Enter Kramer’s Assault 220FR, designed with the classic maple-mahogany tone wood combination and single-cutaway styling made famous by Gibson’s Les Paul way back in 1952, but updated with a sharper body horn, glued-in mahogany neck, and shred-certified 25-1/2” scale length. They are thinner and lighter than most single cutaways.
The Assault 220FR guitar is loaded with firepower with a pair of high-output Alnico V humbucking pickups, and finished off with contemporary high-performance hardware. And, on the Assault 220 FR, there’s a Licensed Floyd Rose vibrato with locking tuning system for all your deep-divebombing action. For speed, lead, crunch and chunk – as well as all your sweeter, mellower moments – the impressively versatile Assault 220FR is the only weapon that plenty of rockers will need.
Kramer Assault 220FR Guitar with Floyd Rose Features
- Solid Mahogany body with carved maple top
- Rosewood Fingerboard with thorn Inlays
- Dual Humbucker pickups
- Coil tapping volume and tone knobs
- Premium zinc tuners with efficient 14:1 turn ratio
- Licensed Floyd Rose vibrato with locking tuning system
High-octane shred axes traditionally tend toward the offset-double-cutaway body designs, or updates on the classic V and Explorer shapes, but plenty of players would love to put the timeless singlecut rock weapon through the high-speed, high-gain paces.