A modern rocker's single-cutaway that is light, fast, and versatile.
The Kramer Assault 211 FR electric guitar features a single-cutaway mahogany body. A set mahogany neck has a thin taper profile that makes playing effortless. A 24-fret ebony fingerboard sports thorn shaped position inlays. The recessed, double-locking Floyd Rose-licensed tremolo bridge system won't get in your way and will keep you in tune no matter how aggressively you play. A plethora of great tones are generated by the Kramer Assault 211's Alnico V humbucking pickup in the bridge position and two single-coil pickups in the middle and neck positions. Controls include a master volume, master tone, and a 5-way selector. The volume control has what Kramer calls a "treble bleed" mod, that keeps your tone bright when backing down the volume control.
In the mid-1970s, when Kramer Guitars began, they were exclusively producing aluminum necked guitars. In 1982, Kramer cemented an exclusive distribution deal with Floyd Rose. Kramer guitars were also loaded with additional features like Schaller tuners and Seymour Duncan pickups. With the endorsement of Eddie Van Halen, Kramer became the world's best selling guitar in the mid-80s. The Gibson Guitar Company has bought the revered Kramer brand and has reissued many of the historic Kramer guitars and introduced modern design innovations as well. Kramer players include a who's who of rock guitarists with the likes of Eddie Van Halen, Ritchie Sambora, Mick Mars and Vivian Campbell among them!
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- Single-cutaway style solidbody
- Recessed double-locking Floyd Rose-licensed tremolo bridge system
- Alnico V bridge humbucker and
- Single-coil middle and neck pickups
- Volume "treble bleed" mod
- 1 x volume, 1 x tone control
- 5-way selection switch
- Chrome hardware
- Mahogany body
- Set mahogany neck
- Ebony fingerboard
- 14" radius
- Thorn fingerboard inlays
- 24 frets
- 1.65" nut width
- 25.5" scale
- Die-cast tuners
- Guitar case sold separately
It would be tough finding a better value than this Kramer guitar!