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  • I love

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 11/23/12 at 01:45
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    japan, two humbuckers change for Seymour Duncan, two volume, two tonalities, tune o-matic bridge.

    USE

    very pleasant handle, weighs 3.8 pounds, ES335 form (superb).

    SONORITS

    replacing the original pickups with a pair of Seymour Duncan sh2 and sh4 ..grosse versatility.
    laying a bigsby and self-locking mechanical

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Excellent quality for money, with the mods made me a skyscraper has about 700 euros a remarkable quality!
  • GOOD OPPORTUNITY

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 05/17/14 at 04:48
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    Japanese-made I think. two somewhat insipid mics that I changed. two tone and two volume for each entry microphones rather effective.

    USE

    handle very easy and very good ergonomics (well it's love-quarter fund), a bit heavy, about 4 kg .I changed the pickups for Seymour Duncan sh2, sh 4, given the quality of the guitar and its finish it really is an investment worth .I played on a lionheart Laney and good pedal ht dual and I really get the desired sounds clear lens bluesy crunch to see the good distortion.

    SOUNDS

    made with the mods I am fully satisfied

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have for over a year and after owning a fender american special and a Les Paul type SR is really the......
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    Japanese-made I think. two somewhat insipid mics that I changed. two tone and two volume for each entry microphones rather effective.

    USE

    handle very easy and very good ergonomics (well it's love-quarter fund), a bit heavy, about 4 kg .I changed the pickups for Seymour Duncan sh2, sh 4, given the quality of the guitar and its finish it really is an investment worth .I played on a lionheart Laney and good pedal ht dual and I really get the desired sounds clear lens bluesy crunch to see the good distortion.

    SOUNDS

    made with the mods I am fully satisfied

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have for over a year and after owning a fender american special and a Les Paul type SR is really the guitar that gives me more satisfations, that's a personal opinion.
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  • beautiful violin for a very vintage sound

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 07/02/14 at 09:28
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    The Sheraton II Epiphone version of the Gibson ES335;
    His violin made in Korea is absolutely beautiful, better than the Gibson ES335 DOT Made in USA entry level to 2500euros!
    beautiful sunburst, beautiful fillets plywood box nets, handle, head and gills, abalone markers, gold hardware, gloss (strong enough), tortoise pick guard.
    2 Epiphone Alnico Classic Pickups / neck and Alnico Classic Hot / bridge.
    10-46 strings of origin, very good original setting (Action a little high at Nut)

    I had to make a slight adjustment notches 3 saddle bridge for the string height well suited them

    UTILIZATION

    Relatively light guitar, handle fine fairly flat,
    double notch allows access to acute......
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    The Sheraton II Epiphone version of the Gibson ES335;
    His violin made in Korea is absolutely beautiful, better than the Gibson ES335 DOT Made in USA entry level to 2500euros!
    beautiful sunburst, beautiful fillets plywood box nets, handle, head and gills, abalone markers, gold hardware, gloss (strong enough), tortoise pick guard.
    2 Epiphone Alnico Classic Pickups / neck and Alnico Classic Hot / bridge.
    10-46 strings of origin, very good original setting (Action a little high at Nut)

    I had to make a slight adjustment notches 3 saddle bridge for the string height well suited them

    UTILIZATION

    Relatively light guitar, handle fine fairly flat,
    double notch allows access to acute even on the low strings (but we will not often?)
    the volume and tone knobs are effective.
    The ES335 form is present, but ultimately not so cumbersome due to its low thickness (see Alvin Lee)

    I find it unbalanced with an itchy head down.

