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Written on: 04/04/2015 by Casey136 (1 review written)
Why do people compare the Epi /Sheraton with the 335. 1st,price, What do you want for around £450 av. You can't compare a £1500+ with a £500 instrument. I have a 2010 Chinese built Sheraton(another moan with some) and as far as I'm concerned it sound amazing and I have no build quality issues..I have had No tuning problems, electrics work fine And it looks a million. Would I recommend, deff I would. £ 4 £ no contest. Its a Jazz / blues guitar not a Slash screamer. I think the Sheraton are… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/03/2013
In 92 I wanted a new guitar so I went to the shop to get a Gibson ES-335. I got there saw the sheraton and the joe pass along with the es-335. I loved the jazz sound put out by the emporer but didnt like the feel of the thick guitar anything above the 12th fret. I loved the sheraton and the es-335. They both felt and played the same. Same sound and same quality. I purchased the Sheridan and have never regreted it. I had a 40% off coupon and picked it up for 350.00 what a steal compared to… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2011 by h2g2 (1 review written)
I bought my Sherry2 in 1999 and thought it was average at the time playing it through an old transistor Vox. I always loved the look and feel of it though, and it was much lighter than the solid bodies I'd had. I bought a valve amp in about 2005 and the sound was so much better, but still not what I wanted. Thought of changing pickups and upgrading the bits, including getting a bigger amp etc. In the end I simply went for a professional set up. I couldn't believe it when I got it back… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2011 by Captain Crisps (1 review written)
This is a great guitar failed by cheap hardware. Once you strip it out and re-fit with quality it is a wonderful instrument.
I bought mine in about 1998 thinking I was getting a Casino, would you believe. At that stage I was only a so-so guitarist but it was obvious, even to me, it had much more to give.
* Cheap pickups which lack response, particularly at the bass end
* It constantly goes out of tune
* Open strings sound dull
* The electrics feel sturdy as cobwebs
Unaltered, the… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2011
In the 1970's I bought an Epiphone Riviera red with white binding and chrom hardware,it was my first semi-hollow body; I never gave it a chance to prove it's self,I didn't know much about the instrument in those days. After I learned to play a little better around the late 1980's,I traded the Riviera for a Sheraton wineburst new with a case, I was very satisfied with the trade. It's now 2011 and the Sheraton has been my main guitar ever since. I LOVE MY SHERATON and GOD BLESS EPIPHONE… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/12/2010 by bendeschaad (2 reviews written)
I've owned a 1999 Sheraton 2 for 10 years. The blonde model. I call her "Blondie." Great tone but did need to have the pots replaced about 2 years ago. I also have a Gretsch hollow body electric and a Gibson-Les Paul Epi, but I keep going back to my Sheraton 2. I like the 3 part neck (made in Korea)
and the way the neck feels up and down the fretboard. Stays in tune really well for RnR and occasional country. I run it through a 1965 Fender Vibrolux with just a little reverb, which, allows… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/10/2010
Very good guitar for the money. Nice semi-hollow body. Paid $450 for mine used (1997 model) not a scratch on it with Seymour Duncan pickups installed. I love everything about this guitar except one thing. It is very heavy. You get shoulder fatigue when playing for more than 15 minutes. Very versitile guitar with good sustain. I can play mellow jazz to hard driving rock on this thing. Stays in tune very well. Has a wide shallow neck that feels great and plays easy. Other than being… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2010
wanted this guitar for a long time.saving for ages.what i went without was well worth it.beautiful to look at.so comfortable to hold.the neck was daunting with my small hands,but proved no problem at all,the sound and playability and the versitility of this guitar has progressed my playing beyond all expectations.recomended strings thomastik blues sliders although any strings soundgood,get 10s ,9s dont really work… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2010
Amazing great for money, stay's in tune well ,look's amence, get it! I've had one for a year and i love it. The only fault is it isn't the most stong of guitars… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/03/2010
