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Nuclear Wessel

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About Nuclear Wessel

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  • Birthday 11/07/1963

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  • guitars
    Hamers, Carvin, ESP, Fender, Robin, PRS, Gibson
  • amps
    Hafler Triple Giant, Marshall 20/20, Genz Benz Diablo 60, Mesa Boogie Formula, Yamaha DG-1000, Peavey 6505+, Peavey Penta, Fender Super Sonic, Jet City JC20H
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    Digitech Screamin Blues, Visual Sound Route 66, Mu Tron wah/volume, Way Huge

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  1. I don't think I'd heard there was a Monaco Elite out there in this finish. That's pretty cool. I have two pink Hamers. I certainly have no qualms about rocking with an orange one.
  2. For sale, my 1987 Steve Stevens II. I got this in 1998 from long time Hamer fan CHerman. I played it at a few gigs with a band I was in back then. That band broke up in 2001 and the guitar has been stashed safe in its case most of the time since then. These days the music I'm doing in my home studio is not looking back to the 80s but back to the 70s, so my Hamer Studios, Monacos and Mirages get chosen most often when I record parts. A few bumps, shown in the photos. None down to the wood. When I pulled it out of its case today and played a riff, it felt so good I didn't want to sell it.
  3. I am open to trades. I've got GAS for an EBMM Caprice bass, or an EBMM fretless bass. Let me know if you have one you're not bonding with.
  4. 1992 Robin Medley, with Seymour Duncan stack humbuckers, and a Blues Trembucker at the bridge. Kahler Floyd-style locking trem. Sperzel non-locking tuners. Ash body, maple neck with some figuring. Rosewood fretboard. With Robin case. All latches work. One chip through the finish on the edge near the pickup selector. One scratch near the output jack. A small ding on the top horn on the side of the guitar. A light impression on the top of the guitar near the trem, probably from a strap buckle hitting it when it got set down. A very small pin head size impression on the edge at the to
  5. Thanks. Fixed. These basses featured an ebony fretboard, and Hamer put maple inserts in to make the fret lines. A cool touch.
  6. 1991 Centaura, sunburst with maple fretboard. The neck is slim. Plays and sounds like a killer hard rock guitar. With Hamer case. Some dings. I've touched up the ones that went down to the wood. No belt buckle damage. Very little fret wear. None I can feel or see. Obviously the guitar was played. The pickups are the factory S Duncan JB humbucker and SSL-1 single coils. $600. US lower 48 only.
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