    SOUNDS

    I play blues and classic rock (Chuck Berry, Alvin Lee)
    it is very good for that;
    microphones are quite clear and warm,
    I prefer the neck pickup with reverb '
    the bridge pickup with a tube screamer is sending.
    it has a sound all its own, certainly through the semi-hollow body;
    I compared the sound without a microphone than a Gibson 335 DOT, and had preferred the Epiphone

    I think it would improve again with Seymour Duncan SH1 '59, for more precision and articulation of notes,
    but it would be a little less in the spirit and vintage sound

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years, in parallel with a '62 Strat RI, they complement each other well.
    I wanted an ES335, but I preferred the Epiphone Sheraton II with Gibson ES335 DOT sound and finish, regardless of price; Probably the Gibson ES335 Custom Shop is better than the Sheraton, but then the price is a deterrent.

    when we see it, when you play it, and you see the price, this is an amazing deal.
    and if you want a more modern sound, you change it and it gets its microphones Warren Haynes!

    obviously deserves a quality case to protect
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  • Change the pickups and all will be well in the world.

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 04/09/14 at 04:52
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    Everything is said in other reviews, or almost. It is imperative if we want a "real" guitar (although the sheraton is very correct to base) to change the pickups. His violin is impeccable, very close to the ESS in terms of type and quality above all, into a means-end guitar, Gibson / Epiphone have caught on microphones (and metal parts: bridge, frets, mechanical ... ). For my part I mounted P-90 Benedetti above.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck of this guitar is a marvel in terms of touch. Which is quite normal when you know that all ESS models were directly inspired by Sheraton ... We walk upwards as on a freeway, it's pretty neat.

    But it was a great hit, the neck is very heavy! the guitar......
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    Everything is said in other reviews, or almost. It is imperative if we want a "real" guitar (although the sheraton is very correct to base) to change the pickups. His violin is impeccable, very close to the ESS in terms of type and quality above all, into a means-end guitar, Gibson / Epiphone have caught on microphones (and metal parts: bridge, frets, mechanical ... ). For my part I mounted P-90 Benedetti above.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck of this guitar is a marvel in terms of touch. Which is quite normal when you know that all ESS models were directly inspired by Sheraton ... We walk upwards as on a freeway, it's pretty neat.

    But it was a great hit, the neck is very heavy! the guitar is unfortunately not very well balanced. That said when you play it by the handle that holds, so for me it's a minor drawback, if not anecdotal, but there it can interfere, so it is important I think of the state.

    In my case I play a Mexican hot rod and as I have said above changed the pickups, and I've always played on Fender amps. Each of tampering to find his sound to it, but actually, you plug it sounds.

    SOUNDS

    I'm in a pop / pop rock record, and this guitar is basically a blues guitar, so it works very well! Given the changes that I made it a very specific sound, and with a draft of the low string harmonies stand out beautifully. It also has a very wide range of sounds: not to mention effect already, just knob on the guitar, putting himself on the bridge pickup and lowering the presence knob you get a great sound a bit tinny, vintage wish , I do not see how to get another guitar, apart from the ESS and the Rickenbacker hollowbody can be. And putting the selector in the middle and down the volume of the two microphones, one surprisingly close to a sound ... acoustic guitar. The latter must also play with the amp to make it work really well, but it is quite impressive when you take the time to refine this aspect.

    And when we put on the neck pickup, you get a super hot round and his (the one I use the most), which I accompany with a reverb room (rather strong, even very), chorus (a delay hijacked rather in chorus), delay and overdrive (not quite all the time of course, it would be a shame not to take advantage of this clear natural sound)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had about 4 years and do not regret at all it cost me about 600 €, a little less.

