04. Venda de guitarras antigas

    Guitarras Antigas "Vintage" e de Colecção
     
    HONDO Les Paul dos anos 70
     
    Guitarra "Law-Suit" fabricada no Japão.
     
    Guitarra em excelente estado, quase sem marcas, toda a funçionar com som brutal. É uma guitarra raríssima. Não é a Hondo II Les Paul, fabricada pela Samic. É uma das primeiras fabricadas no Japão com excelentes madeiras, acabamentos e pickups e é uma "Law-suit".
     
    Ver história da Hondo nesta página.
     
    Preço Fixo: 420,00 Euros
     
     
      
     
      
     
      
     
      
     

    Uma improvisacao com esta Hondo.

     
     
     
      
     
    Um Pouco da História sobre a marca HONDO
     
    The Hondo guitar company was originally formed in 1969 when Jerry Freed and Tommy Moore of the International Music Corporation (IMC) of Fort Worth, Texas, combined with the recently formed Samick Company. IMC's intent was to introduce modern manufacturing techniques and American quality standards to the Korean guitar manufacturing industry. The Hondo concept was to offer an organized product line and solid entry-level market instruments at a fair market price. The original Korean products were classical and steel-string acoustic guitars. In 1972, the first crudely built Hondo electrics were built. However, two years later the product line took a big leap forward in quality under the new Hondo II logo.
     
    Hondo also began limited production of guitars in Japan in 1974. By 1975, Hondo had distributors in 70 countries worldwide, and had expanded to producing stringed instruments at the time. In 1976, over 22,000 of the Bi-Centennial banjos were sold. The company also made improvements to the finish quality on their products, introduced scalloped bracing on acoustics, and began using a higher quality brand of tuning machines. Hondo was one of the first overseas guitar builders to feature American-built DiMarzio pickups on the import instruments beginning in 1978. By this year, a number of Hondo II models featured designs based on classic American favorites; these copies were very good instruments and have become highly collectible. The Gibson L5 copy, nicknamed FatBoy, was the top of the line, a superb instrument with very good woods and excellent sound. In 1979, over 790,000 Hondo instruments were sold worldwide. All guitar production returned to Korea in 1983. At that point, the product line consisted of 485 different models! In 1985, IMC acquired major interest in the Charvel/Jackson Company, and began dedicating more time and interest in the higher end guitar market.
     
    The Hondo trademark went into mothballs around 1987. However, Jerry Freed started the Jerry Freed International Company in 1989, and acquired the rights to the Hondo trademark in 1991 (the "Est. 1969" tagline was added to the Hondo logo at this time). Freed began distribution of a new line of Hondo guitars. In 1993, the revamped company was relocated to Stuart, Florida; additional models added to the line were produced in China and Taiwan. The Hondo Guitar Company was purchased by the MBT International in 1995. MBT also owns and distributes J.B. Player instruments which since 2005 have replaced Hondo. The Hondo product line was revamped for improved quality while maintaining student-friendly prices. Hondo celebrated their 25th year of manufacturing electric guitars in 1997...
     
     
     
     
     
    Aos Interessados
      
     
    Caso pretenda adquirir uma Guitarra de determinado modelo específico
    ou ano, por favor contacte-me que eu farei tudo ao meu alcance para a
    conseguir. 
     
     
      
     
    A Qualidade
     
     
    Todas as Guitarras, caso sejam usadas, são objecto de limpeza, de setup e vista por Luthier caso seja necessário. Nenhuma é vendida que não se encontre em excelente estado.
     
      
     
    Ibanez e os Modelos ST

    Studio (Ibanez Studio series) is a discontinued series of musical instruments that were made by the Japanese mark Ibanez during period 1978-1982 in the Fuji-Gene plant (Matsumoto, Japan).
     
    The series is made up of electrical low guitars and, and the different models can be different because all begin with the acronym “ST”, followed by the own number of the model (ex: ST55).
     

    Ibanez Historical review
     
    Until 1970 Ibanez she was a manufacturer of instruments relatively not known in the world of music.
    In that year the company began to very make and to sell copies of high quality of well-known American guitars, like Gibson, Fender and Rickenbacker.
     
    This decision on the part of took to the company to increase it to its popularity and customer, since the instruments were cheaper than the original ones but they had a sound and professional appearance. In June of 1977, Norlin Corporation (company become related with Gibson)
    decided to bring a suit to him to Ibanez.
     
