Kramer Liberty Reissue and the return of the US Line

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Re: Kramer Liberty Reissue and the return of the US Line

Post by Kramers » Tue Nov 15, 2022 3:55 pm

That amber explorer is freaking hot!! :yikes drool

I'm betting closer to $3k if it does get released, with no OFR.

I'd also like to see a legit Liberty Reissue, especially with the unique controls, which were pretty Gibson-like anyway. This one looks relatively cool and all, but I don't know what it's really offering against the competition. Seems like they took a Liberty and Yo "Baretta" 404 and split the difference.

Honestly, with that less than pointy headstock and anemic logo, I'd rather have the new Jackson American Soloist between the two. The obnoxiously huge TRC and basic diamonds without the center cutouts don't help either, for any reps listening in.

Still cool that they are doing something though. :rant
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Re: Kramer Liberty Reissue and the return of the US Line

Post by _xxx_ » Thu Nov 17, 2022 5:52 am

More info:

https://www.guitarworld.com/news/dave-m ... kramer-usa

Over on YouTube, Trogly’s Guitar Show...



... speculates briefly that the diamond inlays on the Kramer might even be indicative of another Mustaine signature model, as they recall those found on his Rust In Peace signature Flying V.

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Re: Kramer Liberty Reissue and the return of the US Line

Post by Kramers » Fri Nov 18, 2022 12:46 pm

24 frets on that beautiful Explorer. Not for me, but that's cool for collectors and all.
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