Epiphone launches Emily Wolfe’s new signature Sheraton Stealth

The signature was first teased back at NAMM 2021.

Epiphone Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth

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Epiphone has launched its new signature electric guitar for Emily Wolfe, the Sheraton Stealth.

The Emily Wolfe Sheraton stealth comes finished in Black Aged Gloss, with gold hardware including a LockTone Tune-O-Matic hardtail and Grover Rotomatic tuners. The headstock is the new Epiphone Kalamazoo shape, and is inlaid with Wolfe’s tree of life logo in mother-of-pearl, with her signature on the back.

Electronics consist of gold-covered Epiphone Alnico Classic Pro Humbuckers, paired with a three-way toggle and CTS potentiometers for individual volume controls and a master tone control.

Other construction points include an Indian laurel fingerboard, topped with 22 medium jumbo frets and mother-of-pearl block inlays with abalone lightning bolts.

Epiphone Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth
Image: Epiphone

Wolfe said of the introduction: “My Sheraton is more than a guitar, it’s an extension of me and somehow has the same magic that a rare vintage instrument has, in that songs flow out of it every day. There’s no barrier between my creativity as an artist and the audience because my Sheraton so easily becomes a part of me.”

Krista Gilley, Epiphone and Kramer’s brand director, said: “The Epiphone team is proud to craft and introduce the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth Signature. It’s such a thrill to work with Emily, a Texas power-house songwriter and skilled guitarist, who is genuinely passionate about gear and tools that evoke creativity. At Epiphone, it is our obligation to create these types of guitars, and an even greater privilege to do so alongside such a strong female artist.”

Pricing information for the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth is yet to be revealed. For more, head to epiphone.com.

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