Kramer Pacer Vintage Satchel Electric Guitar (Purple)


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Styled in the image of the original Kramer Pacer from the 80’s with its scaled down double-cutaway maple body, this guitar recaptures the metal craze of the 1980’s in all its glory. A bolt-on 25.5"-scale maple neck has been carved into an ultra-fast thin taper profile and topped with 22 Jumbo frets for extremely fast playability and effortless string-bending.

This Pacer is powered by a pair of Seymour Duncan Alnico V humbucking pickups with a master volume, and a 3-way selector. These pickups will deliver a wide range of tones from retro, to up to the minute metal. The blacked out hardware includes a Floyd Rose Tremolo Bridge with Locking Nut, which will add a whole new dimension to your playing. Case not included.

  • Maple Body
  • Maple Neck and Fingerboard
  • 25.5" scale
  • 12" radius
  • Single Master Volume - with Miniature Three-way Toggle
  • USA Seymour Duncan pickups
  • Floyd Rose Tremolo Bridge with Locking Nut
  • Premium Die-cast Tuners
  • Case not included

Get your Kramer Pacer Vintage Satchel Electric Guitar today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

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Sick Brah!


from Indianapolis, IN


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      Super fast neck, like fast enough Einstein's theory of special relativity is broken. Satchel is known for technique, ripping tone, and being a joker. However, even though Steel Panther is a parody band, their guitarist is incredible. Extreme stability of the trem and screaming tone can be heard on all of the Steel Panther records mainly recorded with this guitar. Also, the purple is actually really pretty in person. The only downside to this guitar is the clean tones which are "meh", meaning not real round like I like my clean tones to be, but in my opinion guitars should be one trick ponies. Normally when a guitar tries to do too much it becomes a mediocre bunch of sounds. Sick guitar brah!

      *Hands on review by Christopher M. from store 57 in Indianapolis.

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