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" a nice surprise"

Hondo H 124 ENMPublished on 03/06/13 at 01:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
1981 model made in Korea.
Channel V (as Martin)
20 frets
Micro magnetic box under the 19th
Passive preamp, 1 volume 1 tone
Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard
Back & sides laminated mahogany table

rise Martin Darco Extra Light

UTILIZATION

Channel V very friendly and easy
Good ergonomics, light weight rather
Access to acute not easy in the absence of cutaway, but until the 15th box is ca.

Sounds that feel old .....

SOUNDS

More accustomed to the sounds crystal clear tables spruce, I think the roundness of "all mahogany" pretty nice.
The magnetic pickup captures very well the sounds despite his 30 years, and plays very well the natural sound of the cash
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1981 model made in Korea.
Channel V (as Martin)
20 frets
Micro magnetic box under the 19th
Passive preamp, 1 volume 1 tone
Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard
Back & sides laminated mahogany table

rise Martin Darco Extra Light

UTILIZATION

Channel V very friendly and easy
Good ergonomics, light weight rather
Access to acute not easy in the absence of cutaway, but until the 15th box is ca.

Sounds that feel old .....

SOUNDS

More accustomed to the sounds crystal clear tables spruce, I think the roundness of "all mahogany" pretty nice.
The magnetic pickup captures very well the sounds despite his 30 years, and plays very well the natural sound of the cash

OVERALL OPINION

I only yesterday, but I own 2 other Hondo (or affiliate) a spruce and rosewood, mahogany and other spruce. The Hondo has always been a sure enough value for me. I knew what to expect in terms of lutherie, so I bought almost closed eyes
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  • Manufacturer: Hondo
  • Model: H 124 ENM
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/26/2012

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Other names: h124enm, h124 enm, h 124enm

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