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    Differant straocaster ?????

    Made in japan thats all i know
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    Need a close up of that control panel.
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    Its a toggle for bypass one is for boost the other for distortion and trble boost,

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    In all seriousness, I think it's a cool idea. I was always fascinated by the Hofner 459VTZ with the built-in fuzz, and wished more manufacturers would put effects on-board.

    Datu Ramel's Hofner 459 VTZ Super
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    Quote Originally Posted by spellcaster View Post
    In all seriousness, I think it's a cool idea. I was always fascinated by the Hofner 459VTZ with the built-in fuzz, and wished more manufacturers would put effects on-board.
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    Yeah that's different. I prefer simple.
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    That reminds me of VOX's Cheetah and Ultrasonic with built in effects. I first saw them when I read about Pete Townshend years ago. The effects didn't prevent him from smashing it.



    The built in effects are rather interesting, consisting of an E-tuner (plays a quiet E note), treble/bass boost, distortion (mild overdrive to full blown 60s fuzz), repeater, and palm-operated wah wah pedal. They are powered by a 9V battery accessible through a circular cover under the pad at the rear of the body. An identical model with the exception of having no wah wah was also produced; the Vox Cheetah or V267
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    That's one I'd never heard of before. Kinda neat!
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    I'd like to play one really, but those guitars are very rare today. Saw one about a year ago on ebay. Expensive!


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