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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220FR solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two humbuckers with Alnico V magnets for hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a Floyd Rose tremolo with locking nut for wild dive bombs that don't leave you out of tune. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220FR!Kramer Assault 220FR Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Alnico V humbuckers give you bold, aggressive toneFloyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityKramer: rocking hard since the '80sAlnico V humbuckers give you bold, aggressive toneKramer equipped the Assault 220FR with a pair of Alnico V humbucking pickups to give you aggressive tone that hits your amplifier with plenty of strength. Humbuckers with Alnico V magnets are known to have an aggressive, punchy sound that's perfect for high-octane rock and metal. So no matter what amplifier or modeler you plug into, the Kramer Assault 220FR is primed to rock.Floyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityShredding and wild whammy bar antics go hand in hand, so Kramer gave the Assault 220FR a smooth Floyd Rose tremolo bridge so you can squeal and divebomb all night long. And because it's got a locking nut, you'll maintain your tuning stability even when you're rocking your Assault 220FR as hard as you can.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220FR have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220FR, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220FR Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual humbuckers with Alnico V have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide maple neck plays fast and smoothFloyd Rose tremolo bridge with locking nut for expressive playing and stable tuningGrab the Kramer Assault 220FR, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Shred until you can't on the Kramer Pacer Vintage solidbody electric guitar, it can take it. This solid maple body is packed with dual Seymour Duncan pickups that will hit your amplifier with aggressive tone and impressive sustain. Take the Pacer Classic's Floyd Rose tremolo for a ride, while the locking nut ensures your tuning stays precise. All the while you'll look great on stage, with a fast-playing guitar that sings as well as it screams. Call Sweetwater to get the guitar that helped invent '80s rock: the Kramer Pacer Vintage.Kramer Pacer Vintage Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide-ranging tone from Seymour Duncan JN and JB humbuckersFloyd Rose tremolo leds you shred with exceptional tuning stabilityKramer: rocking hard since the '80sWide-ranging tones from Seymour Duncan JN and JB humbuckersThat clear, defined tone you hear out of your amplifier comes courtesy of the Seymour Duncan JN and JB humbuckers in the Kramer Pacer Vintage. The JN at the neck position is tuned for warmer, smoother tone, while the JB at the bridge serves up hot, searing lead tones. For maximum tonal range, dual push/pull volume controls give you access to series and parallel pickup coil configurations.Floyd Rose tremolo leds you shred with exceptional tuning stabilityShredding and wild whammy bar antics go hand in hand, so Kramer gave the Pacer Vintage a smooth Floyd Rose tremolo bridge so you can squeal and divebomb all night long. And because it's got a locking nut, you'll maintain your tuning stability even when you're rocking your Pacer Vintage as hard as you can.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Pacer Vintage have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Pacer Vintage, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Pacer Vintage Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:All-maple guitar based on the original 1983 PacerThin-taper elliptical neck profile sets an ideal foundation for fast fretworkMaple fretboard with 12 radius allows big bends without fretting outJN neck humbucker is wound to 7.74k ohms for warmer, smoother toneJB bridge humbucker is wound to over 16k ohms for hotter, biting tone with excellent definitionPush/pull volume controls let you select series or parallel pickup coil configurationYou're primed for rock and metal with the Kramer Pacer Vintage in your hands! Solidbody Guitars
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Software & Plug-ins - The Waves Kramer Guitar Channel plug-in gives you the tools you need to position your guitars perfectly in the mix. If you're not already familiar with Eddie Kramer, you're undoubtedly familiar with his work. He's the mastermind engineer behind The Beatles All You Need is Love, Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze, Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love, and countless other quintessential hits. Built the Kramer's exact sonic specifications, the Kramer Guitar Channel plug-in puts his ideal signal path for processing guitars, right in your favorite DAW. According to Eddie Kramer, The Guitar Channel plug-in features settings for lead guitars and two types of rhythm guitars. When it comes to lead guitar, I want it to become a living, breathing organism, creating a palpable sense of excitement within in the mix. By combining the right amounts of EQ, compression, delay, reverb, and a touch of flange, these 5 elements, working together, make it come alive. For rhythm guitar, I try to get it in your face as much as possible, without over-processing the sound with EQ. By adjusting the amount of compression, and not overdoing the amount of space, I make sure that the guitar stays up front, where it belongs. Experience the difference perfectly processed guitars can make. Add the Waves Kramer Guitar Channel plug-in to your rig today!Waves Kramer Guitar Channel Plug-in Processor Features at a Glance:Complete all-in-one plug-in processing chain optimized for guitarIncludes Eddie Kramer's own custom guitar processing chainSimple controls make tweaking your guitar sound easyMono-to-stereo and stereo components let you get maximum depth from both stereo and mono tracksProcessing supports 24-bit/96kHz resolution, so you don't have to worry about quality lossPC and Mac compatibleGet Eddie Kramer's legendary guitar sound, with the Kramer Guitar Channel plug-in by Waves! Plug-ins: Virtual Processors
