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  1. Okay, I realize this is more than a wee bit redundant, as I was "outed" a few days ago. But I suppose I should make a legitimate offer here. FWIW, I sort of use the local CL as a convenient way to draft sale notices. It is a convenient way to gather info, pictures and have a chance to go back and proofread for errors. And, for all the horror stories, I have actually sold a surprising amount of gear locally. Well, at least after ignoring the bottom dwelling, Mouth breathing low ballers and ridiculous trade offers. ("No, I do NOT want your yellow school bus!") First, the limited edition. I guess I have had at least one of the various limited editions that Hamer produced. I continue to think they represented the best of what Hamer turned out. This is the second of the two I owned. I kept it above the first, as I thought it was just slightly better. But I have not played it much. As much as I DO like it, there are some other instruments that get virtually all of my attention, so it is time to do a bit more house cleaning. Or, sooner or later, someone I leave behind is going to have to sift through way too much "stuff". To celebrate their 30th Anniversary, Hamer produced a limited edition of 30 special versions of their Studio Custom model. With a one piece mahogany body, incredible figured maple top, multi-ply binding, Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard, Seymour Duncan Antiquity pickups, a version of their "Victory" inlays and an upgraded hardshell case, it is one of their better releases. Not to mention hard to find. Excellent for either collectors or serious players looking for a great playing, vintage sounding guitar. If you can find a mark, other than a touch of tarnish on the pickups, you may have sharper eyes than me. I am asking $3,000, including shipping, CONUS only. Please add payment fees, if needed. NOW SOLD. .
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