Striker 211 Powerful Design, Strikingly Versatile Striker 211 Striker 211
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Striker 211
Kramer has established the standard for the "shred" guitar for nearly three decades, and the Striker 211 and Striker 211 Custom will carry the flag for the next generation to come. In the shred boom of the mid-1980s, Kramer was the #1 selling electric guitar brand in the world, and its fast, powerful designs set the pace for countless other makers to follow. Endorsements from no less than Vivian Campbell, Edward Van Halen, Jeff Golub, Brad Gillis, Neil Schon and Richie Sambora showed that Kramer was leader of the pack for players who were serious about tone and speed.

Like so many great Kramers before them, the Striker 211 and Striker 211 Custom embody all the elements that this fast, furious breed of guitar playing demands, and round them up in one superbly smooth and playable instrument that lets you slam the accelerator with confidence. The popular H/S/S pickup format gives you a versatile range of voices, from scream to sultry, while a wide, slim neck allows maximum speed, and the full scale length provides optimum resonance, clarity and punch. On the Striker 211 Custom a licensed Floyd Rose™ vibrato tailpiece succumbs to your every wobble, whammy and dive, while a through-body, hardtail bridge with fully adjustable saddles gives the Striker 211 superb sustain. Both models look great, naturally, with a striking flame-maple top enhanced by your choice of Trans Black, Trans Purple, and Fireburst finishes, with black thorn inlays on a hard maple fingerboard.
 
Pricing & Finish Options
  • Fireburst w/Floyd Rose™
    $633.99msrp
  • Trans Black w/Floyd Rose™
    $633.99msrp
  • Fireburst
    $499.99msrp
Product Features
  • Solid mahogany body with highly figured flame maple top
  • Maple neck with popular slim, wide neck profile
  • 1 Alnico V humbucking pickup, 2 Alnico V single coil pickups
  • Floyd Rose™ vibrato or string-through bridge with adjustable saddles
  • One Master volume control with treble-bleed, two tone controls, and a five-way switch
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