Epiphone Sheraton II LH
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Epiphone Sheraton II LH

Sheraton II LH, Guitarra Eléctrica para Zurdos from Epiphone.

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Marshall92 31/10/2008

Epiphone Sheraton II LH : la opinión de Marshall92 (content in English)

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The Sheraton II was made in Japan. It features 22 frets, dual humbuckers and a fixed bridge. It has a 3 way pick up toggle switch and two sets of volume/tone knobs. The neck is made of maple and is super fast.

UTILIZATION

I love the neck on the Sheraton II. It has incredible action, whether you are going to rock out to some metal or sit back and play some chords the great action makes playing anything so much easier

SOUNDS

I play soft mellow music, and the Sheraton suites me very well. Without even plugging the guitar in you get a great tone, hell, half the time I don’t even plug in. Once you do though, the beauty just continues. With the treble pickup on, you can get great rock and blues tones, flip the pickup selector to rhythm and you can almost see the jazziness oozing out of the guitar, place the selector in the middle, and with the right amp settings, you can mistake the Sheraton II for an acoustic. I love how big the Sheraton is because if you are like me, and are used to playing acoustics, the switch to the Sheraton is effortless. I love this guitar so much, the only real downfall I could fine is it is a little bit heavy, which doesn’t really bother me, but if you are playing a long gig, your shoulder is defiantly going to feel it in the morning. All and all the Sheraton II is a great guitar for any purpose, and with a retail price for about $700 you can’t go wrong, do yourself a favor and buy this guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

I have used the Sheraton II for about a year. I tried many guitars before purchasing this one, i just found the Sheraton II to be perfect for me. I love this guitar so much, the only real downfall I could fine is it is a little bit heavy, which doesn’t really bother me, but if you are playing a long gig, your shoulder is defiantly going to feel it in the morning. All and all the Sheraton II is a great guitar for any purpose, and with a retail price for about $700 you can’t go wrong, do yourself a favor and buy this guitar.