Steve Vai belongs to the absolute top eschelon of guitarists, the elite players who are so virtuosic that there is hardly any barrier between their mind and the instrument. Vai’s only limitation is his imagination; which, thankfully, is wildly creative.
It seems that Fender didn’t know quite what they had when they first created the legendary Jazzmaster.
Gretsch’s iconic White Falcon hollow-body set out from its debut in 1955 to compete with the ultra-premium Gibson Super 400.
Similar to the Epiphone Casino (but modeled after the Gibson ES-335), the Sheraton is a slightly heavier, semi-hollow archtop guitar that can hold its own against anything released under the Gibson name.