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ellie

Not for sale The owner does not want to sell this guitar (2009-02-11)
Price paid : US $ 200



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this guitar is in very good shape i bought in about 79 or 80 i have over 200 ccollector guitars and out of any acoustic minus a takamine 12 string this is the very best sounding 6 string i have ever played i have since 1974 and still try to everyday i think hohner guitars are the most under priced and under rated guitars built and like any thing there are some good and some bad but my h g 920 has been played by many fine musicians and i have turned down a straight across trade for a martin d28 for it and i had very well known bluegrass player offer me $3500 dollars for it thanks please if any one has questions about hg 920 please contact me at bowtie72@yahoo.com thanks


Not for sale The owner does not want to sell this guitar (2009-02-11)
Price paid : US $ 200



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Brad Bailey said...
Also have original I bought new in late 70's here in South Africa. Great guitar, wont part with her. Just feel guilty at having bought ( mid life crises?) a younger more rounded Jumbo Tanglewood TWTSR3 - has such a different character. Hope she understands she is my first love

NMstrummer said...
Hello from me too Ellie...my husband had our Hohner HG-920 when I met him in '88, and it's a GEM! I was strumming my Tachomine 12 and spending my youth tuning it all the time. The Hohner has been my choice of guitar, I can pick it up and play along with Emmylou or Linda ANYTIME...no tuning needed most of the time. I was looking for a new nut for it, and found this. So glad to see you're enjoying yours as much as we do ours...I don't know if hubby would turn down $3500 for this one or not, I would encourage offers myself! But it sure is a fantastic guitar and would miss it if it weren't hanging nearby.

David said...
Hi Ellie, I too am a very very proud owner of a Hohner HG-920 arbor series guitar. They are great sounding and beautiful instruments, in fact for the last 28 years I have been trying to collect the entire run of the Hohner HG-900 arbor series guitars. You are only the third HG-920 owner that I have seen(I bought used April 1980 $275,Travis Harmony Central used $175 and now yours). They are very rare and hard to find. I do belive they are the unknown standouts of the late 70s acoustic guitars coming from Japan. I would never sell or trade either. Congrats on your guitar :)