Kramer are a 50/50 company, they either nail it or not so much. With this one? Not so much. The neck is comfortable enough to play, and the stock humbuckers are pretty good, they do they job. The coilsplit only works on the neck, and frankly I personally find a coilsplit on this guitar completely pointless, but each to their own. But the tremolo, jesus christ. Licensed Floyd Roses aren't worth the metal they're made with, it's worn down so quickly, and if I wasn't a gear-hoarder I wouldn't have bothered but I've replaced the Floyd, and next will be those pickups. Is it a good guitar? Yeah sure, but that tremolo has really ruined it.
This was my first guitar and I never forget these times. First guitar, first amp, first band, first love, 90s. I´ve got it till today in my room of V guitars and sometimes I play with her, but not on the concerts because of heavy detuning.