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Discussion in 'Epiphone Guitars' started by Craig Williams, Aug 10, 2018.
Does the epiphone es335 have the same widw neck as the epiphone Sheridan ll pro.??
Does it have the same wide neck as the Sheridan ll pro..??
btw IIRC sheridan was a tank in WW-II
Welcome here @ €pi-Talk
you know what i mean can you answer the question or not
We usually talk more friendly to each other !
And new members usually introduce themselves here:
a look at their homepage tells:
Sheraton-II Pro >Nut Width 1-11/16"
ES-335 PRO > Nut Width 1.68"
Both neckshapes are described as '60s slim-taper D type' IIRC
and all of those neckshapes vary, because different employees in different factories have different sanding skills
You need to feel with your hands if it fits your taste or not
My experience is they are different, also a Sheraton has a multi piece maple neck.
Not a favorable first impression....perhaps you'd like to start over?
sorry thank you very much...im a new player just learning at 50yrs...i likr the sheraton but its a bit expensive.ive got an epiphone les paul ..this Will be my first "real"guitar.very sorry for being snarky.....any suggestions on a semi hollow body with a wide neck..??
Im a new player just started learning ay 50yrs ..i really like the sheraton but its a bit expensive....any suggestions on a semi hollow body with a wide neck...?? For about $550 new...again sorry for being rude
That's more like it.
As Pete said,
He's absolutely right.
When I was looking for my first* guitar I was dead set on an Explorer. Nothing else would do. But a buddy insisted that I at least try some other axes first and I'm glad he did. Turns out that while I love the Explorer look, and it's a great front man / lead axe on stage, it's like wrestling a coffee table at home / seated which is where and how I practice and take lessons. I tried a bunch of different models and brands before I landed on my G400 and I'm glad I did. Mine felt right from the start. I won't get into mods, because that's a separate deal. Suffice to say, if she doesn't feel right, she won't tell you what she "wants".
You might find you prefer a Gretch of something. Best way to find out is to test drive them for yourself.
*I had a Strat copy umpteen years ago, but the guy that was going to teach me shipped out. It got put so far on the back burner it was in the freezer. Didn't even faze me when it was stolen.
Yes, a late 90's to mid 2000's Dot
I was actually playing this one the other day and it has a nice chunky neck ( compared to my Sheraton) and felt real nice, not sure of the nut width but i definitely didn't feel cramped.
The neck on my Gretsch Streamliner is 1.7", about the same as the Casino Coupe. I also vote for trying a few out. Neck width does not equal neck shape does not equal fretboard radius. Also, if you mainly play seated (as I do), a wide, boxy guitar may not be comfortable for us of... less average height.
I don't understand. Is the Epi LP borrowed or shared (I'm assuming not stolen )? Or do you mean that the next guitar will your first new guitar purchase?
Benefit of the doubt - First guitar he picked out for himself. So, first guitar that was really his.