The Money Shot: 1961 Höfner Verithin
Although the vintage-guitar market appears to be flying at the moment, there are still great deals to be had. This 1961 Höfner Verithin is one such example – selling for £520 (plus fees) at the Gardiner Houlgate Guitar Auction in Corsham, Witshire in December 2018. In a modern context, these old Höfners can be a wild ride, but lower stage-volume levels these days can make hollowbodies with microphonic pickups easier to handle.
1961 Hofner Verithin
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Like the proverbial London buses, red machines have arrived in numbers in the west of England of late, including a 1964 model with a Bigsby and a ’64 Verithin bass going under the hammer on 13-14 March.
Listen to this guitar alongside an equally cool and bargainous 1960s Harmony H75 here:
Highlights of the March auction include bluesman Booker ‘Bukka’ White’s 1933 National Duolian resonator. Visit guitar-auctions.co.uk to find out more.
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