Considering Kenny Hill Munich

Weaver
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Considering Kenny Hill Munich

Post by Weaver » Sat Jun 29, 2019 6:16 pm

I am considering purchasing a2004 Kenny Hill Munich. Cosmetically it is in very good shape. My other guitar is an older model Spanish made guitar, 660 string length, 53 at the nut. Obviously the Munich is a smaller guitar 640 string length, 51 at the nut. Any thoughts on the Munich?

richtm
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Re: Considering Kenny Hill Munich

Post by richtm » Fri Jul 05, 2019 1:41 pm

It's for sure a Hauser kind of style guitar. Did you play it? Did it suit you in terms of playibility and sound? Reasonable price?
go there:
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if you want even more info please search further in the Forum

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Weaver
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Re: Considering Kenny Hill Munich

Post by Weaver » Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:05 pm

Richtm
Thanks. I had read that thread. I was hoping to hear from anyone who has/had one. I will search further on the site. BTW - I have been playing it. The owner allowed me to keep it for a couple of weeks.

Gary up north
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Re: Considering Kenny Hill Munich

Post by Gary up north » Sat Jul 06, 2019 8:02 pm

I recently bought off one off e - b a y, a 2001 Munich 640. It had dried out and had some serious cracks, which I repaired. Now that it is finished I really like it. Mine was probably made in Paracho. Sweet with pretty good power. Strong bass and nice trebles. Very pretty wood grain top and back. Three thumbs up!!!

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