Kramer Pacer Vintage Electric Guitar Orange Burst Tiger Graphic
The Kramer Pacer was first introduced back during the shred boom of the 80's when they were the top selling guitar brand in the world and the Pacer was their flagship model. Now we have the Kramer Pacer Vintage an incredible take on the original Pacer with some modern tweaks for todays guitarist. Made out of a solid maple body and neck this guitar gives you a bright high end with some extra low end tightness and punch.
Filling out the sound you have 2 Seymour Duncan humbucking pickups with a JB in the bridge and JN in the neck position. These are both medium gain pickups but work really well with rock and metal sounds once pushed through a high gain amp. Add in the Floyd Rose tremolo system loved as much by Kramer as the shredders that use them and you have a guitar ready to hit the stage.
This guitar looks, sounds, and feels like the 1980's have come back! Pick up one of these tremendous looking axes and feel the Van Halen flow through you!
Here's what Kramer say about the Pacer Vintage Electric Guitar
Bringing the high-octane performance of the 1980s to the fastest-riffing players of the 21st century, Kramer introduces the Pacer Vintage, a guitar equipped to the hilt for tone and performance, with the looks that set an era alight. Flash back to the shred boom of the mid 1980s, and Kramer was the #1 selling electric guitar brand in the world, its fast, powerful designs setting the pace for countless other manufacturers to follow.
Kramer artists of the day included Vivian Campbell, Edward Van Halen, Jeff Golub, Brad Gillis, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others-and the Kramer Pacer was the flagship of the range. Patterned after the elegant offset-double-cutaway body and "beak" headstock of the original, and locked and loaded with a pair of premium Seymour Duncan pickups and a Floyd Rose tremolo bridge, the Pacer Vintage is available in your choice of two high-gloss finishes: Honey Burst with chrome hardware, or Orange-Yellow Burst with a tiger graphic on the front and black hardware. From its solid maple body to its bolt-on hard maple neck with maple fingerboard, the Pacer Vintage loads in a premium tone wood that is known for optimum resonance, clarity and sustain.
It is all crafted into one supremely playable package, too, with a thin-taper elliptical neck profile and 22 medium-jumbo frets on a 'board with a 12" radius for the optimum marriage of comfort and easy bending. Another crucial Kramer touch is the 25 1/2" scale length that many shredders prefer, which offers tight, thumping lows and shimmering harmonics. A high-output Seymour Duncan JB humbucking pickup in the bridge position and a more vintage-voiced JN in the neck provide the Pacer Vintage with the optimum firepower and versatility. Both are made with genuine Alnico V magnets and wound with 42-AWG copper wire with a DC resistance reading of over 16K ohms. The result gives you everything from scorching lead tones to massive crunch, but always with plenty of clarity and excellent note definition. The JN in the neck reads a cooler 7.74K ohms for smooth, warm tones with impressive articulation. They are controlled by separate volume pots with a push/pull series/parallel tap and a .002mf cap bleed mod on each for endless tonal possibilities. For unbridled whammy action, just grab on tight to that Floyd Rose tremolo unit-partnered with a locking nut up top for outstanding tuning stability-and give it all you've got, for anything from evocative dive bombs to gently warbling tremors. A set of premiums die-cast tuners with efficient 14:1 gear ratio complete the hardware package. Check out the Pacer Vintage today at your authorized Kramer dealer, and dive into the golden era of high-performance shred.
- Body: Maple
- Neck: Maple
- Pickup: Seymour Duncan JB & Seymour Duncan JN
- Bridge: Floyd Rose Tremolo
- Controls: 2 volume controls w/ push-pull series parallel coil tap, tone control, 3 way mini toggle.
- Neck Radius: 12" Radius
- Frets: 22 frets
- Scale Length: 25.5" Scale
- Colour: Orange Burst Tiger Graphic