Country of manufacture was not marked on the handle
24 frets the pickups are kramer "quadrails" type microphones billlawrence
two double tear that serious
easel type the tune paul om matic
handle end with jumbo frets
sleeve type referred jackson
as it fitted with a push-pull "micro levels splitable easel"
Nice round end
acute rather easily even the latest
ergnomie not much to say it looks like a rr "Jackson"
the pickups are very powerful it is rather a good
I play metal so very good little Grat
I play with a kustom quad 100 is an impeccable randall
the microphones are not typically impeccable breath hard rock 80
I like the sound rather clean but powerful
For some days it comes from USAS
the price quality I think it approaches the rr3 see a king v
a yes a RR5 RR3 a kin v
Infact I wanted to but just a legend Kramer "mdr"
Randy rhoads type
Two microphones "quad rail ".... quad coil!
The handle is nice although it should be set to play nice.
Ergonomics must love
Access to acute?? I know I'm never in that area! hi hi
The guitar is really light.
Well I already transferred direct bridge pickup to put an emg 81.
It all looked pretty until I compare with the real rr3 jackson and here I thought the wood, the violin and all that was bullshit and only had the microphone ...
Well no, jackson sounds twice as loud as Kramer, however the pickups are exactly the same and new batteries.
Whenever I change my guitar I'm forced to edit the gain.
Lately I have even changed the pickup to put the Bill lawrence l500xl and then, finally, it sounds! (Luckily he was there this microphone!)
That said, for the price, it remains a good value for money (provided you change the microwave ..... although he seemed to do well the "crounch crounch" when I tested it).
I do not know if I REFERRED choice but at this price, hard to find a good guitar ... even secondhand, but at least I care
Anyway, now I'm mad I can say that "I HAVE A KRAMER !!!!!" hey hey