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1958 Hofner President Acoustic Archtop
Jimmy Page, April 6, 1958, Mama Don't Want Me To Play Any Skiffle No More, All Your Own BBC Childrens Programme, London, England
General Specs
Body: Venetian single body cutaway, carved solid spruce body top, and flamed maple back and sides
Finish: Brownburst
Neck: 5-piece maple/ mahogany/ beech/ mahogany/ maple, single layer white binding
Fingerboard: Rosewood fingerboard with triple dot inlays
Frets: 20
Bridge: Black dyed maple; height adjustable; plastic insert; Compensator tailpiece
Headstock: Hofner logo, black background with bell flower and leaf, accentuated curved sides, splayed top corners, single layer white binding
Tuners: Individual open backed, white knobs
Hardware: nickel-plated
Pickguard: Tortoiseshell with gold pinstripe; beveled edge
Pickups: None
Controls: None
Years in use: 1958
Website: http://www.hofner.com/ 

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1958 Hofner President Acoustic Archtop
Jimmy Page, April 6, 1958, Mama Don't Want Me To Play Any Skiffle No More, All Your Own BBC Childrens Programme, London, England
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