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The H-1051 / H-1052 were Hondo's Fender Lead I & II copies, respectively. Part of the Professional Series, they were most likely made by Matsumoku.

H-1051

80 H1051

1980 H-1051 (Black)

  • 1980-1981

Body:

  • Contoured, solid Alder body
  • Contoured, solid Sen (Japanese Ash) body (Natural finish)
  • Front and rear Alder/Sen veneers
  • Rear belly carve

Neck:

  • Bolt-on Maple neck
  • Slim profile
  • Maple fretboard with dot inlays
  • Eagle Beak headstock
  • Silk-screened Script logo
  • Silk-screened Sunrise logo (later models)
  • Heel-adjusted truss rod
  • Gibson-style nut
  • 21 frets
  • 25 5/8" scale

Electronics:

  • One MMK 45 ceramic humbucker (11.8K)
  • 1 phase mini-switch
  • 1 coil tap mini-switch
  • 1 Vol, 1 Tone
81 H1051 VH

1981 H-1051 VH

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • 2-ply pickguard
  • Individually enclosed machine heads
  • Vintage-style hardtail bridge

Finishes:

  • Black
  • White
  • Walnut
  • Sunburst
  • Natural
  • Red
  • Screaming Yellow
  • Golden Sunburst
  • Screaming Yellow with Red tape, EVH-style
  • Black with Yellow tape, EVH-style
  • White with Red tape, EVH-style

H-1052

80 H1052

1980 H-1052 (White)

Same as H-1051 but with two single coil pickups, pickup selector switch and phase switch.
81 H1052

1981 H-1052 (Golden Sunburst)

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