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  • Framus Hollywood

    anyone played one ?
    like the looks and they are light
    korean made

    Originally Posted by lefort_1
    What really alarms me is: my daughter is now older than the age I think I am.

    Wtb:
    Lovetone Big Cheese
    Lipo batteries for rc-car, preferably 2s

  • #2
    reminds me of another guitar

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    • #3
      Les bawl?
      Originally Posted by lefort_1
      What really alarms me is: my daughter is now older than the age I think I am.

      Wtb:
      Lovetone Big Cheese
      Lipo batteries for rc-car, preferably 2s

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      • #4
        I haven't played the reissues, they look nice
        I do have a 1962 Framus Hollywood, it's the real deal

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        • #5
          U always have the best stuff kris
          Originally Posted by lefort_1
          What really alarms me is: my daughter is now older than the age I think I am.

          Wtb:
          Lovetone Big Cheese
          Lipo batteries for rc-car, preferably 2s

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          • #6
            nah, I bet those reissues are better players, the vintage Hollywood has the typical Framus quirks, mine has 2 pickups (different ones as the reissues) and a weird tremolo system, 2 of those toggle switches (one to switch pick-ups, the other one to select 4 different tone modes), and one volume control. Also, mine has the DIN plug of course, the crappiest tuners ever and a wafer thin body and it's a double cut, it could use a neck reset, but I only got it last week and like to see how it goes first. It does sound fantastic, really loud, treblier than a strat and ballsier than an LP, quite happy with the sound.

            Here are some crappy pics of my Hollywood, it looks better in real life



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            • #7
              Looks like Framus based the Earl Slick signature on the Hollywood.

              "Me and a book is a party. Me and a book and a cup of coffee is an orgy."
              - Robert Fripp

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