Epiphone ‘Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth’ Available Worldwide

Epiphone are pleased to present the new Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth electric guitar. The Sheraton Stealth is created by singer-songwriter-guitarist and producer Emily Wolfe and the luthiers at Epiphone in Nashville, TN, and marks Wolfe’s first Epiphone signature guitar. The Epiphone Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth is available worldwide now at www.epiphone.com.
“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,” explains Emily Wolfe. “There’s no barrier between my creativity as an artist and the audience because my Sheraton so easily becomes a part of me.”
“The Epiphone team is proud to craft and introduce the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth Signature,” says Krista Gilley, Brand Director for Epiphone and Kramer. “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.”
Watch Emily Wolfe perform her new song “No Man” from the Gibson Showroom in Austin, TX, read her artist interview, and enter to win her Epiphone Sheraton Stealth guitar in Black Aged Gloss via Consequence of Sound, today: HERE.
Played by artists such as the legendary blues artist John Lee Hooker, Noel Gallagherand Gem Archer of Oasis, The Edge of U2, Matthew Followill of Kings of Leon and Emily Wolfe, with its thinline, double-cutaway, semi-hollowbody design–similar to the Gibson ES-335–the influential Epiphone Sheraton continues to shape sound throughout generations of players. Entries for the Emily Wolfe Epiphone Sheraton Stealth guitargiveaway on Consequence of Sound are limited to residents of the U.S. and Canada; click here to enter: https://gleam.io/ruvCt/emily-wolfes-signature-epiphone-sheraton-stealth-guitar.
Wolfe lent her creativity and worked with Epiphone luthiers to develop her first-ever signature guitar, the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth. Available in Black Aged Gloss, the Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth features an Indian Laurel fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and mother-of-pearl block inlays with abalone lightning bolts. The headstock comes in the popular 60s Kalamazoo shape with Emily’s Wolfe logo–a mother of pearl tree of life–inlay on the front, and a black gloss Emily Wolfe “Stealth” signature on the back. The Sheraton Stealth is outfitted with Grover® Rotomatic® tuning machines and a GraphTech® 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.
Emily Wolfe transcends the ranks of ordinary musicians. As a triple-threat rock & roll singer-songwriter-guitarist and producer from Austin, TX, Wolfe is on a mission to breathe new life into classic rock & roll with her incendiary guitar chops and original songwriting. Wolfe’s creative songwriting, powerful lead vocals, and dominating guitar style has led her to share stages with Gary Clark Jr, The Struts, The Pretenders, White Reaper, Joan Jett, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and more. A self-taught guitar player starting from the age of 5, Wolfe has honed her craft and continues to take her playing to the next level. Wolfe will release a new album in Summer 2021 and “No Man” is one of the songs on the new LP.
About Emily Wolfe
Hailing from Austin, TX, singer-songwriter-guitarist and producer Emily Wolfe has spent the last several years making a name for herself as an electrifying, live rock solo artist. Described as the sonic merging of PJ Harvey and Jack White, Emily Wolfe self-released her debut EP Roulette (2014) followed by the single “Atta Blues” in 2016. Wolfe used 2017 and 2018 to tour and write new music. In 2019, Wolfe released her self-titled, debut album which NPR described as, “Stormy, seductive blues-rock thunder, with riffs for miles.” Elsewhere, the Wall Street Journal hailed the album “…a sparkling rocker with a propulsive groove and atmospheric guitars.” For her debut album, Wolfe teamed up with Ben Tanner from the Alabama Shakes to co-produce. As a result, Wolfe effortlessly harnessed the raw power of her live performances in collaboration with in-studio experimentation crafting an album that marries the roots of rock with the soaring choruses of modern pop.
About Epiphone
For over 140 years, Epiphone has been a leading innovator in instrument design with models like the Casino, the Texan, and Masterbilt Century Archtop Collection.Epiphone began as the “House of Stathopoulo” family business in Sparta in the 1870s and rose to fame during the jazz age in Manhattan before joining Gibson brands in 1957. Today, Epiphone continues to make history from its headquarters in Nashville, TN. Epiphones have powered classic recordings by Les Paul, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones along with today’s top artists like Peter Frampton, Gary Clark Jr., Tommy Thayer of KISS, and Lzzy Hale. Epiphone offers innovation, history, and a lifetime guarantee. Whether you are learning your first song in your bedroom, or rocking an arena, Epiphone has always been there, for everyone, for every generation, for every stage. For more information, visit: Epiphone.com and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.