    In terms of value for money, once spent with the luthier, we are left with the third sister ESS 335 and 337 altogether. So in my opinion one of the best quality / price ratio that we can find
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  • Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 02/05/14 at 09:55
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    OVERALL OPINION

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    A very good guitar, no doubt. The ratings given here are guarantors. Mine, made in Korea presents a perfect violin (2011 model). The only criticism (opinions relate this also) concerns the original pickups. Not bad, just ok. This guitar deserves the investment in a pair of microphones worthy of the name. Ones you want according to your style, no matter. Magnify the guitar. For my part, I invested moderately installing the GFS. Report excellent quality / price. Vintage 59 (AlNiCo2) for the neck position, Fat Pat (Alnico 5)......
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    UTILIZATION

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    OVERALL OPINION

    Express Review:
    A very good guitar, no doubt. The ratings given here are guarantors. Mine, made in Korea presents a perfect violin (2011 model). The only criticism (opinions relate this also) concerns the original pickups. Not bad, just ok. This guitar deserves the investment in a pair of microphones worthy of the name. Ones you want according to your style, no matter. Magnify the guitar. For my part, I invested moderately installing the GFS. Report excellent quality / price. Vintage 59 (AlNiCo2) for the neck position, Fat Pat (Alnico 5) for the bridge position. Ultra versatility appointment at a lower cost.
    So, apart from the original pickups, the Epiphone stands comparison with 335 in who you know, sold 4-5 times more expensive. If you swear by the Classic 57 (I understand ;-), buy this Sheraton, place a pair of your favorite microphones, offers him a case and for less than 800 euros (in 2014) you will have an instrument height a Gibson 335 ... more pretty! The Epiphone Sheraton: Safe valeure!
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  • Amazing clarity and roundness

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 01/02/14 at 14:54
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    This guitar was made in Korea in 2005, everything is original and gilded fittings goes very well with black lacquer beautiful.
    The finish is EXEMPLARY, and I said that it seems to be the case of Korean who have nothing, but then nothing to do with the Chinese!
    This point seems recognized by Parisian dealers who remain discreet though as Gibson France does not communicate on the origin of consignments and deliveries.
    The inlays (or plastic I do not know) are the most beautiful effect.
    I removed the brown pickgard which makes it even more class.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not very big and very nice (unless my Strat though).
    Once the psychological barrier of playing on a great......
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    This guitar was made in Korea in 2005, everything is original and gilded fittings goes very well with black lacquer beautiful.
    The finish is EXEMPLARY, and I said that it seems to be the case of Korean who have nothing, but then nothing to do with the Chinese!
    This point seems recognized by Parisian dealers who remain discreet though as Gibson France does not communicate on the origin of consignments and deliveries.
    The inlays (or plastic I do not know) are the most beautiful effect.
    I removed the brown pickgard which makes it even more class.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not very big and very nice (unless my Strat though).
    Once the psychological barrier of playing on a great guitar is passed, this Sheraton is very nice, not too heavy.
    I may be lucky, but the original pickups seem quality, sustain is terrible.
    Whether it sounds clear as its saturated everything is good.
    This guitar can get the power of an LP, but also provides roundness and precision.

    SOUNDS

    I have a general preference for bass pickups, but I must admit that the bridge pickup is accurate and not too aggressive.
    I love the blues and rock, and the Sheraton too.
    I use an amp 5W lamps and a Peavey 12 inch Celestion Vintage bafle G12H.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for 2 months now, and it augments my Strato John Mayer.
    Before this, I owned a standard U.S. Strat 2010, a 52 RI Telecaster 2005 Epiphone LP Tribute and 60.
    I certify that this is part of the Sheraton benchmarks guitar and as I did not keep the TV for too twang nor Tribute 60 because it sounded bad, as I keep it a long time.
    I am ashamed to say it, but I even have a little trouble on my replay JM Signature, and when you know that I bought € 400 4 times cheaper ...
    In short, go for it.
    PS: Since I'm talking about my Sheraton, I only meet fans half boxes, and former owners (Sheraton or 335) that have sold still wondering why ...
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  • Anonymous

    Sheraton Korea

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 02/27/13 at 02:21
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    This is my third opportunity Sheraton, and the best.
    2006 end of the Unsung factory in Korea
    I will not go on the characteristics they are known.
    Note that the mechanical mine are Grover
    Sunburst finish (I had one in the tobacco and natural)
    Profile 50 round handle on this series instead of 2006
    Excellent violin, confirmed by my luthier who asks Seymour Duncan SH1
    exchange and potentiometers

