The Kramer Striker 211 electric guitar features a double-cutaway mahogany body with a beautiful flamed maple top. A bolt-on maple neck has a thin-tapered profile that makes playing effortless. A 24-fret maple fingerboard sports thorn-shaped fretboard inlays. The Kramer guitar's chrome hardware includes a string-through hardtail bridge, and Jackson sealed die-cast tuners. A plethora of great tones are generated by an Alnico V humbucking pickup in the bridge position and two single-coil pickups in the Kramer Striker 211's middle and neck positions. Controls include a master volume, master tone, and a 5-way selector. The volume features what Kramer calls a "treble bleed" mod, which keeps your tone bright when backing down the volume control.


  • String-though-body hardtail bridge
  • Alnico V humbucker and 2 single-coil pickups
  • Volume 'treble bleed" mod
  • 1 volume, 1 tone
  • 5-way selection switch
  • Chrome hardware
  • Mahogany body
  • Flamed maple top
  • Maple neck
  • Maple fingerboard
  • 14" radius
  • Thorn fingerboard inlays
  • 24 medium frets
  • 1.65" nut width
  • 25-1/2" scale
  • Jackson die-cast tuners
  • Case sold separately


The guts of a great vintage footpedal, miniaturized and put into a simple pot-mounted circuit. Forget the pedal board, just install the "Custom EQ Control" circuit right into your guitar.



 First of all- the "CEC" part of the circuit is switchable via a push-pull control. Push the knob down, your guitar is dead stock and no one knows you have anything installed. Pull up on the knob and the circuit is engaged. Turned fully counter-clockwise you've got a rich, warm lower mid boost, and a slight attenuation of highs and lows- turns those single coils into rich humbuckers. I have one in a very vintage sounding Tele and this setting turns the bridge pickup into a fat humbucker sound!



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