Epiphone Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth Electric Guitar (with Hard Bag)

Featuring diamond sound holes and a Black Aged Gloss finish, the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth is perfect for anyone looking to rock out in style.
What's special about this item?
Feature: What it does:
Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO pickups Classic biting tone with warm, fat mids
1960s SlimTaper neck Recreates iconic '60s neck profiles for great feel
Laurel fingerboard Chocolate hue; similar feel and tone to rosewood
LockTone Tune-o-matic bridge Epiphone proprietary lock-in hardware
Emily Wolfe, a triple-threat rock & roll singer-songwriter-guitarist from Austin, Texas, is breathing new life into classic rock & roll with her incendiary guitar chops and original songwriting. Wolfe also lent her creativity to the development of her new signature Sheraton Stealth.

The Indian laurel fingerboard has 22 medium jumbo frets, and mother of pearl block inlays with abalone lightning bolts. The headstock features the popular 60s Kalamazoo shape; it has a mother of pearl tree of life inlay on the front, Emily's Wolfe logo, and a black gloss Emily Wolfe "stealth" signature on the rear, and it 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 that are paired with CTS potentiometers for smooth control over individual pickup volume and overall tone. Finished in Black Aged Gloss that is paired with lightly aged gold hardware. An EpiLite case is included.


Hear Emily Wolfe on her Sheraton Stealth in our exclusive interview:


Hear the story behind the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth:
Shape: Sheraton with Diamond Sound Holes
Body Material: Layered Maple
Binding: 5-ply Top, 3-ply Back
Neck: Mahogany
Profile: 60s SlimTaper C
Nut width: 1.693" / 43mm
Fingerboard: Indian Laurel
Scale length: 24.724" / 628mm
Number of frets: 22
Nut: Graph Tech
Inlay: Block Mother of Pearl with Lightning Bolt in Abalone
Bridge: Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic
Tailpiece: Epiphone LockTone Stop Bar
Knobs: Black Top Hats with Gold Metal Inserts
Tuners: Grover Rotomatic
Plating: Gold (Lightly Aged)
Neck pickup: Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO
Bridge pickup: Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO
Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Tone, CTS Potentiometers
Case: EpiLite Case (940-E519HG)
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Black Aged Gloss
Shipping Weight: 18 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 47 x 18 x 7 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): EPI ETSEW BAGGH3
For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 800-4GIBSON
(1 ratings)
Submitted May 22, 2021 by Mark B in Byron, MI
"Surprisingly Awesome."
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
Being a,guitarist for many years and having owned many top of the line guitars. Any kind from Gibson Les Paul's (starting with my first les paul which I bought new in 1977). Sg's, 335's custom shop Strats, telecaster, etc...I've even own 2 Epihones in my lifetime.I was hesitant on purchasing the Emily Wolfe 335 Epiphone, but after doing a bit of research I decided to give it a try. My number 1 guitar (for the last 12 plus years) is a 1989 Gibson 347, (think hot rodded 335 from the factory).My 347 is the perfect guitar for me. The neck shape, the size, perfect. I've searched for a long time for a less expensive 335 type guitar that I wouldn't be worried about everytime somebody walks by it while it's on a guitar stand... enter the Emily Wolfe 335 .When I received the guitar I immediately noticed how well it looked. The craftsmanship is very good. No noticeable flaws. The case, while not a true hard shell is a "hard gig bag.Looked just like a hard shell but is padded soft on top and bottom with thick (rigid) sides. Not too bad for protecting the guitar. Much better than a Gibson gig bag. After strumming it a few minutes and playing a few riffs i took it to my guitar bench and did a quick set up. I put on new strings, adjusted the tuners, oiled the fretboard. Polished the frets and lowered the action a bit. I must say - "This guitar Really plays well"Very impressive. I even did a side by side with my Gibson 347 and while the 347 obiously played read more a bit better the Epiphone really did a great job. Best epiphone and best 335 style and even better than most 335s will play. I'm honestly not exaggerating in the least.My 347 is truly to me, that one in a lifetime guitar that I'll never replace. It fits me perfectly and plays itself but this Epiphone is very close. The neck really shines on this guitar. It's a thin profile and plays fast. The only draw backs to the Epiphone Emily Wolfe are:#1- the tuners, while they say Grover on them are not real smooth. They hold tune so they seem to work fine but they do not have that American Grovers smoothness. #2- the cutout where the upper and lower horns meet the neck are not quite as big as the Gibson 347 (or 335 ), making access to the highest frets a little tougher to get to but not by much. #3 while the satin gold treatment on the hardware is pretty cool, replacing the tuners on mine might be hard to match the satin or brushed gold hardware currently on the market. #4- this guitar has 2 volumes and 1 master tone. This doesn't provide the versatility of the 2 volume , 2 tone style does but I always run my tone all the way up anyways so it shouldn't be a problem.In conclusion,While I don't usually buy offshore made guitars this one really hit a home run with me. For the price is an unbelievable value and I would definitely replace it in a heartbeat if something were to happen to it. I bought mine the same day I realized that Epiphone offered this guitar. Once the word gets out they'll probably be hard to keep in stock. zZounds is naturally the best. Always best deals and service.

Musical Background:
Musician. 48 years playing, performing, recording, writing.

Musical Style:
CountryRockClassic rockPop
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