    UTILIZATION

    Excellent playability, this is a personal opinion, I do not like small boxes (LP and Strat)
    Good balance, slightly stings the nose

    SOUNDS

    Her to die, plugged into a tube amp (Vox AC15) is a treat
    I play jazz and blues, its mostly clean or with a slight crunch
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    This is my third opportunity Sheraton, and the best.
    2006 end of the Unsung factory in Korea
    I will not go on the characteristics they are known.
    Note that the mechanical mine are Grover
    Sunburst finish (I had one in the tobacco and natural)
    Profile 50 round handle on this series instead of 2006
    Excellent violin, confirmed by my luthier who asks Seymour Duncan SH1
    exchange and potentiometers

    UTILIZATION

    Excellent playability, this is a personal opinion, I do not like small boxes (LP and Strat)
    Good balance, slightly stings the nose

    SOUNDS

    Her to die, plugged into a tube amp (Vox AC15) is a treat
    I play jazz and blues, its mostly clean or with a slight crunch

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is a small bomb and what look!
    I tried and owned a bunch of semi hollow in my life (SA Yamaha, Ibanez, Cort, etc ...) but with the upgrade pickups, wiring redone, pots U.S. ... this is my preferred.
    With my mods luthier she returns to 750 euros which in view of its quality is reasonable today.
    I love the inlays, the decor, the overall aesthetics of the Sheraton is not found on the Gibson 335 Dot
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  • EPIPHONE SHERATON MADE IN KOREA: THIS IS A SHOVEL IN THAT UNDER THE SOLE!

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 01/24/13 at 08:38
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    EPIPHONE Sheraton natural finish produced between 1991 and 1992, assembled Korée south.
    - The pieces are hand made in the USA.
    - Natural finish
    - Mechanical Die cast Grover vintage gold
    - Tune o matic, bar, cache humbuker gold vintage microphone
    - Pickguard mahogany signed an "E" sign company silver Epiphone.
    - The handle is a profile "c" which is well in hand, thicker than a GIBSON SG, thinner than a les paul is flatter and slightly less curved than the neck of a Gibson ES 335 to in 2013 and today 10 years ago.
    - The pickups are Epiphone humbuker, whose peculiarity is that they have only two winding turns it because they have a little less power than the classic 57 or......
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    EPIPHONE Sheraton natural finish produced between 1991 and 1992, assembled Korée south.
    - The pieces are hand made in the USA.
    - Natural finish
    - Mechanical Die cast Grover vintage gold
    - Tune o matic, bar, cache humbuker gold vintage microphone
    - Pickguard mahogany signed an "E" sign company silver Epiphone.
    - The handle is a profile "c" which is well in hand, thicker than a GIBSON SG, thinner than a les paul is flatter and slightly less curved than the neck of a Gibson ES 335 to in 2013 and today 10 years ago.
    - The pickups are Epiphone humbuker, whose peculiarity is that they have only two winding turns it because they have a little less power than the classic 57 or Burstbuker GIBSON pro now, however they gain heat and control for the player. Lose precision if it shoots up but it is a case by case depending on configuration
    - Rosewood handle, decorated trapeze (trapeze style archtop jazz) pearl on top of the handle.
    - 2 tone knobs, 2 knobs of his, Switch 1 bass, mid, treble.
    - Natural finish suggesting the wood grain, wood is not knotted (= good violin quoicqu'il happens) and a filigram along the sounding (on the sides) until the head.
    - The cross of the guitar longer than its cousins ​​GIBSON, with a kind of plant or flower drawn in pearl above.

