#1
Got a Hondo II Strat copy from a friend. It seen better days but works and is only missing one string (getting that fixed soon)
I don't know much about them, did I find a gold mine or a lump of coal.
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#3
Not really, late 80s would be my best guess. I know my friend bought it in 97 at a pawn shop. No serial number to check it.


EDIT/ Called my friend he said he traced the number a while back and it was made in 93. In Korea
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Last edited by justin_webb94 at Jul 29, 2017,
#4
they made copy guitars in the 80's.  t thought they were pretty cool at the time.  it could be worth $200-$1000, depending on the condition and the buyer.  my opinion is that its worth cleaning up, but probably not sinking a lot of money into.  i wouldnt butcher it though, it had some significance during the 80's.
#6
Well I dont own a guitar Over $400 so it will fit in nicely. Lol

*Looks at Fender and Gibson posters*
One day.....lol
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#7
Hondo was sort of like the First Act of its day as far as my research can show. In other words lots of entry level knockoffs and some really high-end gems. It would depend on what specific model your guitar is which camp it falls into.