Kramer Baretta Electric Guitar - Blue Sparkle with Flames with EVH D-Tuna... Open Box Demo
For shredders in the early 1980s, the Kramer Baretta represented something of a dream guitar (thanks to a young guitarist with a penchant for Frankensteining homemade guitars). The Baretta encapsulates everything that was bodacious about that coveted double-cutaway classic and catapults it into the 21st century. This high-performance axe features an alder body, so it exhibits a balanced sound with long sustain that blends perfectly in a busy mix of drums, bass, guitars, and even a synth or two. Its ruler-flat 12.6-inch-radius fingerboard ensures lightning-fast playability. Plug into your favorite high-gain stack, and you’ll be greeted by classic hot-rodded humbucker tones, courtesy of a slanted Seymour Duncan JB bridge pickup. No guitar would be shred worthy without a double-locking tremolo, and the Baretta includes the gold standard — a Floyd Rose — complete with an EVH D-Tuna for stress-free access to Drop D tuning. The Baretta features head-turning "Hot Rod" body graphics, rock-solid die-cast tuners, and an eye-grabbing banana-style headstock.
Based on every 1980s-era shredder’s dream guitar with head-turning "Hot Rod" graphics
Alder body exhibits a balanced sound with super-long sustain
3-piece maple neck features a lightning-fast 12.6-inch-radius fingerboard with a 25.5-inch scale and 22 jumbo frets
Slanted zebra-colored Seymour Duncan JB humbucker boasts plenty of output without sacrificing tone
Single knurled volume knob provides all the control you need
Floyd Rose 1000 Series double-locking trem for dive-bombing, shrieking, squealing, and fluttering
EVH D-Tuna gives you instant Drop D tuning
Floyd Rose LRT-L40 Trem Stop keeps your trem in tune and in control
Rock-solid mini die-cast machine heads
Eye-grabbing banana-style headstock
** This is a brand new guitar that has been opened and put on display in our store. Thus, "Open Box Demo."