HAMER T 51 BUTTERSCOTCH BLONDE
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-03-17)
Price : US $641
American, hand made; Collected & gently played; A rare and cool find for Players or Collectors.
1994 HAMER T-51 ''Tele Style'' Electric Guitar In ’93, Hamer introduced a trio of guitars that were geared for the Modern Vintage market, the T-51, Daytona, and DuoTone. The T-51 was Hamer’s first venture into making a Telecaster. Except for the straight Hamer six-in-line headstock, this is a pretty close copy of the Fender original. The T-51 lasted only until the factory relocation in ’97. A fine instrument with total attention to the detail of tradition. The single-cutaway body is made from two piece of Southern ash, with a bolt-on hard rock maple neck. The 25 & 1/2'' scale fingerboard is maple with 22 frets and black dot inlays, of course. It does show some fret wear though could easily be dressed out.
Really not bad for its age. The Pickups are Duncan Broadcaster and ’54 single-coils. The '54 has a chrome-cover and is at the neck mounted on a black single-layer Tele-style pickguard. The Broadcaster pickup is the typical black open-coil unit slanted treble-side back, mounted in the slot on a Wilkinson HT-100 bridge assembly (with six adjustable lock-down saddles for improved stability). It sound is ''hot vintage''.
This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-03-17)
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