|Serial Number||N/A, built 1962|
|Pricing||$2199 CAD with case. SOLD|
|Neck||Bolt-on Maple necks with bound rosewood fingerboards, classic Hofner markers. Black peghead overlays with Hofner logo on lower neck.|
|Frets||Zero fret type necks, and the bass zero fret has been replaced. 22 frets on 6-string neck, 21 on the bass. Frets on the 6-string neck are fairly low and have been dressed, the bass neck frets are nearly full height.|
|Body||Hollow body with Maple top, back and sides.|
|Finish||Original nitrocellulose lacquer in a cherry sunburst.|
|Hardware/electronics||Two original pickups on the 6-string neck, one on the bass. 6-saddle adjustable bridge on the 6-string, original vibrato unit. Height-adjustable bridge on the bass side. Separate controls for each neck, with slider buttons and Hofner teacup knobs. Original open gears with pearloid buttons.|
|Playability/Action||This instrument was recently serviced, including a fret dress and setup. It plays well and is smaller and more maneuverable than many doublenecks!|
|Comments||Hofner made a lot of popular instruments in the late 50’s and early ’60’s. This is a rare example of their doubleneck 191 model. It’s recently been overhauled in our shop and looks great, plays well, and has that early ’60’s sound.|
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