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One guitar was white and the other was painted black over the mahogany bodies.
Prince had changes made to his Hohner that included the installation of Kinman Broadcaster pickups, accomplished by changing the routing of the pickguard and bridge plate. It has a 24.75” scale with 22 frets and a 12” radius. The bridge pickup is an active humbucker and the neck has a single coil pickup. This includes a tune-o-matic style bridge and tailpiece and machine heads. The controls are simple; one volume, one tone and a 3-way pickup switch. The entire instrument, including the neck, is painted one colour.The colours changed and the binding on the rim disappeared.Hohner continues to offer a well-made version of this instrument, now known as the Prince guitar.Much like the Cloud guitars, the tech-made Symbol guitars underwent repainting. It is a very unique instrument with two distinct features.At times, the guitar were not only black and white, but also yellow, gold, orange and of course, purple. The obvious is the stabilizer bar that runs from the body to the headstock.This company produced some high quality reproduction guitars to by "badged" by other companies. During the 1960’s Hohner branched out into manufacturing the Pianet electric piano and the Clavinet, which was an electric version of the 17th century instrument called the clavichord, which simply described is a smaller version of a harpsichord.In the 1970’s, I was unaware they were manufacturing guitars.The luthier custom built the bridge and installed Schaller machine heads, with custom-made buttons. Prince had his guitar technician built two more of the Symbol instruments.The tech accomplished this by taking measurements of the original instrument and sending them to Schecter.Like the peach version, this also has black dot markers. This time the knobs were gold plated and the body’s profile was rounded. There is a White Cloud on exhibit at the Smithsonian. Prince named the four Cloud guitars, North, South, East, and West.Another black Cloud produced, that had an entirely black finish with “bat” fret markers. Schecter guitars offered copies of the Cloud guitars for sale on Prince’s website. Some of the Schecter guitars have bolt-on necks, and some have through-the-body necks. None of the Schecter instruments has the “Love” symbol.