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Not just another pretty face, Hamer's Monaco Bass is an instrument with true personality. If you believe that modern basses have lost their identity in the rush to go hi-fi, this bass is for you.
The dense mahogany body is topped with figured Maple and coupled to a 34" scale rock Maple neck for a distinctive and unique tonal character. To make sure that the character isn't lost, Hamer has specified custom "Phat Cat" bass pickups, designed by Seymour Duncan exclusively for this instrument.
The Monaco Bass features a Rosewood fingerboard with MOP inlays, and a fully adjustable block bridge and totally passive electronics.
Available in Tobacco Burst and 59 Burst finishes. Retail: $3000.00
For more information, visit their web site at www.kamanmusic.com/hamer