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Does anyone read this forum?

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Occasionally I do, but I don't have anything to contribute here I think, same as with the Steinberger, Baldwin and Slingerland subforums.

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Well I think it's just you and me Capmaster. If you ever get a Kramer, let me know and we will talk about it! LOL

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I had an American Kramer long ago, end of the 80's. Haven't even seen one in at least 15 years, so no, I don't read this one.

 

rct

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never... until I saw the question.. Weird huh?

Well now that your on this forum, you need to go buy an old Kramer and then we can talk about it. LOL

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I do want an old Kramer, but hens teeth and rocking horse poo are more prevalent in my neck of the woods!

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I'm pretty new to Gibson.com so I'm reading all the forums. I don't know much about today's production Kramer guitars but in 2008 I got to meet and spend some time talking to Gary Kramer at the NAMM show in Anaheim. I expected a vintage '80s conversation but was surprised at Gary's forward looking perspective on the electric guitar. While he still stands by his old creations, (no matter who's producing / selling them), his own focus is very much today and tomorrow.

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My Kramer Focus 3000 was my main guitar for more than 20 years, still in good shape.

Based on your answers, there doesn't seem to be many Kramer owners out there...

//Robert

 

 

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I was just wondering of anyone reads this Kramer forum.

 

I usually hit the "view new content" link, which covers all the forums. I would not have seen this thread otherwise. :)

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Pictures, or it didn't happen [flapper] I think I wouldn't even take them as an assault [lol]

 

But seriously, I LOVE Floyd Rose systems. There are six of 'em in my arsenal. Removing FRs could INDEED be considered an assault... [rolleyes]

 

A Flock Of Seagulls guitarist Paul Reynolds played Kramers with aluminum neck, and for a while I dreamt of them. (Or should I have said, quoting from their "Space Age Love Song" lyrics: 'For a little while / I was falling in love' ;) ) Their forked headstocks looked really extraordinary. He also played fairly often Gibson Firebirds.

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There were two Kramer solid-bodies hanging on the 'used guitar' wall at Guitar Center the other day.

Both quite old, and well-used.

 

Kind of cool seeing some Kramers in the line-up!

[biggrin]

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