Taking a lead from their '70s Violin Bass models, the Hofner HIBB Ignition Violin Bass lets you get your hands on one of the world's iconic guitars. In contrast to the HCT model, this version has a full hollow body, and of course comes with the famous Hofner control panel, wooden bridge and Hofner-style tailpiece. The Hofner Ignition Violin bass comes at the perfect price point for players requiring the classic Hofner sound on a budget. >More
The Hofner HCT5001 is the contemporary series version of the famous Beatle Bass by Hofner, upgraded from the Icon series. The CT Series is an almost exact copy in the true sense of the word, it's hard tell it apart, side by side, with the German made instrument. Features include a sustain block inside the body that makes for a modern deep resonating bass with superior sustain. Comes with the original Hofner (German made) 'Staple-Top' pickups, Zero Fret, Binding, Parchment tinted pickguard and control panel. >More
The Hofner Shorty bass offers full scale length combined with such small overall dimensions that it can be taken anywhere. The Shorty bass has a 30" scale. All Shorty basses include a gigbag. >More
Inspired by the original Hofner Verithin bass from the 1960s, the Hofner Contemporary version of the Verythin Bass offers you an arch top bass with vintage look and sound at an affordable price. >More
Based on the famous Hofner Verithin from the 1960s this new Hofner Verythin Special brings you the perfect blend of classic design elements, master craftsmanship and superior materials. We've added vintage shape 'Sickle' F-holes for extra style. >More
The Hofner Verythin Single Cutaway is a design based on the famous 1.25 inch body depth Hofner Verythin from 1960. Featuring vintage F-hole design and a Bigsby vibrato this semi acoustic guitar gives you classic Hofner style together with superb tones. >More
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