Comments: What a wild guitar!! I have a thing for Kramer's after first putting my hands on one. The Duke is a one of a kind classic. Patterned after that "other" headless guitar, it can hold it's own in any Rock N Roll band. It looks a little strange..OK..a lot strange( resembling a black boat paddle), has split DMZ pickups, one volume and one tone control. The shape of this guitar takes some getting used to and whatever you do, be careful when switching over to a standard model bass during a gig...The difference in scale and optical illusion of where notes should be can be distracting to say the least. But overall a real show stopper. I play through a big Ampeg rig and it BOOMS! If you can pick one up do it.
Comments: Small Steinberger inspired Headless Bass. Usually found in black, occasionally white, bu available at the time in all standard colours, and sometimes graphics. Short scale, with 24 frets. Sometimes seen with Kramer designed double j-bass pickups. Sounds great!. Sometimes found with Schaller bass humbucker. Sounds fine. Single tone and volume. Because of shape and size, a great travel guitar, but gigworthy. Difficult to play sitting down. Aluminum neck is usually painted on the back to match body, and it very well balanced because there is no headstock. Get one with a case if you can, the cases are hard to find and don't fit well in any other hard or soft case. Difficult to harm or distroy, very reliable and built to last.