    Brief history of this model: model originally created in 1965 by the firm EPIPHONE GIBSON who was independent at the time. Aimed at Jazzmen and bluesmen. He was repopulariser in 1991 by the great John Lee Hooker on his album Mr Lucky blues albums one of the most sold at the time. Model was improved from 65 in order to create the model casino that was popularized by John Lennon, who wanted him as a P90 pickups. Currently, two models are still produced but in China, and Korea or Japan. The production of these two models was American long as everyone was assembled in the USA, when it was bought by EPIPHONE GIBSON, production during the 80s and early 90s, was relocated to Japan, where the assembly is fesait to Japan, which the characteristic of the violin she wants was thinner than luhteries after 1992 less prestigious but all the same keeping a certain charm through the Sheraton II, despite all reasonable quality. Lutherie still relevant now China.

    The history of the mine, bought for 3500 francs between 1991 and 1992 by a Jazzman, which does have served twice at him. This guitar was then enclosed in its case for almost 21 years without anyone touching it. The guitar is like new now, holding the agreement is almost perfect. Mounted in orginie 10-46, I made for the 11-48 rebalance providing significantly more dynamic than the original. A beautiful natural finish, a rosewood fine quality Japanese string instruments close enough 80s on the same model.

    With a gibson sg reissue of 2010 made in USA, telecaster american standard one in 2012, this is by far the best guitar 3, with its warm, deep bass dynamics crazy, a beautiful violin which pales GIBSON SG before the mine which is a limited edition.

    UTILIZATION

    - Very comfortable neck C marrying well empoignement hand very well for medium-sized hands, small doights, or for people with centered gravity reduce it (small or medium size person).

    - Guitar can be played fairly high rather low, you play sitting or standing. At this level I find it more evident than are 335 GIBSON To approach, to have already had on hand.

    - The weight is reasonable, as well as a stratum or a telecaster now, no worries to do with it. However a good belt will still be necessary to avoid any mishap on a nice scoop like this.

    - Access to acute is as good as a SG or a stratum, better than it is on a telecaster.

    - We get a good sound: Yes! But these are microphones that really under the sole, if you have a good amp behind vintage or reissue or high range (mesaboogie). If you are in the first case, you can keep your original pickups, there's no worries, you can navigate in Jazz, Blues, swing, rock 60-70 years, Blues Rock, Punk rock, Grunge 90s , modern rock and even put the fuzz no worries! Maybe ideal for hardcore with one or more good amp behind because the microphones were under the sole! Metalheads (euses!) go your way or change the original pickups. A high volume with a great amp for a confi cities, you will find in this guitar a real machine crunch natural, very rock'n'roll, no need to overdrive! A very low volume a clean round, you can driver with a small boost enough. Fan also delay effects, phaser, chorus or analog (or not) this guitar is for you.

    In the second case, for those who have no way to buy a great amp, mics will surely miss dynamic, it will change as many do today, or you buy a better amp.

    SOUNDS

    I play electric folk grunge trend and blues guitar perfectly tailored for this is the best that I have been given so far. I have other shovels, a tv in 2012 american standard is also very good, a gibson SG limited edition, which is much less than the Epiphone good in terms of sound and craftsmanship. Let's say this guitar is 90% perfect, complete my telecaster, however my 2010 GIBSON pales beside it is a limited edition SG GIBSON P90 mounted, for me it is clear that this is finally GIBSON now (it is an opinion that involves only me). If you want to pay a GIBSON pay you a model 90-2008 years or 50-70 years if you want good sound, especially with a better violin.

    Like I said low volume goes from clean round, punchy, a beautiful real cruncher machine good rock'n'roll. Deep bass, treble manageable too broken foot, less powerful than a tv for example. The medium rather round, very hot. For my part I played on a princeton reverb blackface 1965, all the sound is simply amazing here, there is a good back to a time when music was organic, round, warm tone with punchy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a month. I wanted to get all the Rickenbaker beginning a 330 or 360, the price I think strongly fesait made me completely turned around in the final although it is a finish, its perfect for the use I have had.

