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  • andymortonandymorton

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 07/04/08 at 03:26
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    The look is perfect in deep black, it's a real panther, manufacturing is trssrieuse and irreproachable quality (of German origin mark) solid, fully dense mahogany, heavy weight, handle exceptional mcaniques srieuses (not drglent) in short a guitar to last and which ensures the professional.

    USE

    As I already said, the handle is a marvel, in terms of sound, I found that the bridge pickup (bridge) was a little soft (vintage) and too sensitive to feedback with an amp pushed I therefore changed with a Seymour Duncan SH-13 dimebag signature and is sure what is patator, the set provides serious is pure Pantera, it's his standard, large and sharp, a real chainsaw, a big panzer ... that's exac…
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    The look is perfect in deep black, it's a real panther, manufacturing is trssrieuse and irreproachable quality (of German origin mark) solid, fully dense mahogany, heavy weight, handle exceptional mcaniques srieuses (not drglent) in short a guitar to last and which ensures the professional.

    USE

    As I already said, the handle is a marvel, in terms of sound, I found that the bridge pickup (bridge) was a little soft (vintage) and too sensitive to feedback with an amp pushed I therefore changed with a Seymour Duncan SH-13 dimebag signature and is sure what is patator, the set provides serious is pure Pantera, it's his standard, large and sharp, a real chainsaw, a big panzer ... that's exactly what I dsirait ... of which srieux dfonce walls, a weapon of mass destruction.

    SONORITS

    The neck pickup is warm, soft, round and prcis; ideal for progressive jazz or blues, it is comparable to the PAF is to say very Gibsonian, good for feeling! I play on Line 6, but it's better with a good Marshall JCM 800, for example, although saturs its sound rather a lot about spiders ... one of the highlights of this guitar is its Sustain is almost endless, ideal for solos
    I played on Gibson les paul studio and I think its better sustain (density of mahogany) and the handle of comfort standout, it is very close to the model custom Gibson.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I have this guitar for 6 years, I love all of these qualities, I do not see any major default if not weight, ITS is HUGE with Duncans, I make guitar since the 80s, I assure you that this guitar is a value sre safely, provided that you change the bridge pickup (SH-13) and to put an SH-1 neck pickup, then this is the total, a veritable killer, the very high level of comparable guitars 5 times more expensive, the price-quality ratio is simply HUGE.
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  • ChrizzikChrizzik

    Copy The Honourable Paul

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 10/26/13 at 07:53
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    Features common to a copy of Les Paul:
    2 humbuckers, a aigu/les2/manche selector, 1 volume and 1 tone micro
    22 frets
    Bolt-4 screws, accessible by setting the head
    Bridge Type Tune-O-Matic

    UTILIZATION

    Rebelote: characteristics are common to copies of Gibson
    I do not know what kind of wood it is made, but it weighs its weight.
    Ergonomics is could not be more classic, a cutaway for access to acute, and it passes.
    The electronics are reliable: never worry, very reasonable snoring sounds and typed.
    I changed the jack, which really loosened too often, and whose contacts were a bit dodgy, but that's all.

    SOUNDS

    Played on a Hughes & Kettner hybrid (preamp tube …
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    Features common to a copy of Les Paul:
    2 humbuckers, a aigu/les2/manche selector, 1 volume and 1 tone micro
    22 frets
    Bolt-4 screws, accessible by setting the head
    Bridge Type Tune-O-Matic

    UTILIZATION

    Rebelote: characteristics are common to copies of Gibson
    I do not know what kind of wood it is made, but it weighs its weight.
    Ergonomics is could not be more classic, a cutaway for access to acute, and it passes.
    The electronics are reliable: never worry, very reasonable snoring sounds and typed.
    I changed the jack, which really loosened too often, and whose contacts were a bit dodgy, but that's all.

