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Hufschmid Guitars – H6 ‘Pure Rust’ Review

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Hufschmid Guitars – H6 ‘Pure Rust’ Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Gabriel

I bought this guitar third hand! While looking at Hufschmid guitars on Internet, I found someone selling it.

…If you have the money, you will make a lifetime investment…

Hufschmid Guitars - Blackdroid T6I guess this guitar is not for everyone. I’ll get into details later.

All I have to say is the same as every other owner. You CAN’T be disappointed.

These guitars are simple, effective and built by an outstanding luthier. Handcrafted which precise selection of woods, bridge, tuners…

Features:

  • Sipo mahogany neck and body
  • 27.5″ scale, 24 frets
  • 1 Volume 1 Tone
  • 2 Kent Armstrong Humbuckers
  • 3 Way Selector
  • Bloodwood Fingerboard

Ease of use:

This guitar is somewhere in the 27″ scale. So I guess it falls in the baritone range.

The neck is long and the frets are larger. This makes it an excellent electric guitar for someone looking to tune low or open.

I mostly play finger style so it makes it perfect for weird chords. That’s why I would say it’s not for everybody.

The extra space between the frets needs to be exploited and same for the low tuning otherwise you lose all the purpose of it.

Sound Quality:

It’s still an electric guitar. You can adjust the sound setting to any of your style.

The pickups are versatile. I prefer the clean tones and this guitar delivers. Warmth to sharp attack, harmonics. All you need to play jazz to heavy metal.

I’m not a gear addict but all I can say is that I can plug anywhere into a crappy amp and the sound will still be good!

You won’t have to buy 10K’s of equipment to have a good sound. Simple Twin Reverb will do it and you will have a pure rich sound directly from the guitar.

Reliability:

This guitar will stay in tune no matter what. I’m not even worried about the life of the instrument. I know I’ll play it again in 50 years…

Overall Rating:

We all know how a factory made instrument can be disappointing. These guitars are NOT overpriced.

If you have the money, you will make a lifetime investment.

I’ve been using it for one year and didn’t look back since. I don’t even look at other guitars.

I know I can’t have something better for my needs. However, it’s very important that you know the specs of the instrument because these are handmade. So if you buy used think about it.

Consider that Patrick will take the tracing of your hand and same with every other details of your order.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Gabriel

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