Höfner Verythin CT Special Brunette



  • Ahornkorpus mit Fichten-Soundblock
  • Batwing (Fledermaus) Schalllöcher
  • Ahornhals
  • Jatobagriffbrett
  • Dot Griffbretteinlagen
  • Halsprofil: Slendaneck
  • Mensur: 643 mm (25,25")
  • Sattelbreite: 44 mm
  • 22 Bünde
  • Tonabnehmer 2 Vintage Voice Humbucker
  • 2 Volume- und 1 Tonregler
  • 3-Wege Schalter
  • Farbe: Brunette Sunburst
Erhältlich seit März 2020
Artikelnummer 488852
Verkaufseinheit 1 Stück
Farbe Sunburst
Korpus Ahorn
Decke Ahorn
Hals Ahorn
Griffbrett Jatoba
Bünde 22
Mensur 628 mm
Tonabnehmerbestückung HH
Tremolo Nein
Inkl. Koffer Nein
Inkl. Gigbag Nein
599 €
720 €
Versandkostenfrei und inkl. MwSt.
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Überraschung aus Deutschland
Matse67 09.06.2020
Sehr schöne Gitarre zum fairen Kurs von deutscher Marke. Höfners Kompetenz im Akustik-Bereich ist spürbar. Soundstärken Blues, Jazz, Funk und vielleicht sogar Country. Rock und Metal weniger brillant und dennoch gut genug. Spielbarkeit ohne Modifikation gleich gut. Oktavreinheit 5/6 einwandfrei. G-Saite werde ich beim ersten Saitenwechsel minimal nachjustieren. Halsform für mich angenehm (kleine Hände). Kaufempfehlung für erweiterte Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene. Thomann: Alles gut gelaufen. Gute Beratung von Benjamin. Danke.
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pleasant surprise from Germany
Just anothe amateur from Belgium 16.09.2020
Well, I received it only yesterday and I had only 2 days to test it, so consider this as a sort of preliminary review 😊
First impressions: wow, this thing is beautiful ! Fits perfectly in my hands. Plugged in, the sound was immediately OK (after tuning of course😊). Action is OK, intonation also OK (though I will make some minor adjustments the first time I change strings). Re: strings: from the factory it came fitted with 0.10 strings, finally a manufacturer (vendor?) who doesn’t skip on playability and doesn’t ship it wit the cheapo 0.9 set). Designed in Germany, proudly made in China, the label says but maybe the finished product passed a final check-up in Germany?
In short:
What I like (so far):
Looks. This is definitely not another plain ES-335-clone, the Germans are known to be stubborn and they made their own interpretation of it. I particularly like the array of the 3 tone and volume knobs (perhaps a Rickenbacker inspiration?). It makes the thing look distinctive and (for me) easier to play.
Sound. Bought it as a compliment to my old Fender Statocaster and it surely doesn’t disappoint. Totally different guitar of course, but that was exactly what I was after.
What I like a bit less (so far):
Finishing. As other reviewers of the CT series already stated, this leaves a bit to be desired. Painting and finishing of mine are fine, but the F-holes could use some grinding. Not that I care too much, no big deal for me, but it shouldn’t be for a reputated German brand.
The placement of the element switch. I know that it is classic vintage Gibson, but I‘d rather have it near the volume and tone controls. I’ll get used to it, so again no big deal.
Conclusion: definitely a keeper, a perfect companion for my Strat. I bought an ES-335 years ago, didn’t like at all and so sold it. But this one will stay. And oh yes, did I mention the looks and the sound?
Greetings from Belgium!

Edit: corrected some spelling errors (English is not my native language :) and a minor inconsistancy: there are 3 knobs, not 2, but you certainly notced that already:)

Overall I stand by my opinion. Great guitar.
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