Made in the USA.
The guitar in all mahogany (1 massive block) with a scuplte table (Bookmatched) KOA.
The handle is al 22 frets with rosewood fingerboard (the handle is made up of 3 parts of wood with a central block which sees its fibers from the opposite direction from that of extrmites).
Wilkinson tremolo bridge, Sperzel locking mechanics and micro Seymour Duncan (2 Jeff Beck Jr and 1 Hot rail).
1 volume, 1 Tone and 1 mini switch that activates the hotrail with contrles pousss background (similar system to that of the Yamaha RGX TT).
The handle is a rgal, it reminds me of the Les Paul Classic, 60's or DC ... rather round and not too thick.
The access to acute is like on a guitar neck through the dcoupe and handle bonding are that there is no heel at the back of the guitar.
This is the great ...
To play the blues is the ideal instrument.
For the rest it can probably do it too, but I did not test.
In clean? it's great with just the small soft mahogany that is felt and reminder that we are not Fender and Gibson not quite either.
The rest you can imagine ... I play that in clean and crunch.
PS: Didier Eden violin adding me a push pull handle for splitt the microphones and environment, and guitar gains in versatility, Didier thank you for your bright idea.
I've had a year now.
This is my toutoune (sorry for this little affectionate name but awful).
Guitars ??? I had Ibanez, G & L, Yamaha, Fender, Gibson and PRS.
The Hamer tu the major brands (in the family of guitars mahogany) PRS and Gibson head.
The Mirage was the cot midwater I like particulirement and with this originality of Koa table in addition.
The choice is easy! The Hamer are nice, neither better nor worse than other US brands but with a different charm.
I advise to those who are unable to decide one or the other of the two great houses ...