#1
hey, maybe someone here knows what this thing is. My buddy just gave me a Kramer to use a backup guitar for our band, It's got all the characteristics of an 80's striker but the serial doesn't match. It's SF 1752, flourescent yellow, 2 single coils and a double humbucker(seymour duncan), floyd roseII bridge . anyone know what model this is? i've included a picture of it. i tried to take a picture of the plate on the back but it wouldn't come out. it says...

Kramer
SF1752
Neptune, New Jersey


thanks...

#5
One correction, the pickups aren't Seymour Duncans, they're "designed by..." so i found out that it's an overseas model but i still can't find it anywhere...
#6
well, the knobs don't work, all the pots are rusted and corroded so i can't plug it in and see what they do, yeah the color is pretty loud...
#7
Quote by paesano
One correction, the pickups aren't Seymour Duncans, they're "designed by..." so i found out that it's an overseas model but i still can't find it anywhere...


so duncan design's...?

by the way...

I'll put my money on a Pacer Custom II... or Pacer Custom I <_<

Last edited by JvL at Mar 9, 2008,
#8
LOL half naked kid in the background...
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#9
childzz pr0n

It looks familiar I must say but the model just isnt coming to me Check ebay maybe?
#11
Quote by JvL
so duncan design's...?

by the way...

I'll put my money on a Pacer Custom II... or Pacer Custom I <_<




yeah, according to the kramer site i was on, if the pickups say "designed by S.D. then it's an overseas model, which goes along with what i found out about the neckplate design. oh well, i guess it's just a crappy kramer model... that's cool, it's only for alternate tunings anyway... this beast is definitely getting a new paint job though! thanks all...