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Discussion in 'Other Epiphones' started by paruwi, Apr 10, 2013.
They sure look like something to me Tom
From the left, #1 & #3
Loving your own guitars is what counts....
and be sure your herd will grow if you stay here for longer.....
Thanks. They're both great sounding guitars.
Love it! But there are no "Sheraton I"s; only Sheratons & Sheraton IIs, differentiated by the tailpiece. Stopbar = Sheraton II (introduced 1960); the Sheraton (no I; introduced 1958) has the Frequensator or Tremotone.
The Elitist was only in II; the JLH ( a separate model) was available as both (though not with the Tremotone, as Mr. Hooker's 2 '64s didn't include that variation). The '58s had single-coils, switched to mini-HBs in '59 & continued until production stopped in '70. Since they were started back up (late '70s?) all Sheratons and Sheraton IIs have had full-sized HBs - except the Elitist II, JLH "I" & II, and '62 Anniversary models, which feature the minis.
Well, the sun was shinning for a change so I thought..............
"Gratuitous Family Group Shot"
From Left to Right
2013 ES339 Pro Limited Edition (TV Pelham Blue)
2001 Firebird VII (Antique White)
2007 EJ200CE (Natural)
2011 SG400 Limited Edition (Pelham Blue)
2001 G1275 (Cherry)
all about Sheratons.....
Sheraton - The Unofficial Epiphone Wiki
I managed to finally take some better pics of this thing!
Quoted for content and clarity, what a great looking guitar Clanky.
I wanna be in your gang, too...
Just got this last week pretty cheap.
Super Dot Vintage Sunburst
More pics, please...
neck inlays, headstock with trussrod-cover, label inside the f-holes....
As you wish sir!
It may be you need a few more posts (or you need to wait up to an hour till the 'system' changes your profile) to use the 'personal message' system
A few more shots of my ES-345:
It was time to do an updated group-shot....
mostly other Epis and some other guitars
2013 ES-335 Pro:
It doesn't sound too bad, either:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3oV83pionc]Fender Greta through 4x12" cab - YouTube[/ame]
Sounds and looks good, Louie
how did you record it ?