This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of bass history. From the company's launch in 1976 until the early '80s, Kramer used aluminum necks with wooden inserts for its guitars and basses. The DMZ series was the second wave of Kramer basses which launched in 1978. Like other aluminum-based Kramers, the DMZ basses were phased out as Kramer shifted to more economical wooden necks. The DMZ 4000 had an active EQ onboard. Years of Production: 1978 - 1982 Wood Composition: Tropical wood body, Aluminum neck with wooden inserts, This bass is in very nice condition and it plays and sounds as good as it looks!
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