Introducing Hohner Electrics. More of what you want..for less. Hohner has a reputation for high quality instruments at affordable prices. And our new handcrafted Electrics are no exception. We’ve taken the details that make a great electric great and added a few innovations of our own. Classic appointments blended with advanced solid state electronics make these guitars sound as good as they look. But the ultimate test is playing one. After you do, we’re sure you’ll agree that at any price it’s hard to beat a Hohner electric guitar. When you’re looking for that big break, Hohner can be instrumental.
1979 Hoher Electric Guitars Vintage Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com
Reason #1 – Contessa guitars from Hohner sound good. But the only way you’ll agree with us is to try one. Listen to the bass notes. Run up to the top frets. Crank the tuning hardware. Examine the wood, its thickness and grain. Feel the inlay work and the finish. Above all, take your time. Your dealer doesn’t mind, and we want you to hear all the sounds a Contessa has to offer. And once you find the sound you’re after, you won’t lose it. Here’s why:
Reason #2: The Hohner Warranty. The better the sound, the more delicate the guitar. That’s why our Warranty is so important. It’s your assurance that this good-sounding guitar will keep on sounding good. For a long time…
1974 Contessa Guitars from Hohner – two good reasons to try Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com
Play beyond your means. Now play the kind of guitar you thought you could never afford – the Jacaranda Rosewood Dreadnought from Hohner’s Limited Edition Guitar Collection. It’s a professional hand-crafted instrument. Carefully designed for playability and superior tone…
1978 Hohner Jacaranda Rosewood Dreadnought Limited Edition Guitar Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com
Happy Birthday America. Hohner has a birthday present for you. We have a guitar case and strap that are yours free when you buy either our HG-07 Folk Guitar or our HG-14 Classic Guitar. Both the case and the strap are done up in colorful Americana graphics. After you get carried away by our guitars, you can carry them away in style.
Hohner’s Bicentennial Collector’s Item. We’re also celebrating America’s 200th birthday with a Limited Edition Bicentennial Harmonica. It has a specially designed inscription that makes it a collector’s item you’ll be glad you collected. But hurry to your favorite music store. Like we said, it’s a Limited Edition.
1976 Hohner HG-07 Folk Guitar & HG-14 Classic Guitar Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com
“You can’t make the scene unless you can make the sound.” Bucky Barrett has been a professional guitar player for 17 years, playing road dates and concerts. Two years ago he decided to settle in Nashville to make it as a studio musician…Bucky who owns a hohner HG-360, thinks that Hohner’s Limited Edition guitars meet the young professionals’ needs…”it’s a good instrument,” says Bucky. “For me, it’s my signature sound now. And that’s really what you need to make it in this business.”
1978 Bucky Barrett for Hohner HG-360 Limited Edition Guitars Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com
What makes a guitar sound great? The Hohner Contessa knows. The heart of great sound is great construction. And every Contessa (Folk, Classic, Country & Western, Electric) is carefully and beautifully constructed. From the adjustable, steel-reinforced neck, to the smoothly-lacquered spruce, maple or mahogany body. Built to produce fast, brilliant tones. Built to last. In fact, a leading testing organization rated the Contessa Folk guitar number one in its class. You’ll know why after just a few bars or chords. The oval rosewood fingerboard feels right. Frets are low. Action is fast, silky. Notes are true. Chords are rich…
1970 Hohner Contessa Folk Guitar Ad available at www.GuitarPulp.com