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Baretta Vintage
Kramer is the number one name in high-performance guitars for high-performance rockers, and the new 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, Floyd Rose™ tremolo, and a stunning Vintage White or Candy Blue finish, this shred machine is a true work horse.

Looking beneath the first-class hardware and electronics, the Baretta Vintage has the right tonewoods to back it all up. Its body is crafted from solid Maple, a legendary wood for use in electric guitars. The bolt-on neck is carved from hard Maple with a glued-on Rosewood fingerboard, and is built to the 25 1/2” scale length that many shredders prefer, which offers tight, thumping lows and shimmering harmonics. A fast, slim neck profile, 22 medium-jumbo frets, and a 14" fingerboard radius combine to make the Baretta Vintage superbly playable.

For no-nonsense rock action, the Baretta Loaded with a single high-output Seymour Duncan® JB™ humbucker pickup in the bridge position with push/pull series parallel coil tapping and a Floyd Rose® "double-locking" vibrato unit provides all the divebombing action you can whip up, while premium die cast tuners with an efficient 14:1 gear ratio help to keep the whole package true to pitch. Each guitar includes a warranty card and 10-foot cord. Check out the Baretta Vintage today at your authorized Kramer dealer, and prepare to get lay down some hot licks in legendary style.
 
Pricing & Finish Options
  • Candy Blue
  • Vintage White
Product Features
  • Maple Body
  • Maple Neck with Rosewood Fingerboard
  • 25.5" scale
  • 14" radius
  • 1 Volume w/ push pull series parallel coil tap
  • Floyd Rose
  • Bridge-Seymour Duncan JB
  • Dot inlays
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