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While the Longhorn was inspired by the Danelectro Guitarlin, the body shape dates all the way back to the invention of the Lyre around 2500 B.C. By the mid-1800s, guitars with Lyre arms began to appear.[1]

Part of the Professional Series, the Longhorn was made in Japan by Matsumoku. Early models had the Hondo II Script logo and "Professional Series" on the truss rod cover. In the first few months of 1981, they began switching to the new Sunrise logo and a gold-plated truss rod cover. They were produced only from late 1980 through 1981, although they were sold until 1983.

HP-1081

  • 1980-1981
  • $469.95 MSRP

Body:

  • Solid Ash body

Neck:

  • Bolt-on 3-pc Maple neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
  • 31 frets
  • 25.25" scale

Electronics:

  • One DiMarzio K-10 humbucker
  • Coil tap mini-switch
  • Phase mini-switch
  • Battery-powered 3db boost switch
  • 1 Vol, 1 Tone

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • Brass nut
  • Schaller-style tuners
  • Headstock-matching truss rod cover
  • Gold speed knobs
  • Brass vintage-style bridge

Finishes:

  • Walnut
  • Metallic Bronze
  • Cream Sunburst

HP-1082

H-1084

H-1181

H1181

1981 H-1181

  • 1980-1981
  • $489.95 MSRP

Body:

  • Solid Ash body

Neck:

  • Bolt-on 3-pc Maple neck
  • Rosewood fretboard with dot inlays
  • 24 frets
  • 30" scale

Electronics:

  • One DiMarzio Model P bass pickup
  • Coil tap mini-switch
  • 1 Vol, 1 Tone

Hardware:

  • Chrome hardware
  • Brass nut
  • Headstock-matching truss rod cover
  • Gold speed knobs
  • Brass vintage-style bridge

Finishes:

  • Walnut
  • Metallic Bronze
  • Cream Sunburst

H-1182

H-1183

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