Check this new HAMER out!

Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by joek86, Jan 14, 2006.

  1. joek86

    joek86 Supporting Member

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    Limited models at Willcutt's
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  2. gururyan

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    Is this what you are talking about...
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  3. VegasGreg

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    Those are really cool. I listened to lots of folks say they would never sell. I think 4 of them sold already, and I'm not sure they've all even arrived yet.

    Those are winners, IMO.
     
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    Except for those occasional freaks like me who play his neck pickup as much or more than the bridge.

    It is a real looker for sure and with Hamer on the headstock, one of the best guitar values in the world.

    I still need at least two pickups in my guitars though.
     
  5. Legend

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    Um, they make a 2 pickup model special edition as well. http://www.willcuttguitars.com/details.asp?stock_id=4243
     
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    Holy CRAP!! I want one!!! 2 P90's please....TO GO!!!
     
  7. Crazy Carl

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    Here's the one I'm lusting after-
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    Has anybody querried Willcutts on the price of these Hamers?
     
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    ..any pricing info on the 2 pickup model?
     
  10. wodka

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    They are very expensive. I was stunned. Contact Willcutt's to find out.
     
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    Got a quote on the 2-pickup version today.

    Put it this way... this ain't your mama's guitar ($$$$$) It's price at Willcutt was slightly higher than MSRP for a USA Standard Custom.
     
  12. Karmateria

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    I saw these when they first hit Willcutt, and watching as they got sold...
    Unfortunately I recently made a large ticket purchase, and am hoping that I recover before they are all gone.

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    Karma
     
  13. wodka

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    As cool as that is, I prefer this:

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    But it is just as expensive. But I can dream.
     
  14. Karmateria

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    Is that a Newport? It looks larger, like a 335 to me.

    Karma
     
  15. Phil M

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    I love that two-pickup version and I've never even played it.
     
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    Nope - that's a standard-sized (well, a REGULAR-sized!) Newport. The smaller TV Trons and lack of mounting rings make it look like more real estate on the top.

    Smokin' guitar right there!!
     

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