#1
I'm thinking about getting one. Anyone had any experience with this, any problems with the FR or anything else? I know the pickups are a bit muddy, but I probably would replace it.
#2
I own several of the older Kramers. I have not played this Gibson model. But I have heard nothing but good things about it. Although some say those quad rails are a little muddy, but you already know that. Other than that I say if the price is good, get
it.

But personally for the money, I think those go for now, I would hold out and try to find a old Focus 1000 series. Like a 2000, 3000 or 6000 model.
Last edited by halo71 at Dec 23, 2009,
#3
i never really got on with mine (some of that is doubtless personal preference though, with the neck shape etc.). the floyd still stays in tune, but isn't very responsive like a good floyd would be.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#4
I've got the 224 version. The tremolo is incredible for that price. However, it's made of a weak alloy, so the knife-edge in the Floyd gets worn out easier than an OFR and it warps easy. Other than that, an amazing guitar. I would suggest the fixed-bridge version over the FR, myself.