    Finally both manufacturers reached an agreement outside cuts.
    The instruments made by Ibanez between 1970 and 1977, are denomidados instruments lawsuit (of the English, demand) and have an high quality from the point of view of the collectable thing. In 1978, immediately after the demand, Ibanez it gave a step forward in the world of the manufacture of
    instruments and began to make and to sell instruments of own design. The Studio series belongs to one of the first own designs of the company, and due to the temporary location, post-lawsuit can be considered like a series (post-demand). Other series of that one time were: Musician, Iceman, etc.
     
    Description of the guitars“Simplicity” “of design and quality of” operation That is the new series Studio de Ibanez.

    The Studio is clean functional. From burning output of the V-2 microphones to the smooth ejecutabilidad of the mast of 24 frets and
    25 scale ½ the Studio is everything a business. The simple and classic body plus the durability of Ibanez assures an instrument to you that
    will be a benefit of years.
     
     
     
    Ibanez Stratocaster 1997 Stagestar
     
    Referencia Oficial: Ibanez SS 140 RD
     
    Preço Fixo: 
    200,00 Euros
     
    Ibanez Stratocaster modelo Stagestar de 1997 com aspecto "roadworn" verdadeiro não simulado, com excelente som ( 1x Jumbucker + 2x Singlecoil ), Selector de 5 Posições, Volume e Tone.
     
    Esta guitarra tem um braço rápido, tem um som simplesmente potente e inesperado. Vale a pena tocar e ouvir.
     
    Foi feito um "setup" à maneira. Foi ponderada a possibilidade de pintá-la de novo, mas preferi deixá-la como está, porque não tem marcas, apenas a tinta descascou o que na minha óptica até fica bem.
     
     
     
     
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    HONDO II Iceman de 1978/79
     
     
     
     
    A versão "Iceman" da Hondo II. A Ibanez foi em si, também uma marca que inicialmente fazia cópias, tendo ganho um elevado estatuto devido à qualidade das suas guitarras fabricadas no Japão. Esta Hondo também foi fabricada no Japão, e o seu desenho não é igual à Iceman da Ibanez tornada mundialmente conhecida pelo elemento Paul Stanley da banda "KISS", mas muito idêntico. Tem pickups dimarzio. Está toda funçional. É uma guitarra de colecção e muito rara.
     
    Esta guitarra foi toda revista pelo luthier Celso do Porto, do "afinasounaoafinas", Rua do Breuner nº 85, por forma a ficar pronta a dar tudo o que um guitarrista espera de uma boa guitarra. Levou pente, tailpiece, revisão de trastes, setup, etc. Nenhuma guitarra sai daqui que não esteja a 100% garantidamente.
     
    Ver história da Hondo nesta página.
     
    Preço Fixo: 565,00 Euros
     
     
      
    Specs
     
     - 22 trastes 
     - Pescoço Bolt on 
     - Serial Number: HD940BS (construído no Japão entre 1978 e 1979, 
       provavelmente por Matsumoku não só para Hondo, mas outras marcas
       como Odesa nesse período) 
     - Dois Pickups Humbucker DiMarzio 
     - Corpo em Plywood (mogno e camadas de bordo) 
     - Pescoço Mahogany ( Rectangulas Nacar Inlays) 
     - Vinculação ao redor do corpo e pescoço 
     - Dois Tons, dois volumes, 3 Selectores 
     - Ponte "Tone-o-matic", estilo Gibson Les paul 
     
     
     
     

    Hondo II Iceman

     
     
     
     
     
     
    Ibanez ST55 de 1979
     
    Guitarra proveniente do Reino Unido, com uso, mas 100% operacional com "Setup" feito. Fabricada no Japão, em Junho de 1979 no período "post-lawsuit".
     
    Uma excelente guitarra, usei uma nas 2 bandas em que toquei entre 1979-1983. Uma guitarra com valor em ascenção e muito rara de encontrar.
     
    Ver informações detalhadas da Ibanez e este modelo nesta página.
     
     
    Preço Fixo: Só pessoalmente e se me interessar.
     
    Nº de Série: F794779
     Fabricada no Japão na fábrica Fuji-Gene em Matsumoto, Japão.
     Guitarra 4779 de Junho de 1979
     
      
    Modelo : Ibanez ST55 Studio
    Fabrico : 1979 Japão
    Trastes : 24 com 25,5"
    Corpo : Mogno Sunburst Double Cutaway
    Braço : Rosewood com inlays acrílico
    Pickups : 2 Ibanez V2 Humbucking
    Botões : 2 Volume + 2 Tone
    Ponte : Ibanez Gibraltar
    Acabamentos : Cromado
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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