Epiphone is proud to present the debut Epiphone signature model from triple-threat rock & roll singer-songwriter-guitarist Emily Wolfe. Based in Austin, Texas, Emily has been breathing new life into classic rock & roll with her incendiary guitar chops and original songwriting. Her new Epiphone Sheraton Stealth features her personal design touches, including an Indian laurel fretboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and mother of pearl block inlays with abalone lightning bolts, a bound 60s-style Kalamazoo headstock with a mother of pearl tree of life inlay on the front, and Emily's Wolfe logo and black gloss Emily Wolfe "stealth" signature on the rear. The headstock also features Grover Rotomatic tuning machines and a Graph Tech nut for excellent tuning stability. An Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece hold down the other end of the strings and contribute to the model's impressive sustain. Full-sized Epiphone Alnico Classic PRO humbucker pickups are wired with CTS potentiometers for smooth control over individual pickup volume and overall tone. The Epiphone Emily Wolfe Sheraton Stealth has a Black Aged Gloss finish paired with lightly aged gold hardware and comes with an EpiLite case.
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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 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. Emily is now in the studio with a new album slated for release later in 2021.