#2
There's a vintage kramer forum, have you tried asking there? Might be the best plan.
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#3
Looks to be a Kramer Pacer Deluxe but I don't think its an 84...the headstock isn't right. This looks more like an 87 or an 88 based on the headstock shape and the Kramer logo. I think the headstock says "American" on it, if that's the case than this was a USA guitar but I'm not sure, can't tell because I can't really see it well on the pictures.
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#4
Thanks. The only thing that had me concerned that it was possibly made over seas was the fact that the first letter on the neck plate was an S but I'm not sure if the S is for serial number and the D behind it is the true first letter. I'll ask the seller what it says on the headstock.
#5
headstock is wrong for it to be from early 80s. it's not an American. had a couple of Kramers back then and don't recall any with SSS configuration until toward the end of the company. them had the same neck plate so that isn't a way to tell.