Kramer Pacer American Electric Guitar Vintage 1987
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-07-11)
Price : US $335
1986-87 Pacer ''Pointy'' headstock
In 1986 Kramer added the ''pointy-droopy'' variety of headstocks. Kramer went with the new ''diminishing'' logo in 1987 which featured a large ''K'' with the subsequent letters getting smaller as they go.
In 1987, except for the Pacer Deluxe, the bodies were changed from the round-ish strat style to the Jackson-influenced ''sharp-radiused'' body which featured more cornered shaped edges, longer horns and thicker shoulders.The Pacers that utilized this new body was the Pacer Imperial, still with 2 hums but now the bridge hum was angled. The new ones were the Custom I and Custom II. The Custom I was actually just called the Custom early on. It had the HSS configuration with the slanted hum, 1 vol, 3 on-off switches and a coil tap for the hum.The Custom II was basically the same guitar but the hum was straight, not angled and it sported 1 vol, 2 tones, 5 way select and coil tap.Necks at this time were also slimmed down from the thicker necks of the Banana era and began to see a little more consistency among models. Also, bodies were utilizing lighter woods in the imported era. This era also summoned the Floyd Rose recess cavity in the body around the E12XXX serials.1986-90 Note: No necks are the same. Profiles, radii, shapes and edges all varied. As with all Kramer eras, there is no set measurement, however, compared to the others beside the Strat head era, this is the most consistent headstock shape.
This Kramer Pacer is Made in the USA is in Excellent condition and sounds great.
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This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-07-11)
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