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Software & Plug-ins - The Waves Kramer Bass Channel plug-in gives you total control over your bass sound. If you're not already familiar with Eddie Kramer, you're undoubtedly familiar with his work. He's the mastermind engineer behind The Beatles All You Need is Love, Jimi Hendrix's Purple Haze, Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love, and countless other quintessential hits. Built the Kramer's exact sonic specifications, the Kramer Bass Channel plug-in puts his ideal signal path for processing bass, right in your favorite DAW. According to Eddie Kramer, The idea behind the Eddie Kramer Bass Channel was to create a fat bass sound with a lot of presence, that cuts through without being overbearing. In general, the low-mid frequencies are accentuated, so it really pops on radio mixes. That way, you can always hear it clearly, even at low volumes on small speakers. If you've been looking for the perfect bass-processing plug-in for your rig, this is it! You're going to love mixing with the Kramer Bass Channel by Waves!Waves Kramer Bass Channel Plug-in Processor Features at a Glance:Complete all-in-one plug-in processing chain optimized for bassIncludes Eddie Kramer's own custom bass processing chainSimple controls make tweaking your asdf sound easyMono-to-stereo and stereo components let you get maximum depth from both stereo and mono tracksProcessing supports 24-bit/96kHz resolution, so you don't have to worry about quality lossGet Eddie Kramer's legendary bass sound, with the Kramer Bass Channel plug-in by Waves! Plug-ins: Virtual Processors
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Electric Guitars - Kramer's The 84 is based on the '84 Baretta solidbody electric that helped define the sound of shredtastic '80s rock. Eddie Van Halen played and endorsed them early on, and just one look will tell you why. The 84 is equipped for no-nonsense, fast-paced performance. The single Seymour Duncan JB humbucker at the bridge boasts aggressive output that's enhanced by the lack of a tone circuit. From the 12 fretboard radius to the Floyd Rose trem, The 84 is made to shred. With Kramer's The 84 solidbody electric guitar, any amplifier will be at your mercy. Kramer The 84 Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Get both humbucking and single-coil tones from one Seymour Duncan JB pickupFloyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityKramer: rocking hard since the '80sGet both humbucking and single-coil tones from one Seymour Duncan JB pickupMost guitarists at Sweetwater would agree that on such a shred-ready guitar such as Kramer's The 84, it would almost be insulting to put a neck pickup on it. But Kramer also wants to give you sonically-versatile, wide-ranging tone. So they equipped The 84 with a Seymour Duncan JB humbucker, known for its exceptionally strong output and clear, articulate highs. And you've got a push/pull coil tap in the volume control of The 84, so you've also got single-coil tones ready to rock too.Floyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityAs shredding and wild whammy bar antics go hand in hand, Kramer gave The 84 a smooth Floyd Rose tremolo bridge so you can squeal and divebomb all night long. And because it's got a locking nut, you'll maintain your tuning stability even when you're rocking The 84 as hard as you can.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like The 84 have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with Kramer's The 84, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer The 84 Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Metal-focused guitar based on Kramer's 1984 BarettaAll-maple design enhances snap and attack in your toneSeymour Duncan JB humbucker has a hot signal output with exceptional clarity and definitionPush/pull coil tap lets you switch between humbucking and single-coil tonesFloyd Rose tremolo with locking nut lets you perform big bends and divebombs while maintaining tuningKramer's The 84 is a shredder's dream come true! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - The Kramer Baretta Special solidbody electric guitar is the perfect way to enter the world of rock and metal guitar. You'll have aggressive tone from the Alnico V humbucking pickup as soon as you plug into your amplifier. And the Baretta Special has a shred-friendly 12-radius fretboard, which makes it easy to play fast and make big bends without fretting out. Factor in the vintage tremolo bridge and the comfortably-curvy body and you've got a big value in a low-priced instrument. Start shredding the right way, with a Kramer Baretta Special from Sweetwater!Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world, and you can tap into that experience yourself with the Baretta Special. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Baretta Special, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Baretta Special Solidbody Electric Guitar Features at a Glance:Ideal guitar for aspiring shredders and rock guitaristsResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for comfortable playingHumbucking pickup with Alnico V magnets serves up epic rock toneRosewood fretboard has a 12 radius, perfect for fast playing Vintage tremolo bridge lets you play with extra expressionStart shredding the right way, with the Kramer Baretta Special! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220 solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two humbuckers with Alnico V magnets for hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a Tune-o-matic for unrivaled tuning stability. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220!Kramer Assault 220 Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Alnico V humbuckers give you bold, aggressive toneKramer: rocking hard since the '80sAlnico V humbuckers give you bold, aggressive toneKramer equipped the Assault 220 with a pair of Alnico V humbucking pickups to give you aggressive tone that hits your amplifier with plenty of strength. Humbuckers with Alnico V magnets are known to have an aggressive, punchy sound that's perfect for high-octane rock and metal. So no matter what amplifier or modeler you plug into, the Kramer Assault 220 is primed to rock.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220 have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220 Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual humbuckers with Alnico V have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide maple neck plays fast and smoothTune-o-matic bridge to ultra-stable tuning and no string crosstalk while bendingGrab the Kramer Assault 220, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two EMG humbuckers with hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a Tune-o-matic for unrivaled tuning stability. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG!Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide-ranging tones from EMG humbuckersKramer: rocking hard since the '80sWide-ranging tones from EMG humbuckersThat clear, defined tone you hear out of your amplifier comes courtesy of the EMG 85 and 81 humbuckers in the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG. The EMG 85 at the neck position is tuned for warmer, smoother tone, while the EMG 81 at the bridge serves up hot, searing lead tones. For maximum tonal range, dual push/pull volume controls give you access to series and parallel pickup coil configurations.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220 Plus EMG have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual EMG humbuckers have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide maple neck plays fast and smoothPush/pull volume controls let you select series or parallel pickup coil configurationTune-o-matic bridge to ultra-stable tuning and no string crosstalk while bendingGrab the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two Seymour Duncan humbuckers with hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a plus a Floyd Rose tremolo with locking nut for wild dive bombs that don't leave you out of tune. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan!Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide-ranging tones from Seymour Duncan humbuckersFloyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityKramer: rocking hard since the '80sWide-ranging tones from Seymour Duncan humbuckersThat clear, defined tone you hear out of your amplifier comes courtesy of the Seymour Duncan Alternative 8 and '59 Classic humbuckers in the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan. The '59 Classic at the neck position is tuned for warmer, smoother tone, while the Alternative 8 at the bridge serves up hot, searing lead tones. For maximum tonal range, dual push/pull volume controls give you access to series and parallel pickup coil configurations.Floyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityShredding and wild whammy bar antics go hand in hand, so Kramer gave Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan a smooth Floyd Rose tremolo bridge so you can squeal and divebomb all night long. And because it's got a locking nut, you'll maintain your tuning stability even when you're rocking the Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan as hard as you can.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual Seymour Duncan humbuckers have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide maple neck plays fast and smoothPush/pull volume controls let you select series or parallel pickup coil configurationFloyd Rose tremolo bridge with locking nut for expressive playing and stable tuningGrab the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two EMG humbuckers with hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a plus a Floyd Rose tremolo with locking nut for wild dive bombs that don't leave you out of tune. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG!Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide-ranging tones from EMG humbuckersFloyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityKramer: rocking hard since the '80sWide-ranging tones from EMG humbuckersThat clear, defined tone you hear out of your amplifier comes courtesy of the EMG 85 and 81 humbuckers in the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG. The EMG 85 at the neck position is tuned for warmer, smoother tone, while the EMG 81 at the bridge serves up hot, searing lead tones. For maximum tonal range, dual push/pull volume controls give you access to series and parallel pickup coil configurations.Floyd Rose tremolo gives you expressiveness and tuning stabilityShredding and wild whammy bar antics go hand in hand, so Kramer gave Assault 220 Plus EMG a smooth Floyd Rose tremolo bridge so you can squeal and divebomb all night long. And because it's got a locking nut, you'll maintain your tuning stability even when you're rocking the Assault 220 Plus EMG as hard as you can.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220 Plus EMG have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual EMG humbuckers have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide maple neck plays fast and smoothPush/pull volume controls let you select series or parallel pickup coil configurationFloyd Rose tremolo bridge with locking nut for expressive playing and stable tuningGrab the Kramer Assault 220 Plus EMG, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
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Electric Guitars - Pick up the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan solidbody electric guitar, and you've got a rockin' instrument at a great value. This single-cutaway guitar offers clean access to all 24 frets You get two Seymour Duncan humbuckers with hot tone, a push/pull tone control to change the neck pickup from series to parallel, plus a Tune-o-matic for unrivaled tuning stability. So call Sweetwater for the shred-ready guitar that's within anyone's reach - the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan!Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:Wide-ranging tones from Seymour Duncan humbuckersKramer: rocking hard since the '80sWide-ranging tones from Seymour Duncan humbuckersThat clear, defined tone you hear out of your amplifier comes courtesy of the Seymour Duncan Alternative 8 and '59 Classic humbuckers in the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan. The '59 Classic at the neck position is tuned for warmer, smoother tone, while the Alternative 8 at the bridge serves up hot, searing lead tones. For maximum tonal range, dual push/pull volume controls give you access to series and parallel pickup coil configurations.Kramer: rocking hard since the '80sKramer guitars were at the forefront of the '80s metal scene, with endorsements from pros like Eddie Van Halen, Neil Schon, Richie Sambora and others. Kramer guitars like this Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan have been the guitar of choice for some of the hardest rocking guitarists in the world. You're getting more than a great value with the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan, you're getting a guitar that's built to rock.Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:Rock-ready guitar with a single-cutaway designResonant mahogany body has smooth curves for maximum playing comfortDual Seymour Duncan humbuckers have a strong output and aggressive toneSlim, wide mahogany neck plays fast and smoothPush/pull volume controls let you select series or parallel pickup coil configurationTune-o-matic bridge to ultra-stable tuning and no string crosstalk while bendingGrab the Kramer Assault 220 Plus Seymour Duncan, crank up your amplifier, and rock out! Solidbody Guitars
$630 Go to
Sweetwater