    SOUNDS

    Played on a Hughes & Kettner hybrid (preamp tube amp transistor), I found some sounds for my taste:
    * Clean channel in bridge pickup with a chorus and reverb, great for arpeggios
    * Clean channel for funky rhythm with two microphones, a compression
    * Clean with the neck pickup for rhythm or phrases
    * Crunch the same microphone for blues revivals
    * Acute microphone lead for good solos
    I have less hooked on the other sounds (microphone + serious distortion for example), but I think it's all related to the guitar amp and the taste of the performer).
    I was not too successful to hang jazz sounds playing on the pitch, he needs acute if not I think it does not sound too.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It was my first electric guitar, cheap.
    I kept it because of the look, because it is well agreed that it is always ready to throw an idea on a magneto in passing, with electronics that do not snore.
    There are small pieces of hardware that would give way after 20 years: Also the jack, I lose occasionally handle inlays of mother of pearl, and I also changed the selector button (not the selector right the plastic part that is activated), the screws plastic frames around the microphones rust, as well as the pickgard, but I do not do sleep outside in the rain, and the white stripe around the body, neck and head, is now cream / yellow, with some cracks.
    But it's lived, not the relic ...

    Yes I would do this choice, it is not necessarily a versatile guitar, but it stands on a lot of styles. I keep it, and I even still playing.
    I put notes 8/10 because in this price range, this is fine. After that, it is not to be compared with a successful original (with real microphones, neat and upscale fittings violin).
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  • fabdollfabdoll

    good copy les paul

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 10/22/13 at 02:13
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    This is a guitar that I did not keep long and therefore sold 89 model, based on the metal plate on the back, probably Korean, a good copy of the paul, rather pretty and very correct violin.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is flat and thin, very fast, adjustment for tilt. Nice low action.

    SOUNDS

    I did not really like the sound, matter of taste, a guitar seems oriented me metal, its quite clear and moderate chrunch in pretty good distortion.
    Now I have not owned long enough to know what it is equipped with microwave it there seems to me at least two versions with different microphones so.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a guitar that I bought and sold at 150 euros (in 2012),…
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    This is a guitar that I did not keep long and therefore sold 89 model, based on the metal plate on the back, probably Korean, a good copy of the paul, rather pretty and very correct violin.

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is flat and thin, very fast, adjustment for tilt. Nice low action.

    SOUNDS

    I did not really like the sound, matter of taste, a guitar seems oriented me metal, its quite clear and moderate chrunch in pretty good distortion.
    Now I have not owned long enough to know what it is equipped with microwave it there seems to me at least two versions with different microphones so.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a guitar that I bought and sold at 150 euros (in 2012), she is subject to play a fairly muscular rock.
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  • philimorphilimor

    'Hat

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 05/21/13 at 09:26
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    japan hardware description already specified, except with two microphones gibson 498 and 498T!!

    UTILIZATION

    good

    SOUNDS

    support on the amp modeling lamp must not make the same heat

    OVERALL OPINION

    purchased through leboncoin, released purchased at the opening of the mag converter cash tonight! first impression "new" very good violin and yet I have three Gibson referring one cs for its not so transcendent cause could well do better and after an hour of DIY a killing with both 498 (flipped for the bridge) I spend time on setting tailpiece neck etc. to make it more playable than
    unexpected result sound! not in the hard trip but the punchy blues rock 80s it go…
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    japan hardware description already specified, except with two microphones gibson 498 and 498T!!

    UTILIZATION

    good

    SOUNDS

    support on the amp modeling lamp must not make the same heat

    OVERALL OPINION

    purchased through leboncoin, released purchased at the opening of the mag converter cash tonight! first impression "new" very good violin and yet I have three Gibson referring one cs for its not so transcendent cause could well do better and after an hour of DIY a killing with both 498 (flipped for the bridge) I spend time on setting tailpiece neck etc. to make it more playable than
    unexpected result sound! not in the hard trip but the punchy blues rock 80s it goes with all harmonics to kill me who wanted a guitar not to fear the shots and make me shoot I will review my position! since this is my guitar Staples 3.6 kg weighing 200g or less than the lightest of my gib back says bravo!
    so if there in another lying around on the net go for me it was € 169 plus € 100 microphones are 40 € for condos knobs and roll
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  • bniklazzbniklazz

