Equipboard breaks down the gear, tools, and products used by artists, pros, and influencers in their craft. cover(100ST, 200ST,etc) with the Kramer pyramid logo alone on the face NEVER BEFORE has purchasing your dream guitar/amp etc, been easier, with so many hidden gems sat in stock in supplier's warehouses, why not put your name on one of them today?! If you like it and its playbable and the neck is pretty straight then get it. 80's heavey metal...that's the main reason I'm considering this axe...I own a Tele, a SG, an old Fender Lead l, and a few more, but nothing specifically metal...and I was 15 years old in 1986 (the year of metal m/:evil: m/ ) so metal was a big part of my growing up...but I never owned a "metal" axe...I'm picking this one up after work !!! My first guitar (well second because I had previously owned a cheap flying V style guitar I ordered out of a JCPenney Christmas catalog) was a Kramer Striker 500ST. The primary downfall for my Kramer and why it is not playable right now was the jack. Overall neck is in great to excellent condition. Kramer Electric Guitar Striker 211 6 String Burst List Price $499.99 A plethora of great tones are generated by the Kramer Striker 211 guitar's Alnico V bridge humbucker and dual single-coil pickups in the middle and neck. 1988 Kramer Striker ST605 Maple Guitar Neck. If you go to the home page there is much more info on the vintage Kramers. Decent little guitar, i wouldn't pay more than $100 for it. At the time I didn't know anything about guitars.