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Kramer Striker Custom S-424CR Electric Guitar
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The Kramer Striker Custom Electric Guitar is equipped with a stop 7 bar tailpiece and Tune-O-Matic bridge for killer tone, great sustain and excellen...Click To Read More About This Product
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It's all about the tone.
The Kramer Striker Custom Electric Guitar is equipped with a stop 7 bar tailpiece and Tune-O-Matic bridge for killer tone, great sustain and excellent tuning ease and stability. Featuring a hard maple K-Speed Elliptical Slim Taper „¢ neck, a solid alder double cut body and flame maple top, the Kramer Striker S-424CR Guitar is ready to rock. Two Quad Rail pickups and one Dual Rail pickup pump out the power, and a 5-way pickup switch plus tone and volume knobs provide lots of tone options.
- Body Type: Dbl. Cut
- Body Wood: Solid North American Alder
- Top Wood: Flame Maple
- Scale Length: 25.5"
- Neck Joint: Bolt
- Neck Wood: Hard Maple
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Neck Shape: K-Speed Elliptical Slim Taper „¢
- Frets: 24
- Nut Width: 1.625"
- Fretboard Radius: 16"
- Bridge: Tune-o-Matic
- Pickup Bridge: Quad Rail
- Pickup Middle: Dual Rail
- Pickup Neck: Quad Rail
- Controls: 5-way switch, 1 Volume, 1 Tone
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i have had this guitar for a year now. it still amazes me but one thing is when i received mine it had a slight malfunction between the neck and body. this was a manufacturing flaw. the only way i can play on this thing without it rattling is adjust the bridge so the string sits about 1/2 an inch above the bottom frets. i love my guitar but i hate that no one put any effort into making mine worthwhile.
I bought mine a few years back and it cost more. Got a nice case for it. The neck is like a Rich. It has a 45 degree cut. I thought, man what a piece of krapp. I started playing it and fell in love. It's quick and tight. Stays in tune. A great guitar for the price. I've adjusted the neck once in the few years I've had it.
I just picked up the vintage sunburst and the finish is very nice, much better looking than the pictures. The quality seems very good, I changed the strings and lowered the action to my liking and plays great. The tuners are very good and the neck feels great. I will be changing the volume and tone pots as I always custom wire my guitars, the tone pot is very sensative and will go from bright to very bassy with very little movement. Overall a great guitar in this price range.
This guitar is amazing... The pickups really sounds like Seymour Duncan pu's. The neck and the fretboard was made to fly. The tuners are really good. The bridge provides a great sustain. The body is perfect and comes with a maple top thats give a little brilliant sound. In this price, is the better guitar. Forget Ibanez, ESP, etc... KRAMER MADE HARD TO ROCK!
This guitar is amazing. Easily worth twice its price. I was always a fan of Kramers, so when they started getting popular again I picked up one of these Fixed Bridge Strikers in Heritage Cherry Sunburst. I'm in love with this thing. With better strings on it (I recommend Elixirs or GHS) it sounds wonderful. I play through a Roland Micro Cube for practice and a Crate half stack at band practices or whilst recording, and the Quad/Dual Rail pickups can handle any job. I play all genres of music ranging from Metal to Surf, and I can get any clean or distorted tone I want out of this beast, and playing it is effortless thanks to the fast neck.Did I mention it's preeetty? Cause it is. It's really pretty.
this guitar rocks you can anything from rock, blues, country anything. It is also good for beginners who are just learning how to play.
I bought this guitar because I was looking for something inexpensive that was not an Epi. I was not disapointed, the intonation was almost perfect out of the box, I just had to adjust the action down a little, the pickups sound good and it stays in tune, the tuners are butter. I really like this guitar.
Good sound, just for the pickups it's good, the arm it's a little hard to play, and you need to change the strings right away for better play, I have one and the first weeks was nasty and after change the strings, and make some adjustment get well, now I'm happy with it.
Just plugged this bad boy in and, I swear, magic happened. I was going to buy the "1984" but thought, Eddie isn't for everyone. Besides, I have some of my own trail-blazing to do.First, I ripped into a sick blues scale (I think), syncopating my solo with an acoustic slap box methodology. It was like the Clark Kent of blues solos. It made Good Charlotte sound like Courtney Love, with arthritis.Then, I ripped into an a la rendition of Deep Purple's, "Smoke On The Water." The tone of the "quad-rails" beckoned me to try my patented rendition of Black Sabbath's, "Iron Man." It's speacial, for sure.My girlfriend wanted to kill me. Not because of my steelar technique; rather, the volume.Man, those quads are BEEFY.Recommended.