It seems that Fender didn’t know quite what they had when they first created the legendary Jazzmaster.
The saber is one of the lightest, fastest, and most agile of all swords. It makes sense, then, that the “S” in Ibanez’s S Series stands for “sabre.”
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.
The Gibson ES-355 began life as the premium version of the already incredible ES-335. Featuring exquisite binding, hardware and inlay special touches, and improved wiring that offered a true stereo output, the ES-355 was Gibson’s attempt at making the best all-round semi-hollow archtop they possibly could.