Kramer announces the Pacer Classic Guitar

Kramer Guitars has announced the upcoming release of the Pacer Classic. This new model‘s specs’ are off of the famed 1983 USA Pacer and is a classic shredder’s guitar! The Pacer Classic’s body, neck and electronics layout is spot on to the 1983 Kramer Pacer, which was famed for its versatility and playability. No wonder every guitar player from that era were Kramer endorsees!

Pacer Classic Guitar

A little modern history: The Pacer’s beak headstock and classic 80’s block logo top off this classic Kramer with a locking nut to keep you in tune. You vintage Kramer nuts will notice we moved the truss rod adjustment to the headstock, but that’s the only difference in the Classic’s neck from the original. Just so you know Kramer was the #1 selling guitar brand in the world in the mid 80’s!

Pacer Classic Guitar

The playground: Classic dot inlays on a satin finished, thin tapered Maple neck with jumbo frets. No splice joint here folks, it’s all one piece topped with a Maple board.

Pacer Classic Guitar

The guts! A Mahogany body loaded with classic Alnico magnet pups, with a volume, volume, tone control layout with a 3-way mini-toggle. The variety of tones are MANY! We’ve also added a treble bleed mod to the volume controls to keep that sparkle when you back down the decibels. It’s topped off with a Floyd Rose TM tremolo system for all the dive bombs you can handle while staying in tune.

Pacer Classic Guitar

Body Material: Mahogany

Neck Material: Hard Maple, Satin Finish

Neck Shape: Thin Taper C-Shape

Neck Joint: Bolt-on

Truss Rod: 2-way adjustable

Scale Length: 25.5”

Fingerboard: Maple

Neck Pickup: 900R

Bridge Pickup: 910T

Controls: Neck Volume, Bridge Volume, Tone and 3-way mini-toggle selection switch

Fingerboard Radius: 12″

Frets: 22; medium-jumbo

Bridge: Floyd Rose Tremolo

Nut Width: 43mm

Hardware: Black

Machine Heads: Die cast

Colors: Pearl White, Candy Red

Warranty: Kramer Limited Lifetime

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