Kramer Pacer Classic KPC-SRCF Electric Guitar -Scarlet Red

Product Description

This new Pacer is a  tribute to the Original 1982 Kramer Model that helped put them on the map in the 80’s!

Kramer were innovative with their aluminum necks in the 70’s but it was a fading fad. Fortunately the Pacer Classic brought Kramer to the front of the 80’s guitar brigade!

Featuring a slim taper “C” maple neck, Alnico 5 Humbuckers, top mount Floyd Rose double locking trem bridge and colour matched head stock!
Finished in Scarlet Red!

$549.00

Description

Kramer Pacer Classic – Scarlet Red

Product Description

This new Pacer is a  tribute to the Original 1982 Kramer Model that helped put them on the map in the 80’s!

Kramer were innovative with their aluminum necks in the 70’s but it was a fading fad. Fortunately the Pacer Classic brought Kramer to the front of the 80’s guitar brigade!

Featuring a slim taper “C” maple neck, Alnico 5 Humbuckers, top mount Floyd Rose double locking trem bridge and color matched head stock!
Finished in Scarlet Red!

  • Alder Body
  • Maple Neck with Walnut Skunk Stripe
  • Maple Fretboard
  • Kramer K-Speed SlimTaper “C” Neck Profile
  • 25.5” Scale Length
  • 1.626″ Nut Width
  • 22 Frets
  • Alnico 5 Classic Humbuckers with Double White Exposed Coils
  • Licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo
  • Licensed Floyd Rose R2 1000 Series Locking Nut with Chrome String Retaining Bar
  • Kramer Die Cast Tuners
  • Chrome Hardware

Brand

Kramer

The company was founded in the late 1970s by Dennis Berardi and Gary Kramer, a close friend and associate of Travis Bean, to manufacture aluminum-necked guitars. Gary Kramer, Dennis Berardi, Peter LaPlaca (a Vice President at Norlin, parent company of Gibson in 1974), and investor Henry Vaccaro joined forces to open a plant in Neptune, New Jersey. Soon thereafter, Gary Kramer moved to Los Angeles, and his connection with the company would become in name only, long before the wooden neck era that began in the 1980s.