Kramer Striker ST300ST

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  • Regular price $650.00

The Kramer Striker 300ST was the Korean made budget version of the Pacer Deluxe model, with a humbucker at the bridge and two single coil pickups mounted on a black pickguard with single volume and two tone controls. Initially (in 1984) the 300ST had a traditional style tremolo but this was changed in 1985 to a Floyd Rose tremolo without fine tuners and no locking nut. In 1987 the bridge was changed to a Floyd Rose II unit with fine tuners, recessed cavity and a locking nut, the headstock shape changed to the banana shape and the body became more narrow waisted and less strat-like.

In 1988 this model's name was changed to the ST300H. It had a Seymour Duncan designed HSS pickups. The ST300 was also available - with three single coil pickups. At this time the headstock shape also changed to a pointed design and was black-faced with a large "KRAMER" logo. White pickguard was also an option on these ST300(H) models. Rosewood or maple fingerboards.

Condition: second-hand


Number of control knobs 3 control knobs
Tone controls 2 tone controls
Volume controls 1 volume control
Pickup selector controls 1 coil tap switch, 5-way selector switch


Pickups brand and model Duncan Designed pickup(s)
Pickups configuration 2 single coil pickups and 1 humbucker pickup


Finish colors white finish
Finish effect metallic finish
Made in Korea
Number of strings 6 strings


Body shape features double cutaway
Body style Stratocaster style
Pickguard material black pickguard


Fingerboard material rosewood fingerboard
Fingerboard position markers dot fingerboard position markers


Hardware color black hardware, chrome hardware


Neck joint bolt on neck
Number of frets 22 fret
Nut locking nut
Peghead (headstock) hockey stick headstock
Tuner layout six-in-a-row tuners