When first coming onto the scene in 1976, Kramer seemingly looked to bring traditional aesthetics to newly developed aluminum guitar neck. Not only did their version reduce weight, their use of more exotic wood choices for the bodys of the instrument always turned heads.
This particular Kramer 450B is the cleanest we've seen and was most likely a case queen for the vast majority of its life. The top, back, and sides are in excellent shape the hardware is very clean for an guitar of its age. The electronics work as they should and the bass has a really unique voicing. The hardware is also fully functional.
The neck is also in excellent shape and there is plenty of life left in the frets. The back of the neck is clean in addition to the headstock.
If you're looking for a truly distinctive bass plucked right out of the late 70's, this might just be the one. This bass is ready to rock and we're sure the neck owner is going to love this thing.