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It's been a while since I posted here. I am still cleaning up my attic and found some builders stuff I'd like to give away. Don't know the english name for these, please take a look at the pics.

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Stuff is -  this is the Hamer forum! - free. First come, first serve. If you want to give me something in return: Some plectrums, heavy or medium gauge, would do it. I keep losing them all the time...

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Ive been looking for luthier tools.  Let me know how you want to handle this, I can use all of this!

Thanks so much

G

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2 hours ago, Montelovesco said:

Don't know the english name for these, please take a look at the pics.

English names: 

Doohickey

Thingamabob

Gizmo

Whatchamacallit

Thingamajig

Whatsis

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And its gone - to the man with the fancy haircut and the number in its user name.

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47 minutes ago, Montelovesco said:

And its gone - to the man with the fancy haircut and the number in its user name.

Well the Haircut is just the opposite, rarely cut it and this is what you end up with!  Thanks so much it will go to good use.

"G"eorge the 4th in the line of George's, unfortunately it ends with me, the 5th passed...

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19 hours ago, Steve Haynie said:

English names: 

Doohickey

Thingamabob

Gizmo

Whatchamacallit

Thingamajig

Whatsis

That's clearly a "Whatsit," not "whatsis"...  As a master luthier (or least a collector of a master luthier's tools), I just can't let that one slide. I'm sorry...

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Possibly a fret nibbler?

 

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