Find of the Week: Floyd Rose-Designed Kramer Triax

You mess with the bull, you get the horns: this week's Find of the Week is a rare and all-original 1986 Kramer Triax. This guitar was introduced at the 1986 edition of NAMM alongside its sibling, the Kramer Enterprize, and was designed by Floyd Rose, the engineer behind the development of the famous locking tremolo system which appears on this guitar.

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1986 Kramer Triax

Equipped with two humbuckers, a three-way switch, and boasting a body straight out of Star Trek, this guitar was allegedly one of only 10 ever made and was featured in "Dangerous Curves: Art of the Guitar" exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston nearly twenty years ago. Be sure to check out the full listing for more photos, and to make an offer on this two-tusked museum piece today.

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