my new used arrival.. very happy camper

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  1. neastguy

    neastguy Supporting Member

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    Hamer 93 special.... I waited quite a while to find one .. got it at a good price.. very minty and plays and sounds great... easy access to upper notes.. great fretwork and neck only played it for about 1/2 hour but now its got me gas'ing for another hamer.... oh my......:banana

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  2. Marshall Man

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    Very nice, good score!
     
  3. pennylink

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    Congratulations! And yes, Hamer guitars are addictive...
     
  4. The Peu

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    Beautiful.
    I love Hamers.

    Christian
     
  5. straightblues

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    Very nice. Hamers are addictive. If you like the feel, almost all of them feel the same. I love the feel of my Hamers. Check out the Hamer Fan Club if you haven't already. You will learn everything about Hamers over there.
     
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    N-I-Z-E, niiiiiiiiiiiiiiizzzzzzzzze!

    I've always loved that model Hamer....
     
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    That's a beautiful chunk of wood.
     
  8. neastguy

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    thanks.. everyone its tough being at work and not being able to play it.... band practice tonight though.. I'd like to adjust the action just a tad first and change the strings.. but screw it.... BTW.. its dam loud unplugged for a solidbody
     
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    I see.....more Hamers in your future.

    ;-)
     

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