Kick out the jams! Back in the 1960s Wayne Kramer of the Detroit-based proto-punk band MC5 played a Fender Strat painted in a red, white, and blue stars-and-stripes motif with a humbucker mounted in the middle pickup position. In 2012, Fender honored Wayne by creating a special signature Strat to capture the look, feel, and sound of Wayne’s iconic guitar.
The Wayne Kramer Strat comes with a Seymour Duncan ’59 humbucking middle pickup and a pair of vintage-style single-coil Stratocaster neck and bridge pickups. Other features include a commemorative neck plate engraved with “This Tool Kills Hate,” alder body, road-worn (relic) body finish, C-shaped maple neck, large 70s-style headstock, 7.25″ radius with vintage-style frets, hard-tail string-through-body bridge, and Fender/Schaller vintage-style “F” tuners. Includes a modern Fender hardshell case in excellent condition.
Command the stage with this outrageously designed and potent hate-killing machine and kick out some jams of your own!
Model: Wayne Kramer Stratocaster
Finish: Red, White, and Blue Stars and Stripes Motif
Case: Modern hard shell case.
Weight: 7 pounds 4 ounces.
Condition: Excellent (with factory relic body finish)
Comments: The Wayne Kramer Strat comes with a Seymour Duncan '59 humbucking middle pickup and a pair of vintage-style single-coil Stratocaster neck and bridge pickups.