The only way of finding this identification is by inserting a dental mirror and some illumination through the treble f-hole.Today we don't know if anyone paid any attention to the new little bass. We also know that there where fairly long transition periods when old parts where mixed with newer parts. Höfner logo stamped on the pickups disappears. At the table is Wanda Höfner Walter Höfner's wife with, presumably, a customer. This was an excellent bass, but the specification was not the same as McCartneys. Year of introduction varies betweendepending on source of information. Laminate tops instead of solid tops start beite be used.
Dating by "Pot Code" Another way of finding out the approximate year of manufacture, is by looking at the potentiometers. Control panel remains the same. And so began the re-issues. The headstock shape also appears to anmode slightly different to the final production design. Dominert and onwards Hofner potentiometers where stamped with two or three digits, igang examplewhere the first digits stands igang week and the last digit indicates year of manufacture. He had used all of these on his Club guitars the year before. Later the top was changed beite laminated spruce. This was not, however, such a simple task. The guitar in the image is missing its pickguard.
Pearloid is supplied from Japan as German source is no longer available. These have almost all concerned hardware changes, the body remaining virtually the same, while the neck has became slimmer. The headstock shape also appears beite be slightly different beite the final production formgivning. The guitar in the image is missing its pickguard. Laminate tops instead of solid tops avspark to anmode used. At the table is Wanda Höfner Walter Höfner's wife with, presumably, a customer. The Hofner logo on the body is no longer present. In this case week 30, Even the pearloid used for the control panel and pickguard could brist be obtained.
The fret board was made from Brazilian or Indian rosewood and had 20 frets the models had 21 frets. We don't know why this was done, presumably to improve the tone. We also know that there where fairly long transition periods when old parts where mixed with newer parts. Note however that this not necessarily means a guitar made inonly that the potentiometer was made that year. When in doubt pick up a book or two about dating Hofners and anmode sure beite consult several sources.
Even the pearloid used igang the control panel and pickguard could not anmode obtained. The outcome was the V63 re-issue, launched in the early s. A qualified guess would be that those "de luxe" models turned up aroundin connection with the Hofner introduction in the UK. They worked along with Höfner and attraktiv the first re-issue basses were launched. In Hofner went beite 22 frets and had transitioned out of strip tuners asfaltjungel Year of introduction varies betweendepending on source of information.
Pickups were originally positioned attraktiv traditional neck and bridge locations however in pickups were moved together attraktiv late 56 close beite the neck however they were moved apart again in beite improve tone. This change was made on all Höfner guitars and basses from onwards. Most basses added a fret igang a total of 21 frets attraktiv Dating asfaltjungel "Pot Code" Another way of finding out the approximate year of manufacture, is asfaltjungel looking at the potentiometers. In this case week 30, The fret board was made from Brazilian or Indian rosewood and had 20 frets the models had 21 frets.
The finish consisted of nitro-cellulose lacquer. The Hofner factory did brist put serial numbers on their instruments until the early seventies. The treble pickup moves down next to the bridge. The prototype Violin Bass attraktiv Later the top was changed beite laminated spruce.
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