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Hofner 457/12, 457SE2, 470SE2, 471SE2, 125 and 126

Hofner 1967 catalogue page 9

1967 Hofner electric guitar and bass catalogue - page 9. This page shows four single-cutaway electric acoustics: the 457/12 twelve string, and it's six-string equivalent the 457SE2; two versions of the Hofner Club, the 125 and 126; and the very fine 470SE2 and 471SE2, in blonde and shaded finishes respectively.

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1967 Hofner electric guitar and bass catalogue - page 9 - Hofner 457/12, 457SE2, 470SE2, 471SE2, 125 and 126

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chris nesly Comment left 6th April 2015 07:07:47
Hello ! I owned an hollow body Höfer in 1967 (I was 17 !), and I never find it on the net : she was white/pale cream, on mapple, I suppose ; with 2 humbuckers, 2 potentiometers and 1 or 2 interuptors on a rectangular plactis brown support; The pickguars was "tortoise" and the design known. I added a Höfner vibrato (I own the bow !). The price paid was 500 french francs. It sounding bad, but it was my first guitar !... :) Regards ! PS : if you want, I will send you a pic of the tre box ?

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