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Jorge

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Jorge last won the day on October 14 2012

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About Jorge

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  • Birthday 12/03/1962

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    T-62, light and mint, among many other non-Hamer stuff.

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    Santiago, Chile.

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  1. No, I dislike gold anything too. That been said, I had one of those, with a similar weight, but nickel hardware. One of the saddest guitar losses of my life, were it not the case that I traded it for a drum set that allowed me to get into jazz, which was a major motivational buttkick forward in my life, at a very difficult time for me. Still, that guitar was simply heavenly.
  2. Would it be possible to know who that is? I've purchased quite a few guitars from him in the past. The thing is, had it been a 22-fret four-digit, the price would have been higher to compensate. This seller knows his stuff.
  3. It does! It finally got to me (South America, and all...). And the thing is unbelievable. Plays incredible, and it seems like nobody touched it since 1992 (the year I decided to get iinto guitar and out of drums, and also when I first learned about Hamer from a glowing review -of a different model though- on Guitar Player Magazine). My other T-62 (sunburst) is also a '92. The rest of the band loved it. As Gene correctly says: life IS good!
  4. Seller has pretty poor feedback record, does not respond to details inquiries, does not provide them in the description, and had the same guitar offered for different prices, under different seller names. No, thanks.
  5. I just bought one from your link, thanks
  6. They could. But with that same headstock, and their own amazing level of quality (certainly not Samick's), I would have bought tons of Hamers. Tons. Oh well.
  7. Maybe the seller's information about it weighing 10 lbs had something with it? I hope, for the buyer, the seller somehow screwed up on the weighing process.
  8. Those expensive guitars (I do love R9s) are more sensitive than cheaper ones to economic conditions. The US have been in a slowing growth (literally still growth, I have not said recession) for about a year now, and there are no signs of this stopping... for now. You can see offers of many, many earlier difficult to find guitars today, and sellers are motivated. I think this process has much further to go. It's getting more of a buyer´s market now.
  9. Interesting, thanks. I´ll see when it gets here. The other T-62 I have (also a '92) is a great "Strat", with plenty of low-mid growl, and similar to the many Daytonas I've had through the years (only one at the same time, though). I've had three Tom Anderson Classics as well, with pretty similar tone, and I believe body on those is very similar to T-62s in size. Cheers.
  10. Sorry, you are correct. If I kind moderator decided to move it, that´s alright. It's 14", same as the Daytona. Thinner neck on average, though... which I prefer.
  11. https://reverb.com/item/23177783-hamer-t-62-1992-white Expensive, yes 😗, but I have been looking for one of these in this color and in condition since.... forever! Less than 7 lbs, excellent frets... this makes it my first Hamer in more than ten years, and the second T-62 in my position. Life IS good!
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