Autore: Roger Newall·numero di pagine: 1
The more conventional look of the Club Bass with its single cutaway may be less dramatic than the Violin, but it still holds tremendous appeal. And if you love the sound of the Violin Bass but are anxious not to be considered a McCartney copycat, then the Club would be an excellent alternative. It supports all the typical Hofner features: hollow archtop body with twin pickups, floating scratchplate and separate plastic control plate, while the single cutaway design has more in common with a Les Paul than any other Hofner bass. But while Gibsons own Les Paul bass looks a little disproportionate in terms of the size of its neck in relation to its body mass, the Club somehow manages to avoid this completely and really is an elegantlooking instrument.