PRICE REDUCED!! We purchased this new futuristic Kramer Triax in January 1986 at the NAMM show. There is no serial number that we could locate and was possibly the prototype. The Kramer Triax, designed by Floyd Rose, resembles a starship. It's all original, made in the USA. There were probably no more than ten Kramer Triaxes ever built and were never intended for mass production. The Boston Museum of Modern Art featured a Kramer Triax in their exhibit and Vintage Guitar Magazine did a color spead on the the Triax. Floyd Rose signed the guitar on the top. The neck thru body is mahogany. The neck has 22 frets with 10 dot inlays on the rosewood fretboard, and the scale is 25 3/4". Other features include black hardware, one volume, one tone, a three way switch, Gotoh tuners, Schaller strap locks and a Floyd Rose tremolo. The locking nut system is unique with a string retainer and six string trees. The Triax weighs 7.8 pounds. The pearlescent burgundy finish is in immaculate condition. It comes with its original custom hardshell flight case.
|1986||Brand New||Pearlescent Burgundy||Original Hard|
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