I had this same feeling until I got my Hamers. (Aritist, Studio and Newport). I have easily been able to live without the 4 knobs and I am a guy who changes knobs many times during each song.Originally posted by pcutt
but I really like the 4-knob approach. Are Hamer's available with the 4-knob design as a standard or would this be a custom order?
Played it for a couple of hours yesterday, and especially in the high registers, and that little lip wasn't an issue, never touched it even.Originally posted by kselbee
I've been eyeing some of the Monacos at Willcutts, but the little lip at the bottom of the neck in the upper registers looks uncomfortable. What's up with that?
At home it doesn't has excessive feedback, (less than my Newport) , I haven't tried it on high volume levels yet.Originally posted by frisco kid
Good possibility...however, it seems most P90 hollowbodies are with maple tops or maple laminates...I think the wiring played a big part of the tone issue...does yours feedback excessively?
I love my (slightly different) Monaco. Mine has a maple top, korina body and ebony board. Surprisingly, the tone is not overly bright