Snap wrote:Hey Cracks, don't you think that the Tango, the Rhythmus and the President (what a model name, eh?) are still very Höfnerish designs?
It can be because the makers had parts delivered from the same suppliers or even simpler that the smaller makers copied guitars from others
I think Your guitar could very well be an old neubauer inspired or copied from a popular good selling Framus model.
The small makers guitars probably sound better than the guitars from the bigger companies I think, simply because they are more "handmade"...
The catalogue is from 57 ? So the models in it are photographed earlier maybe as early as 1955. Up to then they were busy making their new factory . It seems to me that the models changed quite fast after 1957 catalogue models. Notice that there is not even one three dotted guitar on framus vintage afaik .
It seems to me that the models changed quite fast after 1957 catalogue models. Notice that there is not even one three dotted guitar on framus vintage afaik .
lacquercracks wrote:Snap wrote:How does it sounds, Cracks?
Ill tell You later. First impressions : medium loud, sweet and good tone at lower end but lacks power on treble strings from fret 5 and up. good - but not a topsounding guitar. has improved allready. will give full report later.
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