Not only is this a nice copy of a Hofner, but the ad makes me want to visit the shop where it's being sold.
You could go and play this guitar at their unplugged Fridays. They also have Art classes, Tattoo design classes, and you can learn to play chess
Perhaps the best part of this place is that it is the "Home of the not-so-famous $5-all-you-can-shove-into-a-bag"
I've never played a Hobner so I can't speak to it's sound or quality. The first guitar I ever played in my life was my Dad's Martin copy made by Marlin, another switch a letter to avoid a lawsuit brand. It was an utterly horrible guitar, yet still there is a place in my heart for these obvious knock offs.
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