Gibson Melody Maker, Harmony H22 bass, Vox Ultrasonic
1969 Gibson Melody Maker guitarHarmony H22 bassVox Ultrasonic guitar, with built-in effects
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The majority of the instruments profiled on this site were produced by the brands to the left (click for more), although there is also some limited content on the following guitars and amps
Ampeg, Baldwin, Dan Armstrong, Futurama, G&L, Goya, Hayman, Ibanez, Marshall, Musicman, Ovation, Peavey, Rickenbacker, Selmer, Silvertone, Supro and Yamaha, WEM

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Hofner catalogues and publicity material

Vintage catalogues featuring Hofner guitars

Hofner catalogues

Hofner guitars were distributed by different companies worldwide, for example Selmer in the United Kingdom and Sorkin in the USA.

1960 Selmer catalogueSelmer guitars and strings - 1960. 42 pages of electric and acoustic guitars, and acoustic upright basses, branded Hofner, Futurama and Selmer. For the UK market
1964 Selmer catalogue1964 Selmer catalogue. For UK distribution. 32 pages - electric guitars by Hofner and Futurama. Acoustics by Hofner, Hagstrom, Espana and Serlan. 32 pages.
1966 Selmer catalogue Selmer guitars and accessories 1966 44 pages of electric and acoustic guitars by Hofner, Gibson, Hagstrom, Futurama, Giannini and Selmer. for UK distribution.
1967 Hofner catalogue 1967 Fine professional guitars and electric basses. This catalogue was aimed at the United States market, and was produced by US distributor Sorkin Music. Contains all US electric guitar and bass models, aswell as lutes, mandolins and acoustic guitars.
1970 Selmer catalogue 1970 Gibson, Yamaha and Hofner catalogue - electric and acoustic guitars

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