Bass of the Week: Hamor Guitars Lobster

Hamor Guitars Lobster Bass Body

This week we’re checking out the Lobster bass from Greece’s Hamor Guitars. The model is their take on a modern design double-cut.

“Beautiful curves, ergonomics, reduced weight, supreme playability, and tone are this instrument’s characteristics,” Hamor writes. “It features a laminated neck, supported with internal carbon fibre rods and bolt-on construction. The body is slim and balanced, allowing easy access to the upper fretboard, while being fully resonant. Superb tonewood and craftmanship combined with high quality hardware and handmade pickups can offer you your dream bass!”

The Lobster can be built with a variety of woods for its body. Hamor fits it with a set of handmade Nick Silver pickups, Gotoh tuners, and the choice of a Gotoh, Hipshot, or ABM bridge.

Hamor Guitars Lobster Bass Specs:

Scale:34″ or 35″
Body:Alder, Swamp ash, Honduran mahogany, Spanish cedar, Black limba, White limba, Okoume, other. Optional body chambering.
Top:Maple (flamed, quilted, spalted), burl poplar, spalted beech, black walnut, carpathian spruce, other.
Neck wood:Hard maple (quartersawn), flame maple, other. Laminated construction, with rosewood, purpleheart or wenge strips.
Fretboard:Ebony (black, exotic), rosewood, maple (flamed, birdseye, plain), purpleheart, wenge, other.
Frets:18% nickel-silver or stainless steel.
Pickups:Handmade Nick Silver Pickups (check here for details and available models)
Bridge:Gotoh, Hipshot, ABM
Electronics:CTS pots, orange drop capacitor
Finish:High gloss or matte

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