Hamer Vector Maximus, or Uber Vector

It’s on the way! This guitar is featured on the Hamer website in the design gallery. The only one in the world, a NAMM guitar. The seller was awesome, and the guys on the Hamer forum super helpful. Thanks everyone! Here is the description from Hamer:

Designer’s note:

“For the NAMM show we wanted to showcase our guitars/customshop capabilities on a few of our classic models. Once again, little details that might not get noticed at first are what make this guitar special. Like the downsized rubber skid plate inlaid on the edge and the matching tortoise truss rod cover.”

“The Ivoroid binding looks so perfect against the korina. The reduced width of the guitar’s side called for a guitars/customshop fabricated narrow rubber “grip” strip.”

“Six-ply hand stacked cellulose binding is painstakingly miter jointed on the body. Notice how clean the corners of the fingerboard binding is where the individual strips meet at the mitered corners. The tortoise pickguard lends another vintage touch to a wonderfully appointed masterpiece.”

“The classic peghead shape is outlined with multi-ply binding and inlaid with a genuine pearl logo, and is underlined with a fossilized ivory string nut. The tortoise truss rod cover echoes the pickguard to tie the entire piece together visually.

As far as I know, below are the only pictures of this guitar. Click on a picture to make the slideshow go to the next picture faster.

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