#2
I think that might be a Les Paul covered in duct tape, it's hard to tell though. It could be a PRS, it's impossible to tell.
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#3
I can't tell from that picture, but it looks like it's covered in duct tape.

EDIT: Beaten to it.
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#6
looks like it might be the aluminium neck kramer
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#7
i love the way that guitar looks

and the headstock


eee i need to know what it isss


thatnks foir the attempts though
#9
yah theyre pretty rare
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#10
That it is.

But what I don't get is why he'd cover it in duct tape and, by the looks of it, plug the T in the headstock.


edit: To the guy above- there's no such thing as the aluminium neck Kramer. They made a whole bunch of different models.
Last edited by Pikka Bird at May 18, 2008,
#11
Quote by Pikka Bird
That it is.

But what I don't get is why he'd cover it in duct tape and, by the looks of it, plug the T in the headstock.

He didn't plug the T in the headstock. You can see the ends of his strings poking into the T and out the back.
#13
Quote by FireandFlames
He didn't plug the T in the headstock. You can see the ends of his strings poking into the T and out the back.


Yeah you can also see the curtain through it. All he did was wrap it in duct tape (why?)
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#14
Quote by Slash546
Yeah you can also see the curtain through it. All he did was wrap it in duct tape (why?)

He thinks it looks cool? I dunno.
#15
Quote by Slash546
Yeah you can also see the curtain through it. All he did was wrap it in duct tape (why?)


Maybe duct tape has great tonal properties....

*goes to wrap guitar in duct tape*...

*realizes how stupid that is/looks*

I'm back, yeah, idk, maybe he just likes how it looks but I think that's a pretty weird thing to do lol
#16
Quote by FireandFlames

It does...It looks he duct taped the back and the headstock to match...

But...But..Who would do that to such a rare guitar?
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Last edited by Washburnd Fretz at May 18, 2008,
#17
Quote by FireandFlames
He didn't plug the T in the headstock. You can see the ends of his strings poking into the T and out the back.

Oh, d'oh... I was looking for those foam wedges in the hole, but forgot they'd be in the shadow caused by the flash.

Anyways, he's fiddled with that TB in ways that shouldn't be done.


Oh, and Kramer boys- when identifying Kramers, the thing to look for is the headstock. Is it just forked like a soft tuning fork, or is it bridged at the top, forming a T? I honestly don't think Travis Beans and Kramers look anything alike.
Last edited by Pikka Bird at May 18, 2008,
#19
I read that alot of vintage guitars that are rare...sometimes have worn spots
in the wood. Most guitarists fix these "sound holes" in the wood with duct tape.

It seems that if you duct tape the back of the guitar up..The air tight seal...seals
up all of the holes and it brings back the original resonance of the guitar.

The fact that it has a metal neck makes it look even cooler..like a wood top..metal
bottom..
I bet Charlie Brown's teacher's name was Mrs.Hammett
#20
Quote by FireandFlames
^The Kramer aluminum neck guitars don't connect the two forks at the top

I know. That's what I was getting at. It's the main visual difference. Or at least the one that's easiest to spot without any other knowledge about different models, etc.