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HÖFNERS OLD & NEW

THE SECTION OF THE VINTAGE HOFNER WEBSITE WHICH DEALS WITH THE MANY GUITAR AND BASS GUITAR MODELS PRODUCED BY HOFNER FROM THE EARLY 1950'S TO THE PRESENT DAY.

 

Josef & Walter Hӧfner in the Bubenreuth Workshops; c1952.
Christian Hoyer's History of the Hӧfner Company is now on this Website.

 


            

The Complete Höfner Violin Bass Story, produced by Steve Russell & Nick Wass, is published by Centerstream Publications. It is available from several outlets worldwide, including Amazon.

Photo courtesy of Eduardo Capdeville, Mexico.

 


MAIN WEBSITE INDEX

 

 


1962 Hofner 4572 Thinline Archtop (24 Nov 2016)
Restoration of a 1962-63 Hofner Colorama I Solid Guitar (23 Nov 2016)
1958 Hofner Committee Deluxe (16 Nov. 2016)
Mid/Late 1970's Hofner 164 Solid Guitar (10 Nov 2016)
1988-90 Hofner 500/1 Standard Bass Guitar (6 Nov 2016)
1955-57 Hofner 465/S Archtop Guitar (6 Oct 2016)
1960 Hofner Committee Electric (4 Oct 2016)
1964 Hofner Verithin Bass (3 Oct 2016)
1971/72 Hofner 4578V Thinline Archtop (25 Sept 2016)
1969/70 Hofner 4572(ii) Thinline Archtop (22 Sept 2016)
Registration now available for Colorama and 160/161/162/163/164 Solids (30 May 2016)




      The easy way of finding what has arrived onto the website in the past few months:

Recent Additions to this Website



"120 Years Service to Music"
The History of the Karl Hӧfner Company (1887-2007)

by Dr. Christian Hoyer.

 




If you own a Hofner Committee, Golden, Deluxe, President, Verithin, Senator, Club, Congress, or 500/1 Violin Bass,  you can register it on this website. The details that you supply about your guitar will also be made available on the website to help us all understand further the development of that model. Other Hofner model registrations will be set up in the future.

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