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  1. Sharp looking and beautifully resonant. Minor marks in the top and one ding in the back of the neck (see photo). In original case. Will throw in a set of SD JB/59s from another mid-90s Hamer if humbuckers are preferred. $1600 AUD. This is my ad on Gumtrree, which is like Craigslist in Australia. https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/darlinghurst/guitars-amps/hamer-artist-natural-usa-1996-with-lollar-p90s-or-hbs-/1200882970
  2. In Depew NY. "LOCAL Pickup", the seller writes. https://buffalo.craigslist.org/msg/d/hamer-artist-korina-guitar/6642055726.html Cleanliness of the OHSC and the guitar suggests this might be a nice case queen. NtS,DKtS (Not the Seller, Don't Know the Seller)
  3. SOLD All Korina construction, ebony board with iconic boomerang inlays. White almost pearlescent finish - it's a stunning guitar in person. COA OHSC. Aftermarket Harmonic Design P90s. Virtually unplayed in all the years I owned this one. US only. sca 964 at yahoo d o t com
  4. Menehune

    Korina Artist?

    Ever since seeing a korina Artist, I've been jonesing for one. What do they sound like acoustically compared to an ES-335? How does the korina Artist differ soundwise and weightwise from the mahogany version? And lastly, what's a fair price for a mint or excellent korina Artist now? Thanks for any playing impressions and other edumaction you can impart, folks.
  5. NGD was actually the day before Thanksgiving, but I just got around to being able to take some decent pics. 96 Artist wraptail. Great condition for a 20+ year old guitar. A couple small dents and some fret wear. Came with a TonePros intonatable wraptail installed plus the stock bridge. I swapped that out for a TonePros plain wraptail. Cleaner look and a smoother feel. Appropriately pictured next to my Valvetech since I got it from valvetechamps
  6. Looking for a hamer artist custom over here. No offense, but not a green one. obv pre 2008 as well. open to paying cash or trade or a combination of the two.
  7. Last spring, my affliction spread past the original diagnosis of Hamer Addiction and I found that I was infected with full blown Korina-itis. I didn’t know much other than that there was a physical difference between Korina & mahogany, but I knew that I would have to get one. Or spend all of my time wanting one. As luck would have it, I was able to find a very fine example of an Artist Korina P90, ARTK, in Jazzburst. I really enjoy it. It is a spectacular guitar. Like my other Hamers, there is no reason on earth that a fumble thumbs like myself deserves such a fine instrument. http://www.hamerfanclub.com/forums/topic/60590-ngd-01-ak/ But I still had the craving. I was haunted by the idea that I might have gone the wrong direction. As much as I love the P90s, I couldn’t help but wonder whether I wouldn’t be happier with the humbucker model. And would I be happier with a clear Vintage Korina finish rather than the Jazzburst? Friday I found out. Sorry for not posting sooner but it’s been a busy week-end. Also apologize for the poor pictures, not a good day for outdoor pics. [url [url I’ve only played it a short bit so far and I can’t say if I like one better than the other. All I know is that I THINK I REALLY LIKE KORINA! The ARTKHB seems to sound a little stronger unplugged than the ARTK, but not by any significant amount. They both are pretty damned amazing guitars. [url I repeat. There is no reason on earth that a fumble thumbs like myself deserves such fine instruments. But I'm going to enjoy them for a little while.