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Postby caveman82 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:16 pm

From another forum I read they Fender are pulling the plug on Hamer Guitars.

A real shame.

Details of the other forum came from here ... p?t=275179
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Re: Hamer Guitars

Postby 4TrackMadman » Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:51 am

USA made ones are (were) awesome guitars. Too bad most were out of my price range and couldn't afford them at the time. Sad to see them go, they were consistently good brand.
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Re: Hamer Guitars

Postby SecretSam » Wed Dec 12, 2012 8:06 am

Very bad news indeed.

The good news: the recession is now forecast to end around 2017.
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Re: Hamer Guitars

Postby Frisonic » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:51 pm

SecretSam wrote:Very bad news indeed.

The good news: the recession is now forecast to end around 2017.

That's just what they're admitting to for now. I once lusted after a Hammer electro mandolin guitar, although I never did manage to find the cash to actually buy it. What a joyous little bundle of wood, frets, tuners and electronics that was! It used regular guitar tuning so it wasn't actually a mandolin. Just sounded a bit like one. Imagine a 12 string that stated at the 12th fret... and it played beautifully.
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