NAMM 2021: Kramer introduces three models to its artist collection
NAMM 2021: Kramer has unveiled three new signature models for its artist collection.
Charlie Parra Vanguard
Image: KramerThe second signature Kramer for the Peruvian guitarist Charlie Parra, this asymmetrical V features a mahogany body, a bolt-on three-piece satin maple neck topped with a bound ebony fretboard and 22 jumbo frets.
Electronics come in the form of EMG 57 and 66 chrome-covered humbuckers. These are controlled by a three-way pickup selector switch and a single master volume control, both mounted into a satin aluminium pickguard. A subtle signature touch comes in the form of Charlie Parra’s signature engraved on the truss rod cover.
The guitar comes finished in Candy Apple Red, and lists for $899.
Tracii Guns Gunstar Voyager
Image: KramerThis is the first Kramer signature model for LA Guns guitarist Tracii Guns. The uniquely-shaped body is made of mahogany, with a set three-piece maple neck
Humbuckers in this case come in the form of two Epiphone ProBuckers, controlled by a three-way pickup selector on the lower horn two discrete volume control. Chrome-finished hardware includes a Floyd Rose 1000 series tremolo with an R2 locking nut and mini die-cast tuners.
The guitar comes finished in Gloss Black, with black flame graphics across the body.
Lists for $899.
Snake Sabo Baretta
Image: KramerThis signature Baretta for Skid Row guitarist Snake Sabo is loaded with a single Kramer 85-T Double Black open-coil humbucker, and features an alder body and bolt-on three-piece maple neck topped with 22 jumbo frets.
Hardware notably includes a Floyd Rose 1000 bridge system, along with an EVH D-Tuna drop-D tuning system, and a Floyd Rose LRT-L40 Trem Stop so the D-Tuna can be used with stable tuning.
The guitar comes finished in Snake Green, with a large snake graphic created by Dennis Kline across the front of the body.
Lists for $949.
Find out more about Kramer’s artist series at kramerguitars.com.
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