The Kramer 84 is a lean, mean, shred machine. Inspired by the original Kramers of the ’80s as used by guitar heroes Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon and Ritchie Sambora, the Kramer 84 delivers all the power and attitude you would expect from the original Daddy of metal guitars, Kramer. Finished in an eye-catching 3D Black/White Swirl, this is a Kramer exclusive graphic design. Designed by artist Bo Pittman, who took inspiration from hot rod motorcycle graphics, the original hand-painted model was featured at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show Kramer exhibit and was so popular that they partnered with Bo to replicate it for Kramer fans everywhere.
With an Alder body topped with the custom 3D Black/White Swirl graphic this 84 looks just as good as it sounds. It is extremely well weighted and feels brilliant against the body.
A bolt on Maple neck provides a bright and snappy tone, perfect for cutting through in both the studio and live situations. Thanks to the Kramer K-Speed SlimTaper “C” Profile you can move around quickly a without any issues. The Maple fingerboard boasts a 12″ Radius, 25.5″ Scale Length, 22 Jumbo frets and a 1.626″ Nut Width.
Vintage Kramer tones come curtosy of a Seymour Duncan JB bridge humbucker, it delivers crushing high gain tones whilst retaining brilliant clarity and dynamics, there is something really magical about single pickup guitars and this is certainly true for this Baretta. With a Floyd Rose 1000 Series bridge with EVH D-Tuna system you can dive bomb to your hearts content.
For all you Kramer fans out there this is one that demands your attention.