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Kramer Baretta Special Maple Fingerboard Electric Guitar White


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This budget-friendly retro weapon is ready to rock.

The Kramer Baretta Special electric guitar with maple fingerboard is a great way for new players to discover a rock history classic at an accessible price. It features a powerful Alnico V “zebra-coil” humbucker with a single volume control, a tone-rich mahogany body and a Kramer Traditional tremolo. The slim profile bolt-on maple neck has a maple fingerboard with black dot inlays, a 12" radius, 25.5” scale and 22 medium-jumbo frets. The traditional Kramer headstock (in matching finish) has a truss rod with a ‘bullet’ cover with Baretta Special in white and the historic Kramer logo.

Like the original Baretta, the Baretta Special is powered by an Alnico V open-coil “zebra” humbucker with a single volume control. The Alnico V humbucker offers powerful volume and crunch, as well as superb articulation for solos. The Baretta Special also comes with Kramer Deluxe die-cast machine heads with a 14:1 tuning ratio and a Kramer Traditional tremolo.

  • Body shape: Double cutaway
  • Body type: Solid body
  • Body wood: Mahogany
  • Body finish: Gloss
  • Orientation: Right-handed
  • Neck shape: Slim
  • Neck wood: Maple
  • Joint: Bolt on
  • Scale length: 25.5"
  • Truss rod: Standard
  • Material: Maple
  • Radius: 12 in.
  • Fret size: Medium-jumbo
  • Number of frets: 22
  • Inlays: Black dots
  • Nut width/material: Locking
  • Configuration: H
  • Bridge: Alnico V zebra coil humbucker
  • Brand: Kramer
  • Active or passive pickups: Passive
  • Series or parallel: Series
  • Control layout: Volume 1, Volume 2, Master Tone
  • Pickup switch: 3-way selector
  • Bridge type: Tremolo
  • Bridge design: Kramer traditional tremolo
  • Tuning machines: Die-cast


  • Mahogany body
  • Slim profile bolt-on maple neck
  • Maple fingerboard with 22 medium-jumbo frets and black dot inlays
  • Alnico V "zebra-coil" humbucker

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