    Without complex

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 01/03/13 at 03:37
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    Stop bar tailpiece set chrome.
    Tune O matic bridge, simple effective sustainable
    Mache boxes under 22 round profile but not as much as the Gibson.
    Changed to original mechanical oil baths Grover.
    It has 2 humbucker, 2 volume and 2 tone From what Les Paul.
    Junction body / neck seems to be his weak point, because mine dropped to long ago.
    Then I had pasted (wood glue) and since it fits perfectly and permanently.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, in 18 years of use it has not budged.
    As the Gibson Les Paul it leaden (mahogany?) But in perfect balance.
    Access to acute is okay but a bit more complicated to the 20th fret.
    The pickups have been changed for gibson 490 T a…
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    Stop bar tailpiece set chrome.
    Tune O matic bridge, simple effective sustainable
    Mache boxes under 22 round profile but not as much as the Gibson.
    Changed to original mechanical oil baths Grover.
    It has 2 humbucker, 2 volume and 2 tone From what Les Paul.
    Junction body / neck seems to be his weak point, because mine dropped to long ago.
    Then I had pasted (wood glue) and since it fits perfectly and permanently.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is nice, in 18 years of use it has not budged.
    As the Gibson Les Paul it leaden (mahogany?) But in perfect balance.
    Access to acute is okay but a bit more complicated to the 20th fret.
    The pickups have been changed for gibson 490 T and R, then alnico pro 2 at Seymour Duncan.
    The old pickups were not the best of this guitar.
    Good hohner violin to mount without complex quality microphones.

    SOUNDS

    This ensures both guitar for blues, rock, hard rock and even metal type Metallica post 1990.
    The sonorté is round and well defined, the sounds are saturated fat and warm but my microphones are not original. But the quality of the wood is good and helps sustain.
    I played a Laney lamp, a lamp blackstar distortion, and wha Dunlop Fasel.
    Now it sounds a Peavey 6505 +
    All sounds terribly and I have a fairly wide range of sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 1996, in 2008 the original pickups on me depressed. This guitar is worth mounting microphones value.
    I love the finish of the guitar that after so many years is still nickel (varnish, chrome, key)!
    I love the vintage nature of this guitar.
    After the mods this guitar is worth seeing.
    Today it celebrates the 18 years: all wiring redone changed the knobs, switch changed. She always yours amazes the road and at concerts.
    A guitar sound that viellit very well.
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  • yvgotyvgot

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 11/13/05 at 15:18
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    It has a model antrieur 90, not Chinese. it shows in terms of finish and quality ..

    UTILIZATION

    It is a sister to Paul, but much less (5 to 10 times!) And I think at this price okaz, we can not be better. Some versions are equipped with DiMarzio, older versions of a fawn boost sales, and seduce the press of the era guitar .. The is a real success .. a plug piphone, play 5 minutes, plug the hohner, you will understand!

    SOUNDS

    Very versatile, and I think the term "professional" is justified (for once) if one day you do buy a real gibson 2500-3000 euros, know that it gives you a good taste before! ! the handle is quite right and prcis, and much better than the shovel hand…
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    It has a model antrieur 90, not Chinese. it shows in terms of finish and quality ..

    UTILIZATION

    It is a sister to Paul, but much less (5 to 10 times!) And I think at this price okaz, we can not be better. Some versions are equipped with DiMarzio, older versions of a fawn boost sales, and seduce the press of the era guitar .. The is a real success .. a plug piphone, play 5 minutes, plug the hohner, you will understand!

    SOUNDS

    Very versatile, and I think the term "professional" is justified (for once) if one day you do buy a real gibson 2500-3000 euros, know that it gives you a good taste before! ! the handle is quite right and prcis, and much better than the shovel handles the gibson 75-85. (Well, yes, but round and pais). Recomandes.elle big hands is also more lightweight and maniable.2 a 3 hour live does not scare him.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Of course I buy a replacement if I had to do it again! but the problem is that we find more ... and then this brand is a REFERENCE to the world of music and instruments ..
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  • solfisolfi

