by Dr. Christian Hoyer.
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by Steve Russell
Just about every Hofner model and model variant is illustrated in this gallery. It is therefore intended as a tool to help you identify your own Hofner.
RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE HOFNER GALLERY
1980s Hofner 187(ii)
"Shorty" Bass Guitar (22 Nov 2023)
|The Futurama Guitar Story||Ramsay McKinnon's Hofner Guitar Project|
|The Futurama Visitors' Gallery||The Hofner Workshop - Hagenau, Germany|
|Famous Hofner Users||Memories of an Old Hofner Player|
|Hofner Guitar Catalogue Covers - 1931 to 1971|
|Hofner Guitar Catalogue Covers - 1972 to 1990|
|Hofner Guitar Catalogue Covers - 1991 to 2012|
|Selmer Guitar Catalogue Covers|
|Beat Instrumental Magazine Adverts|
|Selmer & Hofner in Melody Maker|
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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.
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1960 Hofner Verithin & 2003 Hofner Verythin Classic.
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