Vintage guitars for sale: Hofner Verithin
The Verithin was Hofner's thinline semi-acoustic. Gibson started producing thinlines with its ES-335 in the late 1950s; soon to be followed by a number of Gibson (Es-330, ES-345, ES-355) and Epiphone (Casino, Sheraton) variants. These were massively popular in the mid 1960s, with every major guitar manufacturer producing a similar model. Fender produced the Coronado, Hagstrom the Viking, Guild the Starfire, and Hofner the Verithin. At a time when American guitars were very expensive in Europe, the German-built Verithin was very popular with the British beat groups of the mid-1960s.
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, 95128, USA
Höfner 4572 / V2 hollow-body electric guitar in excellent condition. This appears to be 100% all original and everything works flawlessly. The top has a beautiful wood grain and a stunning flame finish on the back. The 4572 II was first released in 1967 and this looks like a very early model based on our research. Made in Germany, the craftsmanship is top notch. All electronics work perfectly. The guitar has held up wonderfully for its age with very little issues to mention. The spruce top ... more