#1


Is that a Floyd Rose bridge n' trem?

The guitar is a Kramer USA Voyager from the 80's, saw it on a local Craigslist.
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#3
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#6
It's just a normal vintage style tremolo.
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#7
No - it doesn't look like its a floating trem either. Is it being advertised as a genuine FR?
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#8
I'd say no (even though FR did make a semi floating trem without fine tuners. Correct me if I'm wrong.)
EDIT: I realize TS meant type of trem, not brand.
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#9
I just realized that this is a vintage kramer. I have one and I just started a thread about it trying to find out info on it. How much is he asking?
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#10
loooooooks like a project someone worked on. def. not a floyd rose. a floating tremolo, like on strats. really not special.

though those pickups look pretty sweet.

im wondering what those three dots are next to the volume/tone knobs. actually, seeing as i see no pickup selector, are those the selectors somehow? weeiirrd. also, the one tone knob seems sorta....meh. id be wary, depending on how much he wants. id say its worth about...$100-$150 depending on how it sounds. maybe more, if its really a solid, original (weird) kramer.
#11
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I just realized that this is a vintage kramer. I have one and I just started a thread about it trying to find out info on it. How much is he asking?


$450. I'm still deciding if I should get it or not.
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#12
If you have the money to spare, you should probably get it because I have an old kramer like that and my local music shop told me the value would only increase.
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#13
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I'd say no (even though FR did make a semi floating trem without fine tuners. Correct me if I'm wrong.)
EDIT: I realize TS meant type of trem, not brand.

You're right.
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