Hamer Slammer Pacer

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Hamer

Description Excellent first guitar, seasoned players told me I had an excellent deal
Posted By Dustin Thornton (58)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 3.5 (of 5)
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On 3/10/2004, Rich McAndrews (35) posted:
Overall Rating:
I didn't look at any guitars, this one was a gift to me from my mother. I would never in a million years buy it again. For anyone who is thinking about buying this kind of guitar please, please don't. It is a cheap guitar and I don't recomend buying it.
Model Year: 2003
Price: $300.00 Canadian (new)
Where Obtained: Sight and Sound
Features:
This is a bone stock 6 string double cutaway guitar (it's a strat look alike). It has a maple neck with a rosewood fretboard with 21 frets. It has 3 single pickups.
Playability:
I'm not sure how to answer this because I have only been playing guitar for not even 2 years but for me it plays great, i can run my hand all over with ease and the strings seem to have perfect hight.
Sound Quality:
This guitar sounds crappy but I think it is due to the fact that I can't really play that well yet.
Durability:
I have never had to adjust the intonation or truss-rod but it has this thing with climate. When ever i go to a higher or lower climate my strings go all wonky and out of tune.
On 12/23/2000, Dustin Thornton (58) posted:
Overall Rating:
Strat copy for a good price, plays well. All my buddies love they play ESP and other good brands.
Model Year: 1999
Price: $150.00 (new)
Features:
Korean made, solid body, 24 fret six string, volume, two tone control knobs, s/s/s five way switch, passive Elec., Metallic Red finish is pretty hot, Strat copy body - feels great, String through bridge - vintage whammy, neck is thin and very playable, Non-locking tuners,
Playability:
Frets buzz alittle when playing really heavy stuff but i don't play it often. Neck is perfect, rosewood fretboard and maple neck
Sound Quality:
Great sound, I can tweak almost anything out of it.
Durability:
Stays in tune very well, I would depend on it