#1
My dad has a guitar that he gave to me about a year ago when i was learning to play. it had a bolt on neck, a single pickup (i sont know the make or model), it had cutouts that seemed to be rounded-out versions of those of a stratocaster, and the only indication of a company the word "Cimar" painted on the headstock.
anoyone have an idea as to what it is?

(this guitar is now dissasembled. im using parts from it for a new guitar)
Last edited by GrungeJunkie at Mar 16, 2008,
#2
a POS
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#3
^ +1
Gear
Schecter C1 Hellraiser FR
1967 Ventura Les Paul Copy
Marshall JCM 2000 Dual Super Lead
#5
It doesnt sound like a very bad guitar, to be honest. Kramers have single pickups, and usually they sound pretty good. But I have not much of a clue to what a Cimar is.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cimar
Heres a wiki article.

http://www.t3-kundenserver.de/htmlpages/redasys/_core/databases/t_meinl-uploads/1980_stepahead_meinl.pdf
This is a adobe program. Where I saw "Cimar" is near the bottom, after the basses. The two guitars fit the description on what you described, and they are also beside two Cimar basses.