I want a sustainer guitar really bad, but nobody can afford a PC-1 or original 80's Kramer Sustainer, if you can even find one for sale.
I just found this 1999 Kramer Baretta Infinity Sustainer for $300 locally. Should I does it?
Neck 3-pc laminated, Hard Maple, 24 fret, rosewood fingerboard, pearl dots
Neck Profile Elliptical, Slim-Taper, 16" radius fingerboard
Headstock Yo style non-reverse, pointy, 14 degree pitch angle
Scale Length 25.5 Scale
Body Solid Alder
Pickups Bridge: QuadRail (B4S) Middle: DualRail (M2S) Neck: Infinity Sustainer Driver
Controls 18 volt active Sustainer circuitry, 5-Way Switch, Volume, Tone, Mode, Sustainer on/off, low batt light
Bridge and Nut Kramer "Floyd Rose" Locking Licensed tremolo
Machine Heads Gotoh SG
Nut Width 1.625"
Made in ... ASIA, somewhere, probably by children, for rice.
Meh. I don't think those were more than about $400 new. Might be fun for the Sustainer, though.