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Emily Wolfe ''White Wolfe'' Sheraton - Aged Bone White

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Emily Wolfe \'\'White Wolfe\'\' Sheraton - Aged Bone White

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Emily Wolfe \'\'White Wolfe\'\' Sheraton - Aged Bone White
Emily Wolfe \'\'White Wolfe\'\' Sheraton - Aged Bone White
Emily Wolfe \'\'White Wolfe\'\' Sheraton - Aged Bone White
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The Epiphone Emily Wolfe "White Wolfe" Sheraton is based on the triple-threat rock & roll singer, songwriter, and guitarist's popular Sheraton Stealth. Once again, Emily has lent her creativity to develop her new artist model.

The Emily Wolfe "White Wolfe" Sheraton is equipped with an Indian laurel fretboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and mother of pearl block inlays with abalone lightning bolts. The headstock has a mother of pearl tree of life inlay on the front, Emily's Wolfe logo and a white gloss Emily Wolfe signature on the rear, and is outfitted with Grover® Rotomatic® tuning machines and a Graph Tech® nut. An Epiphone LockTone™ Tune-O-Matic™ bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece hold down the other end of the strings and contribute to the impressive sustain of the instrument. The electronics include full-sized Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO™ humbucker™ pickups paired with CTS® potentiometers for smooth control over individual pickup volume and overall tone. It's finished in Aged Bone White paired with lightly aged gold hardware. An EpiLite™ case is included.

Specifications

Body
Shape: Sheraton with Diamond sound holes
Material: Layered Maple
Back & Sides: Layered Maple
Top: Layered Maple
Binding: 5-ply Top, 3-ply Back, 3-ply Headstock, Single-ply Fretboard

Neck
Neck: Mahogany
Profile: 60s SlimTaper C
Nut width: 1 .693" | 43mm
Fingerboard: Indian Laurel
Scale length: 24.75" | 1628.65mm
Number of frets: 22
Nut: Graph Tech
Inlay: Block Mother of Pearl with Lightning Bolt in Abalone

Hardware
Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic
Tailpiece: Epiphone LockTone Stop Bar
Knobs: Black Top Hat with Gold Reflector
Tuners: Grover Rotomatic
Plating: Aged Gold

Electronics
Neck Pickup: Alnico Classic PRO
Bridge Pickup: Alnico Classic PRO
Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Tone, CTS Potentiometers

Case: Epilite Case Included

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Killer Looks/Tone and a True Professional Instrument 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful
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I've had my guitar for about a week now and play through both a hand wired Deluxe Reverb and a ToneMaster Princeton Reverb. I also have a Gibson 335, a Trini Lopez, and two Les Pauls, as well as some Epiphone LP's/335's, and the sound of these Alnico Classic Pros in this guitar are absolutely stellar. I can't say enough about how impressed I am with these Epiphone pickups of late. The neck is a slim 60's-ish profile but not quite as slim as a typical Gibson SG. I also like the single tone control, which I was "iffy" about at first. To me, it really makes sense in practical terms. I am a stickler for detail on my guitars and this Emily Wolf was flawless. In my experience, a typical weakness on the Epiphones has been the frets - I regularly experience a couple of high frets, and they are not very smooth/polished, they feel "rough" when doing string bends. I always have to clean and polish them up and level a few frets. Not so with this guitar. I don't know if I was just lucky or if Epiphone is improving. I found no finish flaws at all - binding and inlays were perfect, and the hardware was pristine. Gibson should take note and learn something here 😐. The hardware is simply a nice satin gold, I don't understand why Epiphone calls it "aged"(??). I far prefer it to the cheap" blingy" looking gold plating that is usually used (and it rubs off so fast!). It doesn't show any finger prints like the typical gold plating does and in my experience to date, is far more durable. It really blends well with the "aged bone white" finish on this guitar as well (you really need to see it in person). In my opinion It gives more of an understated look to the guitar rather than an over the top cheap bling of the typical budget gold plating. I have to say that this truly is a quality professional instrument (both in terms of sound/tone and playability), not just a "good for the price" one. If you're looking for a 335-ish style guitar, I definitely recommend that you try one of these out.
Posted by Paul Edward on Sep 20, 2023
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