- Univox Hi-Flier
Infobox Guitar model|title=Univox Hi-Flier
Tune-o-maticstyle with Jaguar-style Tremolo (Phase 1-3); Stoptail (Phase 4)
P-90s (Phase 1-2) Two humbuckers (Phase 3-4)
colors=Orange sunburst, black, white, natural
UnivoxHi-Flier was a guitar manufactured by Univox and Unicordfrom 1968-1978. It had a very similar appearance to the MosriteVentures guitar, though was somewhat different (and much cheaper). It is the first guitar Univox manufactured and was produced as long as the company existed.
The Hi-Flier went through many changes, and is known as having four phases.
It was originally available in only orange sunburst and a very rare black which had a plastic logo. It came with a tortoise shell pickguard, two 3-way rocker switches, and
P-90-style single coilpickups.
A new design emerged, bearing a different logo, different pickup switch, pots, and a different colored pickguard. It now came in suburst, black, and white.
By 1976 the guitar now came with
humbuckers, as well as now coming in natural. It had slightly different pots. This is the most common type.
The Hi-Flier now featured a stoptail bridge.
Kurt Cobainof Nirvana
Lee Ranaldoof Sonic Youth
* [http://univox.org/guitars/hiflier.html Hi-Flier] (from [http://univox.org univox.org] website)
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