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Kramer Announces Striker High-Performance Electric Guitar Collection | Guitare.com

Kramer has announced its collection of high-performance Striker electric guitars, with three different configurations for guitarists to choose from.

The Striker HSS, Striker Figured HSS Floyd Rose and Striker Figured HSS Stoptail feature a satin maple neck with a Kramer K-Speed ​​SlimTaper C profile, with an optional hard case available for purchase.

The Striker HSS is available in left-handed and right-handed configurations, with three Alnico 5 pickups, including a zebra coil bridge humbucker and two single coils. The guitar also features a licensed Floyd-Rose locking tremolo and is available in Jumper Red, Ebony and Majestic Purple colorways.

The Striker Figured HSS Floyd Rose features two single-coil pickups in a setup, according to Kramer, designed for a wide range of styles. The guitar comes stock with a licensed Floyd-Rose locking tremolo, while the Striker Figured HSS Stoptail features an Epiphone LockTone Tune-O-Matic bridge and Stop Bar tailpiece.

Kramer also released a video showcasing the Striker collection. Watch it below.

The Striker Collection is available through Kramer’s website and at authorized dealers nationwide in the United States. The Striker HSS retails for $349, the Striker Figured HSS Floyd Rose for $399, and the Striker Figured HSS Stoptail for $379.

Guitare.com previously featured Kramer Baretta ‘Feral Cat’ & The 84 ‘The Illusionist’ custom graphics series on The Big Review, giving the 1980s-inspired guitars an overall rating of 8/10 for their “outrageous” sound. Reviewer Darran Charles called the guitars “two of the best sounding, most immediate rock guitars we’ve played”, praising the growl, power, definition and clarity offered in the tone of both guitars.

In other recent guitar news, Squier has released a selection of new Vintage Edition models as part of its extensive 40th anniversary celebration. The collection includes a Tele, Strat and Jazzmaster, as well as Precision and Jazz bass models, featuring distressed chrome hardware paired with satin urethane finishes to project subtle Road Worn vibes. The limited-edition selection retails for a slightly higher price than what we normally get with Squier at an RRP of £499.