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Gary Kramer Delta Wing Simulator R Guitar Review : Gear Vault

Kramer Delta Wing Simulator R Guitar Review

May 18, 2011 by  

Kramer Delta Wing GuitarGary Kramer Gained celebrity in the Eighties as the primary guitar supplier for Eddie Van Halen. He was also one of the first manufacturers to feature the era-defining original Floyd Rose tremolo. He stepped away from guitar building for more than a decade, but now he’s back with another inspiring line of guitars and a fresh set of ideas on guitar design.

Kramer’s Delta Wing Simulator R looks like an alien weapon, but the wild mahogany body shape actually serves to align the neck perfectly when standing or silting. The sweeping upper horn braces the extremely lightweight guitar against the player’s chest in such a way that it’s nearly impossible to slump into an uncomfortable posture. Similarly, the body contours ease tension on the right wrist liberating feature that’s evident when performing difficult techniques. Other high-tech attributes include recessed controls, a licensed Floyd Rose tremolo, a push/pull coil tap, a slick matte finish on the 24-fret neck and molten alnico pickups that are aimed right at players who want extreme rock and metal tones.

Love it or hate it, Kramer’s Delta Wings Simulator R is an ergonomic marvel that’s poised to rocket new generation of players into uncharted worlds of tonal and technical ecstasy.

Gary Kramer Delta Wing Simulator R Guitar Review

Thanks to GuitarWorld for the report


One Response to “Kramer Delta Wing Simulator R Guitar Review”
  1. WP says:

    Anyone have gk Turbulance (delata wing) guitar for sale? will pay stock price for used.

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