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Hondo 935 Deluxe Series

Not for sale The owner does not want to sell this guitar (2009-11-03)
Price paid : US $ 250



Hondo 935 Deluxe Series


Walnut finish, set neck, mahogany/maple.


Not for sale The owner does not want to sell this guitar (2009-11-03)
Price paid : US $ 250



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martin knoch germany said...
got one of these nice guitars bought it from a friend who asked me to post it in ebay but i didn´t post i bought it right away for 200 bucks. nice guitar nice to play.

martin knoch germany said...
got one of these nice guitars bought it from a friend who asked me to post it in ebay but i didn´t post i bought it right away for 200 bucks. nice guitar nice to play.

James McElhoney said...
I have had this model for almost 25 years I bought it in a second-hand shop in cambridge (uk) in 1986 for £50. I saw it and thought WOW! that guitar is just rock and roll. and that it is what it is used for - it has had a new machine heads a few times but otherwise everything is original.

John Drexler said...
I bought mine new from Musician's Friend in 1982. A monster of a guitar...stock Groversd and DiMarzio pups. I play it all the time over my Carvin DC-127 Koa, and Am. Std. Strat. It literally kills the blues and jazz. I did an "A/B" with a Gibson 335 one time, and the finish and quality of construction beat the Gibson hands down. There were glue drops inside the Gibson! And ripples in the finish. Nope, the Hondo, despite its maligned name for snob-appeal was and is the better axe. And the Gibson doesn't have a mahogany neck! Love mine. It's transparent wine in color.