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 03/28/07 at 10:55
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    Japan is a manufacturing and side of the rising sun they can do!
    Mine is 1997, with micro Di Marzio PAF and the handle has 21 frets
    TUNOMATIC bridge is simple but very effective
    PAUL setting the type of 4 knobs and its nuances
    Channel U super comfortable (palisandre India) and very fast even for small mimine

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super comfortable and easily accessible even in the treble, the agreements are the shock over time, in short, all good!
    The weight is relative, but we feel that there is no tree in the animal as a G. ... n but still (I have a LAG RX.200 and the weight is a feather).
    The unit is calibrated on a Les Paul in therm of ergonomics it pleases or not u…
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    Japan is a manufacturing and side of the rising sun they can do!
    Mine is 1997, with micro Di Marzio PAF and the handle has 21 frets
    TUNOMATIC bridge is simple but very effective
    PAUL setting the type of 4 knobs and its nuances
    Channel U super comfortable (palisandre India) and very fast even for small mimine

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super comfortable and easily accessible even in the treble, the agreements are the shock over time, in short, all good!
    The weight is relative, but we feel that there is no tree in the animal as a G. ... n but still (I have a LAG RX.200 and the weight is a feather).
    The unit is calibrated on a Les Paul in therm of ergonomics it pleases or not up to you but I love it!
    The sound is huge with Di Marzio pickups, it sounds all is Rock and you're "almost" as PAGE in the right time.

    SOUNDS

    Yes, it's rock, but with adjusting microphone and amp it is easy to blues and even agreements jazz. For the metal is not my cup of tea but it has sent.
    I play on a VOX - CAMBRIDGE 30 watts (the British for their great expertise in amp) and a Hiwat GT.40 - R, Good save the queen!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchased in GB in 2002, is magnificently delivered in his walnut amber. It is a model LP.75 professional and quality is at the end. really any good and it's not a lack HOHNER novice into a musical instrument (no photo copies with G. ... starting with n in ... Eph) do more damage than it, sniff. ...
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  • El BrutoEl Bruto

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 05/27/08 at 14:06
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    Excellent finish

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is fabulous. A little round, but very nice. Followers of the game blocked, remember that the handle slides well but can be tiring a bit mimine.
    Access to an acute classic LP. I hold it upside down because I'm left handed, so obviously, access to acute is more complicated for me, but it happens with all the guitars ... except the double cutaway.
    It weighs his weight, which gives it a well full. Perfect for rock, blues, indie, at least for the trash, of course.
    I have this guitar for 17 years, she has not flinched, just toggle the switch Bitonio I broke, and difficult to change because not even a standard LP.

    SOUNDS

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    Excellent finish

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is fabulous. A little round, but very nice. Followers of the game blocked, remember that the handle slides well but can be tiring a bit mimine.
    Access to an acute classic LP. I hold it upside down because I'm left handed, so obviously, access to acute is more complicated for me, but it happens with all the guitars ... except the double cutaway.
    It weighs his weight, which gives it a well full. Perfect for rock, blues, indie, at least for the trash, of course.
    I have this guitar for 17 years, she has not flinched, just toggle the switch Bitonio I broke, and difficult to change because not even a standard LP.

    SOUNDS

    At the time I used it more regularly, I played a Peavey Express 112 (bof. ..). Type of music: indie rock and 70, it is perfect (the amp less ...!). I used almost always in the bridge position. OD with it makes the thunder!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for more than 17 years, it is superb. This is my first "real" guitar, I do not undress, just because it sounds excellent, and it has more sentimental value for me. The only small gripe is the super thick varnish, it's hard to grow old ...
    Before the scratches I had a copy of LP in Rockwood (sub-brand of Hohner, I think) ... really bad. The pickups have a very good sound, the guitar responds well and weighs well ... happiness!
    Apparently it is no longer marketed. Too bad ... if you find hand and in good condition, I highly recommend!
    For my part, I had bought in 1990-1991, then 2000 francs (300 euros, for the younger ...). When I see how it is after so many years .... I find the value absolutely fantastic!
    Obviously, I would do this choice, although now I play a Epi LP on which I mounted Burstbuckers Gibson, then obviously, the comparison is more difficult ...!
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  • ropongiropongi

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 09/23/09 at 04:30
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    Guitar purchase, MODEL 1989, thus apparently made in Japan.
    Copy of Les Paul, so for those discovering (the era like me) this type of scraper must prciser it's not the top issue ergonomics: heavy guitar, prs 5kg and form that does not make the game sit. No problem at stake standing, but large strap binding.

