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The H-7600 was introduced in 1984 as Hondo's entry level Strat copy, slotting below the H-760. It's most easily visually differentiated from an H-760 by it's lack of a model number on the headstock. In 1987, the H-75/76/77 joined the lineup, slotting below the H-7600.

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H-7600

H7600

1986 H-7600 B

Also branded as Fame Series.
  • 1984-1988
  • $209.95 MSRP (1984)
  • $224.95 MSRP (1984, MR & VHT finishes)
  • $169.95 Retail (1985, Christmas Sale)
  • $159.95 Retail (1986, Musician's Buying Service advert)
  • $299.95 MSRP (1987)

Body:

  • Contoured laminate body
  • Maple veneer (Sunburst models only)
  • Belly carve
  • Polyurethane finish

Neck:

Electronics:

  • 3 high-output ceramic single coil pickups
  • 5-way switch
  • 1 Vol, 2 Tone

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • Three-ply, 8-screw, or two-ply, 11-screw pickguard
  • 6-point, 5-spring vintage-style tremolo

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • Cream (CR)
  • Metallic White (MWH)
  • Metallic Red (MR)
  • Orange (OR)
  • Gold Sunburst (GS)
  • Black with White EVH-style tape (VHT/B)
  • Metallic Red with White EVH-style tape (VHT/MR)

Also branded as:

  • Antoria EG-5000 (Starmaker)
  • Lazer Z-7600
  • Lotus L-680
  • Mako LS-3
  • Mako TS-3
  • Sebring SB-100
  • State of the Art KE-32T
  • Torch
  • TSX-2000

 H-7601

88 hk7601

1988 Fame HK-7601 R/BR

Also branded as:
  • DX-1
  • ZX-1
  • DX-100
  • ZX-100
  • DX-300

Body:

  • Contoured laminate body
  • Belly carve
  • Polyurethane finish

Neck:

  • Maple bolt-on neck
  • Rosewood "skunk stripe"
  • Maple fretboard with dot inlays
  • Optional Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
  • Color-matched headstock
  • 21 frets
  • 25.5" scale

Electronics:

  • One X-14 humbucker
  • Master Volume

Hardware:

  • Chrome or black hardware
  • Metal knob

Finishes:

  • Black (B)
  • White (WH)
  • Metallic White (MWH)
  • Red with Black hardware, Rosewood fretboard (R/BR)
  • Metallic White (with graphic design), Black hardware (MWH/B)
  • Metallic White (with graphic design), Chrome hardware (MWH/C)

HK-7602

The HK-7602 differs from the H-7600 in that it features a "KKT" Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo (with locking nut) and one humbucker/two single coil pickups.

Finishes:

  • Red (R)
  • Metallic White (MWH)
  • Red and Black Crackle (RBK)

H-7603

The H-7602 differs from the H-7600 in that it features a single-ply pickguard, one humbucker/two single coil pickups and four mini-switches (three on/off and one coil tap).

Finishes:

  • Black (BK)
  • Red (R)

H-7608

7/8 size body

Also branded as:

  • Grand Prix H-7608

H-7621

88 HK7621

1988 Fame HK-7621 MWH/C

  • 1988
  • $419.95 MSRP

Body:

  • Contoured laminate body
  • Belly carve
  • Polyurethane finish

Neck:

  • Maple bolt-on neck
  • Maple fretboard with dot inlays
  • Color-matched Eagle Beak headstock
  • 21 frets
  • 25.5" scale

Electronics:

  • One X-14 humbucker, two X-13 single coil pickups
  • 1 Vol, 2 Tone
  • Three mini-switches

Hardware:

  • Chrome or black hardware
  • Single-ply black pickguard
  • Vintage-style 6-point tremolo standard
  • Optional 2-point Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo (KKT)
  • Locking nut (KKT)

Finishes:

  • Metallic White with Chrome hardware (MWH/C or MWH)
  • Metallic White with Back hardware (MWH/B)
  • Red with Black hardware and Rosewood fretboard (R/BR)

Also branded as:

H-7634

Same as H-7600 but 3/4 size.

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