Reviews and Problems with Hohner HC06 Full Sized Classical Nylon String Guitar
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Vadiamond "Nancy B.", amazon.com
21 December 2011
Summary: The Hohner HC06 has a rich tone, holds pitch well, and is sturdy. As a preschool through high school music teacher, I used mine day in and day out for several years and, other than a few scratches, it held up perfectly, that is, until a student worked really hard to break off one of the tuners. So I set this guitar aside for about three years, and when I picked it up again the strings (the five still remaining) had stayed almost perfectly in tune.
Summary: I was looking for a guitar for my 7 year old son who's been wanting a guitar for over a year now. I spent countless hours searching for the perfect one. Knowing I was on a tight budget and couldn't afford to spend the $200+ that most "guitar people" recommend you spend on a good quality beginner's guitar, I wanted to make sure I was getting the best quality for the money I could afford to spend.
Summary: Box was a little banged up and maybe they should have placed in a larger box for protection. I was a little concerned that the item might me damaged, but it wasn't, so alls well. My guitar was brand new as advertised and absolutely beautiful!!!
Summary: I bought this 2weeks ago bcuz i wanted to try some nylon string guitar. When i first bought it since the price was quite cheap I didn't expect much. But Last week I went to Guitar Center with my frend and realized that my 80$$ Hohner Guitar sounds way way much better that the classical guitars they sell there. This Hohner guitar has a very warm and hollow sound but not that bright. However, Im sooooo in loved with this guitar. If you are looking for a decent guitar.
Summary: I think this item was on display as the neck showed dust between the strings and finish was marred a bit. The neck was also possibly very slightly bowed. But for the price I feel I got a decent beginning guitar for myself who does not intend to take playing the guitar too seriously. Nice sounding to me.
Summary: I've been an avid electric guitar player for the past 6 or 7 years. When I went to college it become a hassle to have to keep transporting my guitar, amp, and effects back and forth between home and school during breaks. I had always been throwing around the idea of buying a cheap acoustic guitar so I could keep my electric guitar (and all associated equipment) at home while I was at school, but never found something I was willing to buy.
Summary: This Hohner HC06 Classical Guitar is immaculate for a low cost nylon string guitar. It sounds great with good tone. It has a wide fret board that was perfect for my large hands. The fretboard looks like it is of synthetic material and plays well. The finish on the spruce top and wood body and neck was flawless. I am very glad I purchased this guitar and I enjoy playing it.
Summary: This guitar looks nice and sounds good too me. I'm a rookie guitarist, and "House of the Rising Sun" is about the only song I can play presently. I bought this guitar because I didn't want to pay a lot of money for something perhaps better, and subsequently lose interest in it. One reason I bought this classical guitar (as opposed to an acoustic guitar) is because the neck is slightly wider and the strings further apart than on an acoustic guitar.