Japanese made Epiphone guitars from the 1990's are held in exceptionally high regard, and are thought by many players to be as close as the reissue Epiphone guitars have ever been to the quality of their original '60s counterparts. Manufactured in the Terada factory in Japan, the semi hollow body is constructed from 3 ply Maple laminate and finishes in a Heritage Cherry lacquer. The humbucker pickups have a typically warm and balanced sound, while the neck has a slim feel and is easy to get around, much like the later '60s Epiphone neck profiles. The Sheraton was the most deluxe model offered by Epiphone at the time, and as such features many deluxe finishing touches, such as all gold hardware, a sleek looking Frequensator tailpiece and pearl & abalone 'tree of life' headstock inlay.
This guitar is in excellent, all original condition with barely any signs of play wear to speak of, and retains its original case. This guitar has been given a full service by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.