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Kramer Purple Passion Pacer Giveaway

Kramer Purple Passion Pacer Giveaway

You could WIN this Kramer Purple Passion Pacer Classic in this all-new giveaway!


Kramer Pacer Classic Electric Guitar - Purple Passion Metallic

The Pacer Classic is part of Kramer's Original Collection and is a superb tribute to the original 1982 Kramer that knocked the guitar world for a loop. The Pacer Classic is built for speed, with a 25.5" scale maple neck with a Kramer K-Speed SlimTaper™ C profile and 22 medium jumbo frets. The Pacer Classic has chrome hardware, an alder double-cutaway body, a pair of double white, open-coil Alnico Classic 5 humbuckers™, and a licensed Floyd Rose® Tremolo bridge and R2 Locking Nut. Available in Radio Blue Metallic, Scarlet Red Metallic, and Purple Passion Metallic gloss finishes. An optional hardshell case is available.

Kramer
$379.00


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