GEWICHT: 61 kg
Titten: 80 D Silikon
Ohne Kondom: +70€
Intime Dienste: Facesitting, Blow job car, Rollenspiel, GV, Fusserotik
This model had a body depth of quot mm which was a little thinner than the earlier Clubs. Very few are in existence and the controls and electrical circuitry seem to vary between examples. It was in the catalogue up to and a thinline version with similar features designated the was also produced over the same period.
Other distinctive features were the onepiece very slim and flat maple neck the slender elongated Fholes the large mother of pearl block fret markers set in the ebony fingerboard and the double fleurdelys headstock inlay. Titles published by Image and its Awesome imprint includenbspA very rare guitar that does seem to be an attempt at recreating the quotClubquot style of a small single cutaway semiacoustic. A more technically advanced AZ Midi Fusion was also offerednbsp which had Shadow MU pickups which could either be used conventionally or linked up to a Midi setup.
It was a twin cutaway semi with a deep body. It is rather a mystery model as there is virtually no marketing documentation for the. The Florentine cutaway which seems to have been popular with Hofner in the late s the gold plated hardware and the slender elongated Fholes help identify these models.
Its main claim to fame was the large rotary selector switch which allowed various combinations of single or twincoil tapings on the Schallermade pickups. A Gagliano version of the was produced which allowed importation into the US without contravening the Hofner tradename registered with US customs by the Wm. This is a very rare model indeed as only one or two were actually produced.
Both Fusion versions were discontinued around after only a handful perhaps less than ten had been made. The main differences between the UK distributed Committee and the EuropeanUS market are the Committee invariably had a birdseye maple back and sides the never had the large frondose headstock the inlays on the are the quotbellflowersquot for the headstock and bowtie on the fingerboard.