Hondo de forme gibson ES series
Hondo de forme gibson ES series

de forme gibson ES series, Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Hondo.

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

Hondo de forme gibson ES series
It seems to have been manufactured in Japan in the 80s (it was then that I bought it).
22 frets, two doubles in Di Marzio
Mechanical oil bath Gotoh
Stop bar and tune-o-matic at home gibson
2 volume 2 tone
Handle very flat medium end we are in the universe Gibson flat out all the scales. As against the value of double cutaway is that from a Les Paul is access to acute thousand times more enjoyable and boards.

The only detail of the cheap guitar is the pickguard a plastic envelope with a Les Paul type metal clasp and not the type of attachment that is usually found on a semi-hollow


The neck is superb, one reaches the sharp fingers in the nose (well pull them anyway) and despite a heavy weight ergonomics are excellent. The top and back are bombs in the rules for the art, and the varnish trs enjoyable although a bit thin, and brittle with time.
One branch is played, the sound is always good. Only the knobs BMOL pourais aisment be more progressive.


This guitar should all types of music you can play with a team of Gibson 2 doubles, from jazz to pop rock. The neck pickup is round and soft and with a desire tonalmit the bottom one is the true sound of jazz. The intermediate position is flexible and allows trs almost reaching the lens, it is not Fender but it's still singing trs. As for the bridge pickups are all acute you can imagine on a double. It is a good definition of notes.


So it's the surprise this guitar is a real beauty. I challenge quiquonque make the differnce with a true ES 335. This guitar beats all copies of 335 possible. The violin is superb, and has been 20 years since I have this guitar nothing has changed.

I share has a Rickenbacker 330, a Mexican Start, a Gretsch 5120 and a Epiphone Les Paul. If we compare this guitar the Epiphone, there is no contest is not in the same category, the Epiphone is the cat pee cot. If I compare to Gretsch and Rickenbacker guitar making is probably of the same ilk but still the thickness of the wood of the table prevents it from giving full force relement half cash. It is rather the solid body with a hollow body. That said beam structure with the 335 (Thinline) that any fawn was not playing as a.

If I were the flying or that I lost I would be the saddest man in the world since it's my first electric guitar, and if I had bought the epoch for the look and knowing nothing and especially the guitar or the violin, in general, I clearly made the right pick the time by the result of chance.

The ratio quality price is amazing because if I do not remember how I pay 20 years ago c'tait clearly the price of an entry of the time.