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SOLD FS: Hamer 1996 USA Cruise Bass, Green With Matching Headstock

Discussion in 'For Sale: Bass Guitars' started by Charles Andre, Sep 16, 2013.


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  1. Charles Andre

    Charles Andre

    Oct 13, 2003
    If you like the nineties Hamer Cruise then check this one. Matching green headstock makes this one a little scarce. I read the number made may be 10-15 or so. One scratch on back otherwise stock & no issues. Very clean example.

    Voted as one of the best Jazz basses made by Bass Player magazine back in the late 90's. Its a light one, ill get it weighed tomorrow. serious Jazz bass tone with a very fast smooth neck.

    $750 shipped conus with OHSC.

    More info:
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    •Three Piece 34" scale maple neck is 1.5" at nut

    •Low-mass truss rod accessed at headstock

    •Lobritrak nut prevents string hang-ups

    •Quarter sawn east indian rosewood fingerboard

    •22 nickel silver hand seated frets are .050" X .116"

    •Beautiful Hamer craftsmanship and finishing

    •Seymour Duncan vintage jazz set pickups

    •Simple, high quality volume/volume/tone controls

    •Precision-routed, resonant two-piece alder body

    •Innovative through-mounted 2 Tek Bridge
     
  2. Charles Andre

    Charles Andre

    Oct 13, 2003
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