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Hohner Chorus Series Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Hohner Chorus Series Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar represents a real value in the guitar market today, combining quality components and prove...Read More
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The Hohner Chorus Series Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar represents a real value in the guitar market today, combining quality components and proven Hohner workmanship.
This guitar is crafted according to time-honored techniques with Khaya mahogany for the top, back, and sides. The all-mahogany body creates a warm, full tone with plenty of character while the dreadnought body size guarantees plenty of volume with strong bass. Die-cast tuning machines assure stable and accurate tuning.
This Hohner features the Fishman Ion+ Preamp with built-in electronic tuner making this guitar ready to hit the stage.
The Hohner Chorus Series was designed for the beginner and the ambitious hobbyist who needs a good sounding instrument that is built like a professional model, at a very affordable price.
Dreadnought size with Khaya mahogany woods and Fishman electronics.
- Body Type: Dreadnought
- Body Wood: Khaya Mahogany
- Top wood: Khaya Mahogany
- Scale Length: 25.5
- Neck Joint: Dovetail
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Neck Shape: Low Profile
- # frets: 20
- Nut Width: 1 3/4"
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Pickup: Fishman Ion+
- Tuners: Diecast
- Hardware color: Chrome
Make this value-packed Hohner yours. Order today.
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Comments about Hohner Chorus Series Mahogany Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I bought the 300HWC, and love it. I wanted a backup at small gigs just in case. MF rep says its exactly like it, well it's not. Using pegs to hold strings in the bridge as opposed to simple pass through bridge, is begging for lost pegs, tuning issues, and worn pegs from frequent string changes. Sending mine back. MF rep should have given better info before sale. Pegs = cheap and lazy design change
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