Hondo Deluxe Series HS-737 Les Paul-Style Vintage Singlecut Guitar Black 1983

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Mill River Music & Guitar Shop
Northampton, MA, United States
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Here's a 1983 Hondo HS-737 Les Paul copy in great playing condition. When it comes to Korean lawsuit singlecut guitars this is about as fine an example as you'll find, with rock solid build quality, a great sounding set of pickups, a cool Schaller wraparound bridge, vintage mojo for days. Nice!! It's in good shape for its age, with some fretwear and other normal signs of play but nothing that noticeably affects tone or playability. Does not include a case/gig bag or other accessories, but check out our shop online or get in touch directly if you'd like to add anything to your order.

From Samick Wiki (specs may differ slightly):

HS-737:
Same as H-737, but with Schaller 455 combination bridge/tailpiece and Schaller style tuning machines.

Body:
• Laminated Nato body with arched top
• Maple veneer (Sunburst finishes)
• Belly carve
• 45mm thick body

Neck:
• Bolt-on Nato neck
• Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
• Deluxe headstock
• Silk-screened Sunrise logo
• Silk-screened Deluxe Series logo on truss rod cover (1983)
• 22 frets
• 24.75" scale

Binding:
• Single-ply headstock, neck and body (front)
• Celluloid binding

Electronics:
• Two chrome covered humbuckers
• 3-way switch
• 2 Vol, 2 Tone

Hardware:
• Chrome hardware
• Flat-mounted, single-ply pickguard
• Deluxe headstock-matching truss rod cover
• White bell knobs
• [Schaller 455 combination bridge/tailpiece]

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