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Kramer AMERICAN PACER CUSTOM II
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Kramer AMERICAN PACER CUSTOM II

STC-Shaped Guitar from Kramer .

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"The Collector!

Kramer AMERICAN PACER CUSTOM IIPublished on 03/17/11 at 05:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
American manufacturing year 80 at the time Kramer was the brand popularized by rising Eddie Van Halen.

Mechanical Schaller.

The maple neck is slim and D with rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets.

The body is (I think) in poplar, with a Floyd Rose and 3 Seymour Duncan pickups in SSH configuration. 5 position selector for both singles and doubles, and 3 position switch for the humbucker (double, 1 single, 2 singles).

That guitar omnipolyvalente! ;))

UTILIZATION

This guitar is made for the Hard Rock and Metal but also for the Blues and other styles (Funk, Jazz ...).

The handle is very comfortable neither too large nor too big (I have no big paws or fingers 20cm long) and I played for...…
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American manufacturing year 80 at the time Kramer was the brand popularized by rising Eddie Van Halen.

Mechanical Schaller.

The maple neck is slim and D with rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets.

The body is (I think) in poplar, with a Floyd Rose and 3 Seymour Duncan pickups in SSH configuration. 5 position selector for both singles and doubles, and 3 position switch for the humbucker (double, 1 single, 2 singles).

That guitar omnipolyvalente! ;))

UTILIZATION

This guitar is made for the Hard Rock and Metal but also for the Blues and other styles (Funk, Jazz ...).

The handle is very comfortable neither too large nor too big (I have no big paws or fingers 20cm long) and I played for 20 years with a string of high non-compliant, far too high, you say no the rapid progress ... :))
Access to the treble is very good!

The guitar is not too heavy and fits perfectly, without effort, when standing. Very well balanced.

SOUNDS

I bought it at the time (1987) to play Metal done after putting his hand on a Fender Telecaster, 1968 fully pourave bought second hand in 1976.
She was accompanied by an amp MARSHALL LEAD 150 WATTS purchased together
(All my savings were passed:))) do until I recently purchased a Peavey VYPYR 15.

On either the sound is amazing (more so versatile and the most artificial and MARSHALL Uniform PEAVEY).

The humbucker is powerful and surprisingly warm, with great harmonics and a remarkable silence.
With single coils it is also warm to the middle (great for Harpège) and a little harder to handle (perfect for the blues). In addition, they are fairly simple to loud.
Whether clean or distorted, and each other to fully meet what we expect of them.
It's really a versatile guitar.

The Floyd performs more than a decent spot. However, a very slight tendency to break the high strings.

OVERALL OPINION

It has been a favorite purchase, the love of my life! ! :))
At that time I knew dal and may have paid too dear-I (5000 francs with the amp I think) but I've never regretted my purchase (at least for the amp) at the point of wanting to be buried with
if I were to disappear prematurely:)))

I use it for 20 years more or less regularly. I've never done review and in 2000 I recorded my last song (so I played it (as an amateur) for 13 years). Then almost nothing (about 2 minutes every three months: ((

2010 I decided to get back. Ill conditioned, the beautiful is in a pitiful state. Illico presto-I bring home the luthier's corner. A hundred, and a little more, euros later I found a new guitar and incredibly perfect in terms of playability Cleaned, neck and string height set (adjusted), the guitar is revealed in all its quality. An absolute joy!

I had tried it at the Salon de la Musique in Paris. I had found it very comfortable after being disappointed by BC Rich Jackson and others to fret too large.

Nearly 25 years later, this guitar has not aged and still appeals to me much like the early days ... ;))

I would do this choice today? Too many beautiful models, I would buy them all!
I did recently purchase a Telecaster "60th anniversary" (second-hand (the century)) and recently a BC Rich WARLOCK DARK ARTS (new) that are absolutely fabulous but have nothing to do with my Kramer is unique! ! My collector!

Was added to the collection a BC RICH NT BEAST V (new) handled through absolutely fabulous! No comparison!

Yo! :))
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  • Manufacturer: Kramer
  • Model: AMERICAN PACER CUSTOM II
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/11/2011

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