Kramer Baretta Vintage Floyd Rose Electric Guitar

Based on specs from the 1985 Baretta, the Baretta Vintage has the iconic offset double-cut body and "hockey" headstock that rocked the world decades ago.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Seymour Duncan JB pickups Hotter output and smooth, vintage feel
14" Fretboard Radius Flatter fretboard radius for faster playing
Floyd Rose locking tremolo Stays in tune through dive bombs or light vibratos
Maple neck Bright tone, full sustain and strength

Kramer is the number one name in high-performance guitars for high-performance rockers, and the Baretta Vintage has a pedigree like few instruments out there. Based on specifications off the original 1985 Kramer Baretta, the Baretta Vintage has the distinctive offset double-cutaway body and "hockey" headstock that set the rock world on fire nearly 30 years ago, while providing the power and playability required to do justice to its namesake. With a Seymour Duncan JB humbucker pickup, and Floyd Rose tremolo, this shred machine is a true work horse.

- Body: Double-cutaway
- Headstock: "Hockey"
- Pickup: Syemour Duncan JB humbucker
- Tremolo: Floyd Rose
- Radius: 14"
- Frets: 24
- Scale: 25.5"
- Neck & Fingerboard: Bolt-On, Maple neck
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Pewter Gray
Shipping Weight: 11.5 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 41 x 17 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): KBVRPGBF1
Ruby Red
Shipping Weight: 11.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 42 x 18 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): KBVRRUBF1

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: (800) 444-2766

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (6 ratings)
Submitted September 23, 2019 by Kenneth Sudduth in Omaha, NE
"A lot of guitar for the price!"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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The Kramer Baretta was the guitar I wanted as a teenager but could never afford. For the price, you get an amazing guitar with an actual Floyd Rose (FR1000 series) not a licensed one and a Seymour Duncan JB instead of branded pick ups and it has a push/pull volume knob for coil tapping. Plus, it's a solid Maple body and neck with a very nice Rosewood fretboard. In comparison to similar priced guitars, such as Jackson's X series, you would only get a Floyd Rose Special and Jackson branded pick ups or Duncan Designed ones. In order to not get licensed bridges and pick ups, you would have to spend hundreds more. The fit and finish on the guitar is excellent. The fret edges along the neck are tapered and very smooth; no sharp edges at all. The neck fits snug into the body of the guitar. The grain of the Rosewood fretboard is tight and didn't show any blemishes. The paint job was flawless; I purchased the Vintage White. Because of the maple body, it's a tad heavy, similar to Les Paul weight. The neck is very thin, like a Jackson's and the width of the fretboard is narrower and not as beefy as the maple one on the Kramer "84" Bullseye or Diver Down guitars. I personally like a thinner "speed" neck, some don't; that's all just personal preference. The back of the neck has a nice polyurethane finish that gives it a slick smooth feel. The guitar plays really nice. Like any bolt on neck, upper fret access is OK, not as nice and comfortable as a neck through. The Floyd stays in tune after read more a serious work out. The pick up sounds great whether clean or dirty. I would recommend this guitar, for the price you get a lot.

Musical Background:
Jam at home and play in churches praise band

Musical Style:
Rock, praise and worship
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