooth and fast--the only downside is that the frets themselves could have used a good polish--but that is normal for any Gibson/Epiphone or any guitar in this price range.
        The only downside to this guitar is the gold plating is very thin and after only 3 months or so of play it has worn off in a couple of places and I can see bare metal underneath.

        (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        brought mine in 2007 still kicks

        By requinto rivera

        from East chicago Ind

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone
        • great 4 jazz (mainly)
        • Solid Electronics

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • gigs/ bed room (mostly)

          Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

          I love this a great n warm pups this thing sing jazz (mainly) and blues use it with my bugera v-22 and wow. 4 those that think the pups r muddy they got a bad ax. but if u set the amp right then if not change the pups. I never would unless they go bad. I love mine and won't give it up made in korea.

          (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          my 1st broke , my 2nd one came back w/o pull button knobs

          By Mule

          from jax,fl.

          About Me Experienced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

          • the guled on bage falls off

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing

          Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

          Great looks , easy on the fingers , craftsmanship rating 8.5.

          (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Love my Sheraton

          By DavidU

          from Bellevue, WA

          Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

          I also have an '88 Sheraton with the "Epiphone by Gibson" script on the headstock. I bought mine in 1990 or '91 and have played it off and on over the years. It's been well cared for and kept in the case up until the past 18 months or so when I hung it on the wall so I could get to it more often. Although it's never been in for a tune up, it still sounds awesome with a nice deep tone thats not buzzy or rattly. I hooked it up to a M-Audio Black Box today and have a renewed respect for the versitility and playability of this guitar, even after more than 15 years of ownership.

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Sweet Guitar

          By Eric R

          from Seattle WA

          Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

          Amazing looking guitar, total stunner when you open the case. The inlays and neck stock are a thing of beauty. The feel is great as well, no sharp frets and very easy to play. The Epiphone logo on the pick guard fell of almost instantly and the pickups are discolored a bit from the stickers that were on them are the only things that keep this from being a 5 star review. Guitar does sound wonderful though.

          (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          At a Glance

          By Cisco

          from Longview, WA

          Comments about Epiphone Sheraton II Electric Guitar:

          Walked into Guitar Center for the Labor Day Big Sale. I knew from the reviews about this guitar that it was probably what I was looking for. Totally amazed at the sale price.. which was about half the value.. wow Couldn't tell how it sounded so much in the store.. I needed to hook it up to my own equipment to be sure.. But Guitar Center offers a 30 day money back guarantee how could I go wrong? When I got it home, I immediately changed the strings to D'Addario XL Chromes Flat wound .011-.050. Buffed it up a bit with Love Potion #9 guitar polish to get the store customers off my new guitar.. Now I was ready to plug her in to my classic Fender 1985 Red Knob Power Chorus, Played her through my pedal board using voodoo lab Sparkle Drive only to see what she could do. First test flight.. Thumbs up!! Love the neck, it is like playing on butter. Like someone else posted, I just set her up and stared at her, WOW! She joins, my Taylor, Martins, Ibanez, Parker and others.

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