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Hohner L 75
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Hohner L 75

Other Shape Guitar from Hohner .

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Hohner L 75Published on 01/19/11 at 16:20
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Probably made in Korea
Chrome stop bar tailpiece fixed.
Tune O Matic bridge, simple effective sustainable
22 cases referred mache round profile but not as much as Gibson.
Mechanical origin changed to oil baths Grover.
It has 2 humbucker, 2 volume and 2 tone Les Paul what.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, in 16 years of use has not budged.
Like Gibson Les Paul it lead (mahogany?) But a perfect balance.
Access to treble is good but a bit more complicated to the 20th fret.
The pickups have been changed for gigson 490 T and R.
The old pickups were not the best of this guitar.
Hohner good violin can be mounted without complex quality microphones. This ensures both

SOUNDS

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Probably made in Korea
Chrome stop bar tailpiece fixed.
Tune O Matic bridge, simple effective sustainable
22 cases referred mache round profile but not as much as Gibson.
Mechanical origin changed to oil baths Grover.
It has 2 humbucker, 2 volume and 2 tone Les Paul what.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, in 16 years of use has not budged.
Like Gibson Les Paul it lead (mahogany?) But a perfect balance.
Access to treble is good but a bit more complicated to the 20th fret.
The pickups have been changed for gigson 490 T and R.
The old pickups were not the best of this guitar.
Hohner good violin can be mounted without complex quality microphones. This ensures both

SOUNDS

guitar for blues, rock, hard rock and even metal band Metallica type post 1990.
The sonorté is round and well defined, the sounds are saturated fat and hot, but my pickups are made by Gibson. But the quality of wood is there and contributes to a good sustain.
I play a Laney tube, a tube blackstar distortion and a wah Dunlop Fasel.
The whole thing sounds terribly and I have a fairly extensive range of sounds.


OVERALL OPINION

I since 1996, in 2008 the original me one microphone dropped. This guitar is worth it to mount microphones Gibson.
I like the finish of the guitar that after so many years is still nickel (varnish, chrome, key)!
I love this guitar vintage natural.
After the mods this guitar is worth the detour but originally I metris no more than 150 €
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  • Manufacturer: Hohner
  • Model: L 75
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 04/23/2003

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