Hofner / Verithin Bass / 1964 / Cherry / Bass
As demand from young Beat groups continued to grow in the UK,
Selmer made a few changes to their line of Hofner instruments in 1963.
The Verithin Bass was introduced as one of their top of the line basses,
just below the Committee Bass and it has proved to be one of the best designed basses of the 60s.
A great sounding and looking bass in perfect condition
complete with its rare original Selmer tweed case.
Cherry Red Finish
Nova Sonic Pick-Ups
Pot Codes - Summer 1964
Original Selmer Case
Condition - Excellent
Guncotton Guitars, UK
With over 20 years experience in playing, collecting and selling vintage guitars and basses, we are truly passionate about all types of musical instruments.
We understand what makes an instrument playable, collectable, desirable and, crucially, original.
We can offer advice from a player’s, a collector’s and an investor’s point of view.
Ultimately we believe that any instrument, regardless of its value or condition, should be played and we look forward to helping musicians young and old find the instrument that suits them.
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Guncotton is one of the old names for nitrocellulose,
the type of lacquer widely used by guitar makers during the golden age of production.
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