The guitar pictured is the actual guitar you will receive!
At The Farm, we take actual pictures of each instrument and make sure they are fully set-up and ready to play before we ship them. Each instrument goes through a multi-point inspection, followed by a set-up process by our in-house tech staff. We then photograph each instrument with high-quality equipment in our on-site photography studio. We know that details like wood grain and color finishes can vary, so we want you to be able to see, to the best of our ability, exactly what you will be receiving.
This process takes over an hour for each instrument - from inspection to pictures. We care about the instrument we put into your hands! Rest assured your guitar was not just plucked off of a shelf and drop-shipped to you from a warehouse without the care that it, and you, deserve.
The H-II was introduced in 1965 as a European alternative to the then-ubiquitous US and UK-made guitars. They were known for their quirky switches and easy playability, and quickly achieved wide popularity.
A comfortably profiled Canadian Maple neck is bolted to a hand-selected American Alder body insuring that the original attack and “bite” of the H-II is maintained. A 22 fret Resinator fretboard tops the neck and features medium jumbo frets, dot inlays and 43mm TUSQ nut. The classic 6-in-line Hagstrom headstock design, used for the first production of H-II's has been slightly updated, and the “Vintage Tremar” has been re-engineered for functional improvements without sacrificing its original appearance.
Hagstrom has taken great care in recreating the original pickups, and the new ceramic C-Spin pickups do an excellent job of matching the originals’ sonic glory. Tone-shaping functionality is enhanced by incorporating Hagstrom’s new R/C Circuit into the volume control, which allows for volume reduction without the loss of that high frequency “shimmer”. Tune-o-Matic roller bridge and Hagstrom tuners complete the specs list.
This guitar is a demo model and comes with the gig bag pictured. We have taken detailed photos, please look through them before purchasing.
You are buying a quality instrument made of wood. Each instrument goes thorough a pre-shipment inspection to ensure you are getting a great quality instrument. However, please keep in mind when instruments are shipped they can endure temperature changes as well as doing the "shipper shuffle" and therefore minor adjustments may be needed to set up the instrument to your personal preferences after receiving it.
Included in your shipment will be instructions on care and maintenance.
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