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I bought a valve amp in about 2005 and the sound was so much better, but still not what I wanted.
Thought of changing pickups and upgrading the bits, including getting a bigger amp etc.
Having been a big teenage Alex Lifeson fan, an ES335 was always my dream guitar, but with my medium quality skills, I couldn't justify the costs. Found my Epiphone Sheraton in a flea market for 400.00 bucks. The instrument itself sounds darn good unamplified and for old seasoned players like myself that's a good indication of what it would sound like plugged in.
Even before the upgrades, this was a very nice instrument -… I've owned it for 10 years and I don't have any regrets. I did upgrade my pick-ups w/Sduncans and had a custom bridge carved from rosewood and will be upgrading my pots...but… I think I paid about double money just for a little bit more of sound quality.
Use the tools below to refine your search by only displaying reviews with a certain number of star ratings or to only show reviews from a certain time period. I got there saw the sheraton and the joe pass along with the es-335. I had a 40% off coupon and picked it up for 350.00 what a steal compared to…
Eg click on '1 star' to just display the reviews we have which received a 1 star rating click or 'Within the last month' to display just reviews posted over the last month. I have a 2010 Chinese built Sheraton(another moan with some) and as far as I'm concerned it sound amazing and I have no build quality issues.. I loved the jazz sound put out by the emporer but didnt like the feel of the thick guitar anything above the 12th fret. Read Full Review I bought my Sherry2 in 1999 and thought it was average at the time playing it through an old transistor Vox.
(Gibson don't appear to really set up their guitars it needs a decent set up)e. But the epip I bought is already set up ready to go. Oh and I fell in love with it when I bought it, lets face it beauty is only skin deep but when you look at something like an sg... Read Full Review Written on: 17/06/2009 I found this review not helpful because the guy is deluded.
Once you strip it out and re-fit with quality it is a wonderful instrument.I also have a Gretsch hollow body electric and a Gibson-Les Paul Epi, but I keep going back to my Sheraton 2.I like the 3 part neck (made in Korea) and the way the neck feels up and down the fretboard.I love my Sheraton 6 years old because is an awesome guitar for its price. IMO a bit heavy to play stand up but its weight adds a good sustain…Read Full Review One of the more polished 335 alikes from Epiphone.