Kramer Guitars Baretta Special Purple

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Electric Guitar

  • Mahogany body
  • Bolt-on neck: Maple
  • Maple fretboard
  • Dot fretboard inlays
  • 22 Frets
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Pickups: 1 Alnico V humbucker
  • 1 x Volume control
  • Kramer vintage style tremolo
  • Colour: Purple
available since August 2020
Item number 488774
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Purple
Body Mahogany
Top None
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Pickups H
Tremolo Vintage
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£155
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Outstanding instrument
thelizard 01.09.2020
Hi everyone, i just bought and received this beautiful guitar and i wanted to share my excitement; first of all i'd like to thank Thomann for their service, the guitar arrived in few days and was very well packed. Let's move on and talk a bit about the guitar itself: as i opened the box i couldn't believe my eyes, the guitar looked very well built and i immediatly got feedback as soon as i picked it up. The guitar is solid and light as a feather at the same time, the paintjob is absolutely flawless with no imperfections. I tuned it first and started fooling around: very good resonance even if unplugged. At first it struggled a bit to hold the tuning, but after re-tuning it a couple of times it worked fine. The trem was blocked (for the shipping i guess, you need to unlock it after you receive the guitar) and still is, so i have no feedback about it , i'm not too worried though as i'm planning to replace it. Keep in mind we're talking about a ST style tremolo, so dive bombs and so on will surely send your guitar out of tune. The stock pickup (SD replica) sounds awesome, one of the few stock pickups giving me something to think about whether i should replace it or not.
This is IMO what you get from the Baretta Special and most importantly for very little money, a very basic guitar (1 pickup, volume control and a trem) that is already way better than guitars costing twice (or more) the price.If you don't like some of the hardware, keep in mind that you can change it spending less than other finished intruments anyways and with a high end result. Grab it while you can, it's very hard to find it in stock generally and when it's available it's going to last a couple of days.
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80's style shred guitar of an unbeatable price...
tommmm 06.12.2020
Didn't have high expectations, but I was very pleased...
The tremolo ... is the bottleneck here.. But i don't use it anyway...
Pickups sounds a bit like a DiMarzio , the neck plays like a Ibanez Wizard neck.. I'm really happy with her...
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Value for money!
Dady Fanis 06.05.2022
Nice paintwork, comfortable neck, very lightweight, surprisingly good stock pickup, resonant guitar. Low quality keys, cheap tremolo unit, as downsides. Would be far better with jumbo frets, In ovarall, a pleasant instrument, carefully crafted with hardware compromises for the sake of cost. A must for 80s lovers!
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Good Thing
Ti Venice 08.04.2022
Good guitar, but I'd do some modifications on that. For example, put floyd rose/Vegatrem or something.

Feels so 80's and I love 80's so much, so I enjoyed it
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