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"Holman Woodell by Wurlitzer built in Kansas . 6.8 pounds . Pickups sound somewhere between a strat and a P-90 that don't want to overdrive . Body & neck Canadian maple . Chipping crazing finish is all part of owning a Holman and send backs for refinishing was a part of the failing of the company . Tuners are original Kluson Deluxe .Tone , volume work more like blenders and switch like a cap change for rock or jazz . Same company built Welson , Alray , La Baye , Kustom , 21st Century and Mistic . Smoothest tremolo I've ever used ."
Definitely not pretty. Pics can't tell me if it's hot or not because in this case, it would be all about whether it plays and sounds good. Ugly, Unappealing guitars of the past are now collectable so there's that for some. Not for me.