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1967 Epiphone Sheraton

$6,500
This Epiphone Sheraton was made in the USA in 1967. It has an original Sparkling Burgundy finish. We have only ever seen two Sparkling Burgundy Sheratons. Sparkling Burgundy, like Gold on a Les Paul, is a very metallic finish and the metal flakes in the finish are very reactive to son, smoke, and other environmental factors. This example has faded to a rich bronze color and looks very cool. ...
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2007 Epiphone Sheraton Elitist

$1,695
2007 Epiphone Elitist Sheraton. Made in Japan. These Epiphone Elitist models are built to a very high standard. The fit and finish on these guitars are excellent and this one is a very clean example that looks like it’s seen minimal play time. Beautiful inlay work and binding. Built with premium woods, USA made pickups and high-end hardware including Grover tuners. The mini-humbuckers are strong...
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1964 Epiphone Sheraton

$12,500
Here for your consideration is a most rare guitar, a vintage 100% original 1965 Epiphone Sheraton Guitar. This guitar was a one owner guitar which was owned by an old time previous Gibson employee who worked at the Kalamazoo factory during the 1960's. This guitar was displayed at the January 1966 NAMM Show as this was the first year that a cherry red Sheraton was made. The guitar is in totally...
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1966 Epiphone Sheraton

$13,500
Here is a most rare guitar, it's a vintage 1965 blonde Epiphone Sheraton. This guitar is in the most incredible condition for a guitar that is 50 years old. The guitar plays like total butter, the feel of the guitar is way beyond words. The Epiphone Sheraton model guitar was the Epiphone version of the Gibson ES-355. This guitar is 100% original in each and every way. The guitar comes along with...
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Epiphone SHERATON II VS

$599
BRAND NEW EPIPHONE SHERATON II V.S.
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1965 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212T

$7,295
JUST OUT OF A PRIVATE HIGH END COLLECTION 1965 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212TN, serial # 176830, Blond, Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone inlays, gold hardware, 1-5/8" nut, weighs 8 lbs. - 11.7 oz., slim neck, pro re-fret, no fret wear, just set-up, plays & sounds awesome, an awesome vibe guitar, has it's share of of play wear, has belt rash-worming, big wear spot on the face, hardware wear, has lots...
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1966 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212T

$5,795
JUST OUT OF A PRIVATE HIGH END COLLECTION 1966 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212T, serial # 809256, Sunburst, Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone inlays, gold hardware, weighs 8 lbs. - 9.6 oz., slim neck, looks like a pro re-fret, some fret-fretboard wear, just set-up, plays & sounds awesome, a very cool vibe guitar, has plenty of play wear, has belt rash, all the gold off the Bigsby, has lots of weather...
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1966 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212T

$6,250
JUST OUT OF A PRIVATE HIGH END COLLECTION 1966 Epiphone Sheraton Model E212T, serial # 891800, Cherry Red, Rosewood fretboard w/Abalone inlays, gold hardware, weighs 8 lbs. - 9.0 oz., slim neck, looks like a pro re-fret, no fret wear, just set-up, plays & sounds awesome, an outstanding guitar, has average play wear, has some light belt rash, has weather checking, wear on the pickup covers, no...
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1965 Epiphone Sheraton

$7,500
Beautiful semi-hollow top line Epi, 1965, sunburst, all original, gold hardware, original Grovers
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Seymour Duncan Antiquity II Adjustable Mini-Humbucker Guitar Neck Pickup

$145
Inspired by Glenn Schwartz from the James Gang's Epiphone Sheraton, Seymour Duncan created this pickup.
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1964 Gibson-epiphone Kluson Deluxe Double Line Tuners

$200
1964 Gibson-Epiphone double line, nickel tuners with metal buttons. Will fit Sheraton, Casino, and other models.
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2011 Epiphone Texan

$349.99
I've always been a huge fan of Epiphone flat tops like the J-200 and Texan. There's just something about the styling that really pleases me. The problem with those guitars is that they cost MEGA BUCKS. Epiphone to the rescue! The Epiphone Texan gives you the look of a 60s original without the high price tag! A solid spruce top offers great tone and projection. Mahogany back and sides add punch....
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2012 Gibson Custom Shop 1959 ES-330

$2,999.99
Gibson's ES-330 has found new popularity in recent years as players discover how great these guitars sound. Basically an ES-335 shape without a sustain block, these guitar pack loads of vintage punch thanks to dual P-90 pickups. Many folks were introduced to the ES-330 by its near identical cousin, the Epiphone Casino. From blues to rock to Beatle style pop, these guitars do it all. Gibson has...
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