Woza, you don't see these pop up too often - a too-cool-for-school late 80s Kramer Sustainer American in beautifully aged White finish. These were produce from around 87-90, made in Japan by ESP and assembled/setup in the US. Not to be confused with cheaper Indonesian, Korean or other budget line MIJ Kramer guitars. This one is in all-original condition (minus the trem arm), including the Floyd Rose Sustainer pickup and tremolo bridge. The Sustainer pickup works great and is a joy to use. The switches (from right to left in playing position) offer a sustainer on/off switch, three sustainer modes and a pickup selecter (Bridge w/sustainer, Bridge w/out sustainer and Neck). Cosmetically, this one is in Very Good vintage condition, showing a few signs of wear consistent with its age, most notably a few dings throughout (pictured) and a hairline headstock crack (also pictured). Please note: this crack is completely stable, indicating it has either been repaired, OR, it isn't very deep. It DOES NOT go all the way through headstock. I've provided multiple images for review - it looks like someone screwed the B-string tuning peg in too tight, and that possibly started the crack?? Hard to say, but again, rest assured it is completely stable and should not cause any trouble. Frets are nice and level, and have plenty of lift left. Sounds great, plays great and is ready for many more years of shred! This includes a Gator plastic molded hardshell case in Good condition.