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kizanski

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kizanski last won the day on October 23 2020

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About kizanski

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  • Birthday 06/16/1966

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  • guitars
    97 Standard, '03 SuperPro, 04 Monaco, 04 Korina Special
  • amps
    Tech-21 TM60
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    Killer Wail Wah, DejaVibe

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  1. Yes. Ironic, though, that it's called the "Marksman" considering how far off the mark it actually is.
  2. The value hit would be negligible as long as you save the originals. IMO, the best setup for that guitar is the Rio Grande GT/BBQ bucker combo. Mahoglorious.
  3. I think they're actual Fender bodies, as from what I've seen his entire inventory is Fender guitars and basses stripped and sold off as parts.
  4. Yes. There's a lot wrong with that ad. Making the back of the body the main photo, for instance. That said, the Impact is probably the only bass that I lust after. It is one of the truly original Hamer designs. It's still a mystery to me how the model did not become more popular and mainstream.
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