The H-75 was Hondo's budget Strat copy. They were not made by Samick. They can be found with a Baseball inspection sticker, but it's not the same as Samick's. They are surprisingly often claimed to be Japanese but this is practically impossible, since they were a budget model which sold for as little as $149 in a time when even low-end Japanese products were far more expensive than that. They are most likely Indian or Indonesian. The electronics appear to be the same as Korean Hondos.


  • ~1986-1988
  • $239.95 MSRP (1988)
  • $149.95 Est. Street Price


  • Contoured solid wood body
  • Belly carve


  • Bolt-on Maple neck
  • With or without Rosewood skunk stripe
  • Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
  • Color-matched Eagle Beak headstock
  • 21 frets
  • 25.5" scale


  • One ceramic humbucker
  • 5-way switch
  • 1 Vol, 2 Tone


  • Chrome hardware
  • Three-ply, 8-screw pickguard
  • 6-point, 5-spring vintage-style tremolo


  • Black (B)
  • Pearl White (PW)
  • Red (R)


Same as H-75 but with three single coil pickups.

  • $239.95 MSRP (1988)


Same as H-76 but with humbucker in bridge position.

  • $249.95 MSRP (1988)

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