Kramer SM1 Electric Guitar

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Product Description

The Kramer SM1 Electric Guitar has a sleek Mahogany neck through body for unsurpassed sustain and resonance. The comfortable 25.5 inch scale and 24 fret playground topped with an Ebony fingerboard will help cut through the mix when needed. The SM1’s recessed Floyd Rose provides solid reliability for the most aggressive dives and pulls.

The pickups are controlled by 1 volume, 1 tone and a 5-way position selector, but that's not all. The Kramer SM1 guitar features a unique push/pull switch on the volume control that will engage the bridge pickup in any of the 5-way's positions. Combine this and the mini-toggle coil tap switch and a world of tones are at your fingertips with the SM1!

Product Specifications
Kramer SM1 Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Bridge: Recessed Floyd Rose tremolo
  • Controls:
    • 1 Volume with push-pull feature that engages the bridge pick up in any of the 5-way selector switch's positions
    • 1 Tone
    • Mini toggle for coil tapping
  • Inlays: Historic Kramer
  • Body: Mahogany (Neck-Thru)
  • Neck: Mahogany with Ebony fingerboard
  • Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan JB (Vintage White), EMG 81TW (Black)
  • Middle Pickup: Seymour Duncan Hot Rails (Vintage White), EMG SA (Black)
  • Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan Hot Rails (Vintage White), EMG SA (Black)
  • Radius: 14 in.
  • Frets: 24
  • Scale: 25.5 in.
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Mahogany neck thru body EMG pickups and a real Floyd, what could go wrong? Well for starters it needed $100 worth of fret work and due to the neck radius vs the floyd radius the action can only be so low. The finish is decent but the could have filled the body joint a bit better so it isn't so noticeable. No instructions or owners manual of any kind came with my guitar. Not sure if that's standard or if AMS forgot to include it. With all the switching this guitar does that would be nice to have. That's the bad. The good, the guitar sounds awesome. Lots of tonal capabilities. The neck is a bit chunky but nice. Overall had I played it in the music store I would have passed at the current asking price. Now after having the fret work done I'm stuck with it. Should include some sort of case for the money.
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