I've had a Sheraton II in natural for a couple of years, during which time it's been given some of the normal upgrades: bone nut, Seymour Pearly Gates + new push-pull pots. I've taken off all of the blingy gold hardware, adding a chrome stesbar trem and a set of chrome locking tuners. Having been a big teenage Alex Lifeson fan, an ES335 was always my dream guitar, but with my medium quality skills, I couldn't justify the costs. Even before the upgrades, this was a very nice instrument -… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2009
I Play all genres of music..Jazz is my style..Found my Epiphone Sheraton in a flea market for 400.00 bucks.I've owned it for 10 years and I don't have any regrets.This one was made in Korea. Super tone ..comfortable neck.The instrument itself sounds darn good unamplified and for old seasoned players like myself that's a good indication of what it would sound like plugged in.I did upgrade my pick-ups w/Sduncans and had a custom bridge carved from rosewood and will be upgrading my pots...but… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2009 by magp56 (1 review written)
Recently I bought a Gibson SG. I think I paid about double money just for a little bit more of sound quality. I love my Sheraton 6 years old because is an awesome guitar for its price. Good for blues,jazz, rock and more... IMO a bit heavy to play stand up but its weight adds a good sustain… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/05/2009 by sheepgnome (1 review written)
One of the more polished 335 alikes from Epiphone.
Similar in quality to the BB King Lucille model in finish, well worth a look and play if you want a 335 type box.
Versatile for Jazz sounds, rock like Ted Nugent, and all round playability.
Available at a great price from lots of places.
I have had mine for 12 years and its going nowhere else!… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2009 by Teawallah (1 review written)
The Epiphone Sheraton II is easier to get my playing fingers around the neck than any other guitar I've used, thus easier to play and to play fast . It's the guitar John Lennon walloped on stage, yet nobody could hear him, I wonder why ?… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/04/2009
my Epiphone Sheraton II guitar was a natural finish MIC i believe, sounds great good sustain, finish is good, can't see dings easily in a natural but looks beautiful, pickups sound good but its all to do with the amp. bits loose but u can tighten everything, the gold wore out quickly but i dont mind it looks used.
very well made guitar should stand the test of time if it has been taken care of… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/03/2009
I've got one of these Epiphone Sheraton II guitars the neck is the best I've ever come across.
However the only thing is the sg has got much more sustain and probally better toggle switches. (Gibson don't appear to really set up their guitars it needs a decent set up)e.
Don't get me wrong the sg is a grate guitar. But the epip I bought is already set up ready to go.
If your buying a gibson that should be done!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2009 by mpither5 (1 review written)
The neck of the Epiphone Sheraton II is nice and narrow considering size of guitar, the rounded shape of neck is fitting to my shovel style hand shape, the sheraton made me feel like a guitar playing grown up! First time for everything. The deep tones and versatility of different sounds are unbelievable. Oh and I fell in love with it when I bought it, lets face it beauty is only skin deep but when you look at something like an sg... ugly is to the bone! Rest my case… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2008 by MewzikmanC (1 review written)
Beautifuly looking guitar and very well made. Very versatile in terms of tone. Beautifully warm and full body sounds. Sounded great through my Ashdown Peacemake 40 watt valve combo or my Peavey Bandit 112 Transtube combo. Just a great sounding guitar and a joy to play.
I've played my friends Gibson 335 and it was not far off in terms of sound and playability. A lot of guitar for your money. One I would definately recommend… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/12/2008 by drobin (1 review written)
My guitar instuctor has an early 80s gibson 335, it falls short of that in sound only and not by that much. I just compared my Epi to a Heritage H535 and I'm telling you the Epi won in sound, the heritage felt a little better on electronics knobs etc, but that was it. No way would i buy any other hollowbody for the money it was a steal, if i put some Wolfetone pickups in it I'm sure it would be neck in neck with the Gibson for a third of the price… Read Full Review
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