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The HEP was Hondo's first Fender Precision Bass copy, introduced around 1973. It was replaced by the HFP in 1976.

Made in Incheon, Korea by Samick.

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HEP-5002

HEP

Cobra HEP-5002 (ca. 1974)

  • $159 MSRP (ca. 1973)

Body:

  • Lightly contoured, laminate body
  • Maple veneer (Sunburst models only)
  • Light belly carve

Neck:

Electronics:

  • One split pickup w/ chrome cover
  • 1 Vol, 1 Tone

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • 3-ply pickguard
  • Fish shaped truss rod cover
  • Metal knobs
  • Adjustable bridge with removable chrome cover

Finishes:

  • Sunburst (S)

Also branded as:

HETB-5003

74 HETB

Cobra HETB-5003 (ca. 1974)

  • $155 MSRP (ca. 1973)

Body:

  • Laminate body construction
  • Lightly contoured
  • Light belly carve

Neck:

  • Bolt-on Nato neck
  • Maple fretboard with dot inlays
  • Telecaster-style headstock
  • 20 frets
  • 34" scale

Electronics:

  • One split pickup w/ chrome cover
  • 1 Vol, 1 Tone

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • 3-ply pickguard
  • Fish shaped truss rod cover
  • Metal knobs
  • Adjustable bridge with removable chrome cover

Finishes:

  • Blonde (B)

Also branded as:

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