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Hofner Guitars HCT-CLUB SB CONTEMPORARY
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  • OliboyOliboy

    Hofner Guitars HCT-CLUB SB CONTEMPORARYPublished on 08/15/08 at 07:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Country? Probably in Asia for the price, but not ... they have a nice site and it seems to be picky ... then ... (About 550 euros .... if not in Germany)
    Adjustments some chelous (in clear a single setting applies balancing everything and bottom) and I did not understand everything, but I adjusted.
    Channel kind Gibson lp studio, U, I like enough.
    2 Höfner Daimond Pickups

    UTILIZATION

    So nice handle, long enough (a bit like an sg, not like a Jazzmaster anyway) access to acute rather well, well, finally saw the shape lp guess is that there are better.
    Great ergonomics (tested with strap), very light (it is hollow, well not completely but it does not show, if so!). Tested wit…
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    Country? Probably in Asia for the price, but not ... they have a nice site and it seems to be picky ... then ... (About 550 euros .... if not in Germany)
    Adjustments some chelous (in clear a single setting applies balancing everything and bottom) and I did not understand everything, but I adjusted.
    Channel kind Gibson lp studio, U, I like enough.
    2 Höfner Daimond Pickups

    UTILIZATION

    So nice handle, long enough (a bit like an sg, not like a Jazzmaster anyway) access to acute rather well, well, finally saw the shape lp guess is that there are better.
    Great ergonomics (tested with strap), very light (it is hollow, well not completely but it does not show, if so!). Tested with large Tirand (ouch! Fingers)

    SOUNDS

    Tested on a Vox AD30, and without too many crazy effects.
    Clean sounds not bad enough in the midrange, however (just to p90, I'm not a fan and I know what I mean I have a lp junior, but softer, phew!), Curiously slight twang ( but this is not a Start or a Tele), I confess myself not to be too concerned that the clear. CORRECTION: The bridge pickup is clear in its very very loud (high / medium) to limit of the tolerable set wrong?
    Sound distortion (distortion like metal too British), a killing! I stayed on the ass. It sounds like half a box of jazz without feedback. His medium-wooded catching fully.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I tested it twice in a store in Germany. I love the sound distortion. A little less clear (READ CORRIGENDUM) (but it's going anyway). It is great over, cheap, and with character. I hesitate with a Hagstrom Swede and Super Swede, but very little to be typed as a little better in the clear (especially the super Swede), but very heavy.
    I would say that I took at the end, finally, if somebody reads me.
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