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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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marcofromtheshot's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" it's round, it's good!"

Hohner HS35
I bought it in the 90s in the US, a song (well still about $ 300, but compared to what I had planned to put in a hollow body is shit) and I discovered a great guitar made in Germany!


The handle was top notch, clean, I had a few years after refretter but nothing nasty. What bothered me the most, and that is why I avoided the play live is that the bridge was floating: a shot of a little unhappy wrist and it was over, you needed 15 minutes to redo the accuracy and agreement. But in the studio recording: a killer.


Sounds very hot jazz, country by colors. Mine had an old rotary vibrato which was a little space to master, but perfect for creating custom tremolo effect, a simple little flick of the finger on the rod. And it's very round, inimitable. I never found that sound, even on Gretsch or Gibson much more expensive (but probably newer)


I do not play on half-boxes, but I'd be happy to play again on it if I found one.

colescotch's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner HS35
sold in usa
made in korea
tune o matic bridge
handle Colé
maple with rosewood key
22 frets
hollow maple body with f-holes in f
2 humbucker pickups type


handle very pleasant not too wide and well finished
Body type 335 are used to play very close to the body
and its a delight from dessu play but still quite heavy although very Balanced
CCAA acute is the easiest to cut the tails
the sound is very warm and very powerful
the sustain is awesome


agree very well this guitar is my style of music I play jazz and blues guitar but behaves
really very well be rock, pop and funk I play the same of "acdc" above it is very vrimant Polivalente and goes everywhere
I changed the pickups dorigine for gibson.
I played on a marshall hybrid ineffective this guitar does not really need it is at the top and really does not default


Ive bought doccasion the United States and with taxes and shipping costs it came back at 350 euros frankly nothing to say Ive tried the same model gibson're after my purchase and issue compared jai found q 'so large differences in prices were not justiffiée
of course she did not have the same prestige and each has its means to have fun ...
I will ever buy without hesitation cest really a very good guitar.
16 emes cest my guitar in 20 years of guitar jen have the most expensive and prestigious but this one I'm not nearly dumped it but it is heavy cut for length

and because it is one that allows me to scratch maproché best sound of john lee hooker ...