    Then I started to look on the side of OCCASES and I saw two shovels, a 2000s Epiphone Casino John Lennon limited edition that does fesait more, I found the beautiful violin in hand the P90 (or copy here) was well below what I expected. The second shovel, a boon, a 1991 sheraton, natural finish (my favorite for a half case!).

    I meet the person I was testing a transistor and a lamp, and then total revelation, a beautiful sound. Its beautiful as the price 250 €, wa fluke will I go rock'n'roll! The best quality / price ratio of all time, with the experience so far I would do this choice, but I have little concern for the future, this is a guitar that lives, is organic, good shovel! I put 9 because only the only downside I would have to face is the quality of the switch, which makes it quite fragile I think, well he should not go with such a brute, or when the change immediately, except that we are in the best with this guitar!
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  • Good scratching blues / rock

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 12/17/12 at 11:16
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    China, but very good quality

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice touch flat but easy to play, handle fluid, good ergonomics, good access to acute.

    SOUNDS

    I play blues, rock and blues rock, and this is where it excels register .... It has nothing to envy to his sister at Gibson ....
    I play on two different amps: a guitar amp Peavey Bandit 112 Series Transtube and a bass amp Fender Bassman TV Fifteen with tube preamp.
    The microphone is perfect for the serious blues, rock and blues / rock. Intermediate position, especially rhythmic and well, I think, and the bridge pickup delivers a powerful lead and clear.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 weeks. J "have 50 pins, I had scratch ... I......
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    China, but very good quality

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very nice touch flat but easy to play, handle fluid, good ergonomics, good access to acute.

    SOUNDS

    I play blues, rock and blues rock, and this is where it excels register .... It has nothing to envy to his sister at Gibson ....
    I play on two different amps: a guitar amp Peavey Bandit 112 Series Transtube and a bass amp Fender Bassman TV Fifteen with tube preamp.
    The microphone is perfect for the serious blues, rock and blues / rock. Intermediate position, especially rhythmic and well, I think, and the bridge pickup delivers a powerful lead and clear.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 weeks. J "have 50 pins, I had scratch ... I also have a very good Strat U.S., and the Sheraton is a great addition to the Strat.
    I love the sound of the drum in electric. No point really dark for my taste for this guitar. Very good Q / P. If you come across one, the kidnapez!!!
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  • I love

    Epiphone Sheraton IIPublished on 11/23/12 at 02:05
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    Korea, two humbuckers change for seymour duncan, two volumes, two tones, tune o-matic bridge. outstanding finish quality for the price.

    UTILIZATION

    handle very pleasant, weighs 3.8 pounds, shape ES335 (superb).'s access to acute thereby easily (this is not an sg either!), I like the ergonomics, I'm changing the strat . you can feel the instrument, the vibration ... anyway shape ES is really my favorite. after installing the bigsby I find it even more beautiful!

    SOUNDS

    replacing the original pickups with a pair of Seymour Duncan sh2 and sh4 .. great versatility. we go from velvety and silky sound in the neck position has something more rock'n'roll in the bridge position. sh4 the......
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    Korea, two humbuckers change for seymour duncan, two volumes, two tones, tune o-matic bridge. outstanding finish quality for the price.

    UTILIZATION

    handle very pleasant, weighs 3.8 pounds, shape ES335 (superb).'s access to acute thereby easily (this is not an sg either!), I like the ergonomics, I'm changing the strat . you can feel the instrument, the vibration ... anyway shape ES is really my favorite. after installing the bigsby I find it even more beautiful!

    SOUNDS

    replacing the original pickups with a pair of Seymour Duncan sh2 and sh4 .. great versatility. we go from velvety and silky sound in the neck position has something more rock'n'roll in the bridge position. sh4 the blackstar ht with my dual is to fall short ... a very large palette of sounds more than convincing

    OVERALL OPINION

    in her black dress and gold fittings I find beautiful in the end for a guitar that cost me a little meadows 700euros, I have an intrument of outstanding quality, I even left my strat even us in the closet. .. it said.
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