Serial number: 2595

'Staple' pickups
Factory-fitted Bigsby tremolo unit
Rosewood neck with decorative inlay
Cherry red finish
Medium action (string height). Fully adjustable using the trussrod and bridge saddles.

Very good overall and is easily playable. The electrics work and are all original. It looks like the first three frets have been re-fretted and are showing signs of wear. Neck is straight. Please look at the photos for the bits of wear and tear. There are a few small marks (scratches and small dings), but nothing major and purely cosmetic. No cracks or splits in the body apart from the crack around the jack-socket, which is not as bad as it first looks - the electrics are unaffected. The main visible wear is on the back of the body, (commonly known as buckle-rash) but again is purely cosmetic. One small screw from truss-rod cover missing.

It's fully working and ready to play. It may benefit from a bit of work doing to it (mainly just a quick clean), but don't forget this guitar is 45 years old!

Comes with a Stagg plush-lined hard case. This is not an original case, but is a 3/4 acoustic case. It fits the shape of the guitar but is too deep for the guitar body so has been padded to accomodate this. The case has a middle storage compartment for all your guitar bits and bobs. Minor surface wear to some edges of the case, but otherwise excellent. Comes with the keys too.

I'm also throwing in an adjustable ying/yang guitar strap and an old digital tuner (not sure if it works, but hey its free)!

Pics: http://s436.photobucket.com/albums/qq84/strawforest007/hofner/

Vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTOPTbz-H8c

£700 or near offer.

I'm looking to sell to within the UK, but if you're from elsewhere on this little planet and are prepared to pay for the shipping then let me know...
Hi, I'm highly interested in your guitar, nice vid n pics, would you accept £600+postage?
I'm based in Sheffield