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Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by TomPerverteau, Jun 17, 2012.
I got another Striker. Korean-made around 2001. This one is red!
that looks awesome. nice score man
Congrats! That guitar looks HUGE!!!
That is so awesome!!!
Looks like a sweet axe. I dont know if it is just my eyes playing tricks on me, but is that neck huge? It just looks huge to me.
Well, it's a seven string.
whoa! Blonde maple fingerboard! Awesome to see on a sevenstring
Damn that Red is slick.
But damn that headstock looks oversized compared to the body.
Wounder how it'd be with a reversed headstock, probably VERY love\hate
Been wanting one of theese for a while.. HNGD!
I also have a blue one just like it. These maple-fretboard Kramer 7s are fairly uncommon. Some of them are pretty good. They can be had for cheap.
Yes, the headstock is a bit...much. And it's black, which is my least favorite feature on these guitars. But they really are a great value if you can find them. Solid alder body, maple fretboard, good brand all at a low price.
I did not even know Kramer made 7-string guitars.
I had no idea these existed, that looks incredible. Love the red and the blonde maple fretboard, and especially love that ridiculously sized headstock. HNGD!
They haven't made 7s in a long time. Their new stuff is getting raves, but no 7s again this year! The rat-bastards.
Congrats! Looks awesome man!
That finish is so awesome. And I used to hate red finishes. This looks like candy, in the best possible way. Goes very well with that maple fretboard, too. Happy NGD!
Sweet score! You could play hockey with that headstock \m/
Anybody thinking what Im thinking? The resemblance is uncanny.
Now, get back to work on your Warmoth 7.
Minus the arms' hair
red + maple = coolness