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1991 white Cali on Reverb

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No affiliation, but this looks pretty clean, never saw a white one. 

https://reverb.com/item/26881851-hamer-usa-californian-snow-white-1991

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Not sure whether the seller's first language is English:

"It seems to be the secret of sound making that cannot be followed by the stable setup of the German Schaller Bridge (Hamer) and the setup that is completely.
I include an original hard case and an attachment."

And what's with the serial number "12"?

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Pay via Paypal in the event it gets stuck in customs and never arrives due to the rosewood fingerboard.  

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1 hour ago, soli'd said:

 

And what's with the serial number "12"?

The rest is blurred out. 

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18 minutes ago, Studio Custom said:

The rest is blurred out. 

Not unlike the seller's sense of reality re: pricing.

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18 minutes ago, Studio Custom said:

The rest is blurred out. 

Aha. 💡

couldn't see that on my phone.  It's my phone's fault, that's the ticket.

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6 minutes ago, diablo175 said:

Not unlike the seller's sense of reality re: pricing.

Maybe in Korea it is rare enough to justify.   Also Korea has a 10% VAT. 

 

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1 hour ago, Studio Custom said:

Maybe in Korea it is rare enough to justify.   Also Korea has a 10% VAT. 

 

Hey, it's justified if and when someone buys it. But that's out of range for this area.

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Yep.  That’s over double what I think it’d Be worth here.  Good luck I guess.

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Price is probably about right for the Korean market, but I haven't been there in 8 years so I dunno for sure. A decent rule of thumb I used during the decade I lived there was that USA-made stuff was reasonably priced if it was 50-100% over what it would cost here. A lot of that comes from a special import tax on musical instruments, so whoever first brought it to Korea paid that 50% tax so that's been passed on from owner to owner.

I remember when you could score USA Calis with dot necks on eBay for $400 or under, all day long.

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