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  1. 1996 fretless Cruise bass with 2 Tek bridge. Excellent condition. I can't find a scratch or ding on it. No wear on the ebony fretboard. Very clean. With original Hamer case in great condition. The bass was used in my smoke free home studio and kept in its case. $750. US lower 48 only.
  2. I have a B8S I'm modifying to make it the kind of player I can use on a regular basis. One thing that will strike anyone when they pick a B8S up is, this thing is heavy! Has anyone successfully lightened theirs? Short of drilling a lot of holes (which I will not do), there's not a lot that can be done. I did switch the bass from active to passive, saving the weight of one whole 9 volt battery. The only other thing I can come up with is changing the tuners for lighter weight ones. I've successfully done this on an old Fender Jazz of mine. I'm wondering if anyone as done this with a Hamer bass
  3. Hello fellow Hamer lovers! So I just picked up a 1982 Cruise Bass for $100 on Craig's List here in L.A. (non-original hard case and all) It plays beautifully and sounds great (despite being fitted with fake - yes, fake - EMGs). However, cosmetically it's been kind stripped, so I need a pickguard (custom pickguard makers won't make one unless you can send them the original) and, ideally, a truss rod cover with that cursive "Cruisebass" logo. A long shot I know, but if anyone knows of any such parts lying around anywhere, I'd be very interested in buying them. I wouldn't mind getting the period-
  4. Hi, I recently purchased a used 12-string bass made in 1995 (picture attached). I can't confirm this with 100% certainty, but I'm fairly certain there were some after-market modifications made to the bass that I'd sort of like to unwind. I'm posting here because I'm hoping that somebody who has some experience with 12-string basses can review this post and offer advice, encouragement...or discouragement if I'm about to do something irretrievably stupid. In addition to the standard three pots (one volume for each pickup, then one overall tone knob), there is a 3-position pickup switch, and th
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