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Used Electric Guitars


Epiphone: SHERATON 2

(Item ID: SHERATON 2)

Epiphone SHERATON 2

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Sheraton II Pro Semi-Hollowbody with Laminated Maple Body in Natural Finish and ProBucker Humbuckers

From the Epiphone website:

"The first humbuckers (often called "Patent Applied For" for the telltale sticker found on the back of the pickups) were made at the Epiphone/Gibson factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the late 50s and have acquired a mythical status among guitar players. Epiphone ProBucker pickups have that elusive vintage sound because they are made with the same alloy as the originals - 18% Nickel Silver unit bases and covers - along with sand cast Alnico II magnets and high quality 4-conductor lead wire. Each ProBucker pickup is also vacuum wax potted to eliminate microphonics.

The Epiphone Sheraton-II PRO has a ProBucker-2 in the neck position and a slightly hotter ProBucker-3 in the lead position. Both pickups also have coil-splitting via their individual volume controls. Coil-splitting allows a player to turn a humbucker pickup into a single-coil pickup for endless tone combinations. Each ProBucker pickupís volume and tone control use 1" 500K Ohm potentiometers along with a 3-way pickup selector with an ivory-colored toggle cap."

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This guitar is in excellent condition and plays and sounds like new.

This guitar includes a deluxe archtop hardshell case. (used)

Our Price: $549.95

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