Attention shred and metal fans – Kramer is once again making left handed guitars!
I don’t remember the last time a left handed Kramer guitar was available, but I do remember really wanting one as a kid. So it’s great to see this Gibson owned brand dipping its foot back in the southpaw market.
Does Kramer Make Left Handed Guitars?
Yes! At the time of writing Kramer offers one left handed electric guitar – a black Nightswan from their Original Collection. It is one of very few left handed superstrats with the shorter 24.75″ scale length.
Left Handed Kramer Nightswan Guitar
The legendary shred sled from the late 80s returns to the Kramer line-up. Featuring a double-cutaway mahogany body with a deep cut lower horn for unfettered access to all 24 jumbo frets, the NightSwan is powered by two Seymour Duncan JB humbucking pickups and is ready for deep whammy bar dives with its Floyd Rose 1000 Series tremolo and R2 locking nut. The ebony fingerboard has a 16″ radius and features pearloid dot inlays in a distinctive “ping pong” pattern, while the back of the slim, C-shaped 3-piece hard maple neck is satin-finished, which makes it perfect for lightning-fast note flurries. This ‘Swan has a gloss Jet Black Metallic finish, and an optional hardshell case is available.
At the time of writing this model had just been announced and left handed images were not available. The photo above is a mock-up and the headstock logo may vary slightly.
- Body : Mahogany
- Neck : 3-Piece Hard Maple
- Fretboard : 24 Fret Ebony
- Pickups : Seymour Duncan JB Humbuckers
- Bridge : Floyd Rose 1000 Series Tremolo
- Finish : Jet Black Metallic
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