Epiphone Sheraton II Left Handed is one of the finest semi-hollows made by Epiphone. It comes with a double-cut body made of maple back, sides and top. Maple is a very common material for semi-hollow guitars from Gibson/Epiphone family and it`s usually paired with maple necks. Maple top on this model is bound in creme binding and covered with an elevated pickguard. It is available only in Vintage Sunburst and Natural color schemes. Both come with high gloss finish. Gold-plated tune-o-matic bridge is backed by a stoptail bar, which is also plated in gold. Epiphone installs a pair of active humbuckers in the front of the bridge section. Set maple neck sports a standard contour in the back and it`s topped with a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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Epiphone Sheraton II Left-Handed 4.14 out of 5 based on 15 ratings
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