The H-1060 was Hondo's top-of-the-line, Japanese-made ES-335 copy. Part of the Professional Series, they were either made by Tokai, based on their ES-100 model, or by Matsumoku, based on their Aria Pro II ES models.

Note: Owners of this model, please contact me with any information you can provide; a picture of the neck joint would be greatly helpful.

The Korean-made version (H-935) would go on to be one of Hondo's most popular models.


80 H1060

1980 H-1060 (Wine)

  • 1980


  • Laminated Maple arched top, back & sides
  • Solid center block


  • Set-in Mahogany neck
  • Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
  • Deluxe headstock w/ volute
  • Silk-screened Script logo
  • 22 frets
  • 24 5/8" scale


  • Single-ply body (front and back)


  • Two (Gotoh, MMK?) humbucker pickups
  • 3-way selector switch
  • 2 Vol, 2 Tone


  • Gold hardware
  • Brass nut
  • Headstock-matching truss rod cover w/ "Professional" silkscreen
  • Black Witch Hat knobs
  • Tune-O-Matic bridge w/ stopbar tailpiece


  • Wine
  • Walnut
  • Dark Brown Sunburst
  • Translucent Black

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