Gary Kramer releases F-1, 7-string, 36-fret guitar

The newest addition to the Delta Wing series guitars, Gary Kramer Guitar has announced the "F-1" guitar. The "F-1" guitar was named for the reason of having 1 pickup, 7 strings, and 36 frets. This "F-1" is a true wizard instrument that is not for the inexperienced.

Gary Kramer F-1 Guitar

Seven-string guitars have been designed and constructed for years, while the vast majority of these instruments have inherited construction parameters from their six-string relatives. While designing the "F-1" guitar, the goal was to utilize a double-extended approach to the six-string guitars.

The "F-1" features increased sonic range which stretches from low B, all the way to a 4th octave of high E. Taking the length of the "F-1"'s neck into consideration, it was imperative to be perfectly stable. Therefore, it was decided to construct the "F-1" using a five-piece lamination process. This design required only the best quality of well seasoned, quartersawn Wenge/Maple combinations. For increased playability the fingerboard utilizes two different fret sizes. Medium jumbo frets are installed from the 1st to the 24th fret position, with Vintage-sized wire running from the 24th to the 36th fret positions. Unlike other seven-string necks, the shape is the heart and soul of this instrument. The "F-1"'s unique flat-neck profile provides thundering amounts of sustain.

The Delta Wing design approach allows for maximum ergonomics, perfect balance and easy access to the extended upper register.

MSRP $1495.00

Hard Shell Case Included

You can check out the "F-1" guitar at

Share This Article

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

Cuz the metal heads didn't already play enough notes.

That's just stupid.

This axe is lovely, however they need a greater cutaway from the 24fret back towards the bridge.

I've seen other 36 fret guitars with better access to the higher frets, even tho I very much doubt you'd often use all the 36 frets, altho I'd certainly give it a bash.

Lucas from OZ.

Nice concept, ugly shape...

yeah agree with the ponches

awesome , after 24 i'd remove every other fret and cut the bottom off. Body is ugly.

I played this guitar. Here's my take on it..

The body shape is actually a plus as it is extremely ergonomic. My first thought was "what a ridiculous body shape", but after playing it, I was impressed with the ergonomics.

There is no room to pick! That is one of the most stupid things about this guitar's design. There's like barely an inch between the humbucker and the fretboard. Where the HECK are you supposed to pick?!

Frets 24 and up are completely USELESS unless you are a rat. The only use I can see is Satriani type pick tapping. Yeah. We really need a special 36 fret guitar for pick tapping.

I also played the 24 fret Floyd Rose stocked Delta Wing. I am seriously mulling buying one of those. I had no complaints with that one.

This Guitar looks awesome!
Think of the possibilities with all these extra notes, its practically a piano just in the shape and legend of a guitar! why are all you fuck whits calling it stupid? probably cant even handle a 19 fret guitar eh?

That ponches guy up top is a dick. Im a metal head and thats right I DO WANT MORE NOTES!!!! Hey ponch, check out that micro-tonal guitar and commit suicide.

I'm gonna agree with Bigshred on this one...Diego and Barrier of Pain, get outta here...

Post new comment

The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly.
This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. Do not include any spaces in your answer.
Copy the characters (respecting upper/lower case) from the image.

Contact | Contents | Privacy Policy | Forum

This site is published by Hitsquad Pty Ltd. Copyright © 1999 - 2018 , All Rights Reserved.