Hohner Rockwood Guitars...

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Hohner Rockwoods were made at several different factories, and you can have half a dozen different guitars with "Rockwood" on the headstock and they will all be totally different.
They were mostly made in the Korean Samick factory and the Indonesian Cort factory, where today they make guitars such as Schecters, Washburns, and Peaveys.
My son has an LX90 and it has a solid alder body, but I have a "Rockwood Pro" which has a laminate body, and an LX100 which has a masonite body, the same as a Danelectro.
They are all different.
Once set up properly (not by a 14 year old kid...)...they can be good guitars.
I am quietly buying them up myself, when I see them, and stashing them away.
Dont be put off if you get a bad one. Set it up properly and you will have yourself a great axe for peanuts!
I have had LOTS of genuine Fenders over my 40 years of playing...and they really aren't THAT different.
Suspend your disbelief...and give one a go!.....................................................
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