Kramer Guitars Baretta Special CB

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Guitarra eléctrica

  • Cuerpo de caoba
  • Mástil de arce atornillado (bolt-on)
  • Diapasón de arce
  • Inlays de puntos
  • 22 trastes
  • Escala de 648 mm
  • 1 pastilla humbucker Alnico V Zebra
  • 1 control de volumen
  • Trémolo Kramer de estilo vintage
  • Acabado: Candy Blue
Color Azul
Cuerpo Caoba
Tapa Ninguna
Pala Arce
Mástil Arce
Trastes 22
Escala 648 mm
Configuración de pastillas H
Trémolo Vintage
incl. Funda No
Incluye maleta No
Disponible desde Octubre 2019
número de artículo 465965
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
175 €
Todos los precios incluyen IVA
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not the ordinary entry-level
andreip 07.12.2020
I really, really wanted this maple neck on mahogany body Indonesian, built in 2020, after stripping down to essentials (1 bridge pickup, 1 volume) many other guitars. Just to turn up the volume and try licks for hours and hours - no fiddling with a 5-way switch, tone setup, tremolo.

Thinner than a basswood/alder/poplar, with rounded edges and the body has a lot of sustain, even though by not having extra cavities for neck and middle pickups - the electronics cavity is quite large.

I found the neck with 2-parts angled headstock and a large joint inviting the hand to move up and down, maybe because of the non-compound 12 inches radius (sic!) - thinner than a C-shape, thicker than a Gio or JS equivalent. Not 24 frets - so what ? Laquered, not oiled, but not in a glossy style.

Pickup - I bet the average ear will not find the differences from a real JB, either clear or distorted - I didn't.

Tremolo - just to be ignored and used as a hardtail (pity that the iconic heritage led to maintaining this part).

Tuning keys - on my guitar are regularly going out of tune, even not played aggressively and the knob screws tightened.

Out-of-the box, the truss rod, action (surprisingly low for an entry level factory setup) and pickup height were fine for me.

Electronics and grounding - one will want to change the volume pot or at least to use a drop of kontakt und tuner spray to avoid the noises it generates, and to cut the excess of wiring.

Painting: no flaws found. Color didn't count for buying.

Barreta Special might not be the ideal all-round-your-first-electric-guitar, but those looking for simplicity of playing and sound will add it on the wish list.
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
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Blasting Baretta
Amir John Haddad - El Amir 07.01.2021
I orderd this Baretta in order to updgrade it a little. Didn't have to do much. Changed the volume knob, tuning machines and the bridge. The pickup actually sounds amazing, I have a Kramer '84 with a Seymour Duncan which sounds amazing and still the Baretta Special sounds killer too. The bridge was kind of standart Strato style and I changed it for a VegaTrem Vt1 UltraTrem. Easy to install by the way. I installed Schaller locking Tuners M6 and changed the knob for a Q-parts Dome with Abalone. The action is set perfectly, ready to shred. Neck feels amazing, soft and slim. Intonation is perfect. Woods are great, maple neck is good quality and the mahagony body delivers a lot of sound. Note that the head is glued with the neck, and still it is made very clever to avoid any weakness right on the spot where the neck ends and the head starts. They moved to joint a little up. Looks good tow. Price is amazing for this great sounding guitar. All you need to do is a few upgrades here and there and ready to rock where ever you want. Finish is amazing, nothing sloppy. Very accurate and nicely finished.
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Excellent and fast.
Bogeymaker 22.12.2021
Its a very good guitar.
Low action from the begining, smooth and nice neck.
Liked the mic.
Tuners are good enough.
The fretting was good, but guess the wood was new and some more drying would been good.
Had it for more than a year now and like it more and more.
Dismount the tremolo spade, it aint a floyd rose or even close.
The largest drawback is that there are no tone control.

Get one you gonna love it.
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Why didn't anyone make these guitars when I was 18?
Spooky_t 04.08.2021
Now I am 33 with a damaged back and looking for some lightweight and ergonomic-feeling guitars. I already have Gibson Studio 2015, Ibanez RG 32MOL, and a Chinese copy of Steinberger.

This guitar has pretty cool typical super-strat ergonomics but is lighter than Ibanez and weighs around 2,5 kilos. The neck is very accurate made and feels pretty fast. The finish is awesome.

For the sound, action, tremolo, and tuners - just like the rest of the reviews say: it's ok, considering the price and simplicity this is an awesome platform for tuning and experiments, but it's ready to play just out of the box and able to satisfy almost any home-shredder.

I play mostly alternative, punk, and classic-rock stuff so I won't hesitate to use it during my live gigs with a band.
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