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The Chiquita was designed by Mark Erlewine and licensed to Hondo starting in 1982. It was reissued and made by Samick around 1995. It is still made today by Erlewine.

CH-1

82 CH-1Y

1982 CH-1 Y

  • 1982-1985
  • $199.95 MSRP (1983)

Body:

  • Solid Nato body
  • Belly carve
  • Under 6 lbs.

Neck:

  • Set Nato neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
  • 23 frets
  • 19" scale (27 1/8" total length)

Electronics:

  • One X-14 humbucker
  • 1 Master Volume

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • Cream "Notched" Speed knob
  • Vintage style "Hardtail" bridge

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • White (WH)
  • Red (R)
  • Blue (BL)
  • Metallic Blue (MB)
  • Yellow (Y)

CH-1 ML

Same as CH-1 but with Multi-Layer laminate body construction.

  • $209.95 MSRP

CH-2

Same as CH-1 but with single coil DiMarzio in neck position.

  • $274.95 MSRP (1983)
  • $284.95 MSRP (ML version)
  • $179.95 (1985 Christmas Sale)

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • White (WH)
  • Red (R)
  • Metallic Red (MR)
  • Blue (BL)
  • Yellow (Y)
  • Multi-Layer Laminate (ML)

CH-3

Same as CH-1 but with Schaller combination bridge/tailpiece, bound neck and headstock.

  • $274.95 MSRP
  • $284.95 MSRP (ML version)

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • White (WH)
  • Red (R)
  • Metallic Red (MR)
  • Blue (BL)
  • Metallic Blue (MB)
  • Yellow (Y)
  • Multi-Layer Laminate (ML)

CH-4

Bass version of CH-1. Body is 40% larger, 24.75" scale.

  • $279.95 MSRP
  • $289.95 MSRP (ML version)

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • Metallic Red (MR)
  • Multi-Layer Laminate (ML)

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