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How “Hot for Teacher,” a homemade mic, and a B.B. King-inspired signature axe factor into a repertoire that mixes Queens of the Stone Age sizzle with modern pop hooks.

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Many guitarists dream of being approached by a company to design a signature instrument and earlier this year Epiphone honored Wolfe with her own axe based on her Sheraton sidekick. Not officially unveiled until 2021, this prototype features diamond f-holes (much like the sigs for Trini Lopez and Dave Grohl), matte black finish, lightning bolt inlays, a master tone knob (Emily sometimes has problems stretching down to grab the fourth knob on her old Sheraton), and a set of ProBuckers.


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