    UTILIZATION

    Bassist of all, I tried several types of guitars before I DCID for a Les Paul type scraper, having a possd in the past (a DIA, which would become a collector if I had gard ... sniff). I love above all the simplicity of these guitars, but micro asset or slecteur 12 positions. The handle is an LP, so we like it or not, I even qd t surprised by its relatively thin (…
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    Guitar purchase, MODEL 1989, thus apparently made in Japan.
    Copy of Les Paul, so for those discovering (the era like me) this type of scraper must prciser it's not the top issue ergonomics: heavy guitar, prs 5kg and form that does not make the game sit. No problem at stake standing, but large strap binding.

    UTILIZATION

    Bassist of all, I tried several types of guitars before I DCID for a Les Paul type scraper, having a possd in the past (a DIA, which would become a collector if I had gard ... sniff). I love above all the simplicity of these guitars, but micro asset or slecteur 12 positions. The handle is an LP, so we like it or not, I even qd t surprised by its relatively thin (for an LP, that is). CHAC in acute me. The guitar is pretty heavy against the long pnible is enough. Neck pickup (my prfr round and perfect for serious blues, pickup etclaquant more acute: how an LP! Position intermdiaire? I use it just because I find it rather impersonal .

    SOUNDS

    Faitepourdu blues / rock, but since this is my main scratch and I like tinkering sounds and effects, it suffers all the abuse possible without flinching too, is the advantage of a skyscraper rustic! Him stick a big distortion, for against, is useless, at least I tried his config with original microphone.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Purchase this guitar is a real rgal.Rien that the violin is worth buying if you find it in OCCAZ, the base is terrible to paste beefy pickups. I say was, but I have the original config and it good enough for me. Hohner, manufactures musical instruments long before you know, unfortunate that this brand and this guitar is not + cts, it is widely MODEL suprieur to Epiphone and other clones of the moment. Good Lespaul.
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  • LfeverLfever

    Hohner Professional L75Published on 02/28/09 at 14:21
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    Japanese-made (after what I've read). Yet it seemed that Hohner was German. A check

    Guitar type LP. Two humbuckers Hohner. Channel typ gibson, a little more enjoyable, I think. Four knobs, as on LP.

    Manufacturing meticulous; much better than on my Gibson!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel for a very pleasant type LP. Acute attack accordingly for those who know. I've made very quickly. Yet I have the world JACKSON.
    Guitar quite heavy, but hey, the sustain is accordingly.
    Very good sound gnral

    SOUNDS

    Buy 98 !!!!! the sound is really good. Larsen too easy but manageable. A marshall, sends a really very good. Bizarre as this guitar is more than reputation.
    The neck bridge is…
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    Japanese-made (after what I've read). Yet it seemed that Hohner was German. A check

    Guitar type LP. Two humbuckers Hohner. Channel typ gibson, a little more enjoyable, I think. Four knobs, as on LP.

    Manufacturing meticulous; much better than on my Gibson!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel for a very pleasant type LP. Acute attack accordingly for those who know. I've made very quickly. Yet I have the world JACKSON.
    Guitar quite heavy, but hey, the sustain is accordingly.
    Very good sound gnral

    SOUNDS

    Buy 98 !!!!! the sound is really good. Larsen too easy but manageable. A marshall, sends a really very good. Bizarre as this guitar is more than reputation.
    The neck bridge is slightly less expressive than the handle. It is very good and punchy, but the neck pickup is downright excellent. Blues, rock, nothing escapes him.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought 1 month ago, I did some repeated 'with and I am really bluff. Big sustain, with a small cot pe vintage hard rock type 80.

    The only drawback is that on mine (and explains the price) is that I have to redo the key. The frets are worn, some are almost out of the handle.
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