With one inspired by a Hot Wheels toy car!
Kramer Guitars, specialising in shred-ready guitars for rock and metal guitarists, have released their new Custom Graphics Collection. The selection of guitars is inspired by all things ’80s and reflect the fun and energised attitude of Kramer.
What you need to know:
- Kramer Guitars have launched a new range of axes inspired by ’80s pop culture.
- Custom Graphics Collection takes design cues from Hot Wheels cars to retro snakeskin patterns.
- The limited edition range of guitars are available right now.
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From Eddie Van Halen to Richie Sambora, 80’s rock and metal legends love Kramer guitars. With this in mind, they have released a new range inspired by ’80s popular culture in the form of the Custom Graphics Collection.
There’s six unique guitars on offer here, with finishes including leopard-print, snakeskin, a white lotus flower, a trippy optical illusion, Hot Wheels flames and danger tape on a white and red backdrop.
“The newly launched Kramer Custom Graphics Collection is a celebration of Kramer’s iconic designs and 1980s history,” says Krista Gilley, Director of Brands, Gibson Brands.
The guitars features slight tweaks between them, but all come equipped with Seymour Duncan pickups, Floyd Rose locking nuts, alder bodies and maple necks.
Five of the guitars are based off their iconic double cutaway classic Baretta model, with ‘The Illusionist’ guitar based on The 84 model.
All six Custom Graphics Collection guitars are available for purchase right now
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