I was in my local guitar store when I saw a Black Les Paul hanging on the rack. I took it out and Played it and it played alot better then the Gibson Les Paul Studio I just put down. I looked at the headstock and it said Hohner, and I was surprised. It had cream binding on the body, neck and headstock and had a Seymour Duncan in the Bridge and a Duncan Desgined in the Neck, I looked at the price tag and it said $300. Is this too good to be true? I has love marks here and there and belt rash on the back but it was fine besides that. Is there anything wrong with Hohner guitars?
I havent herd much bad stuff about them, only a few good things, but if it played better then the studio and has a JB get it
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