I've been slowly getting back into playing again and resurrecting my guitars. Below is a very excellent Kramer DMZ 3000. When I bought it, I had no idea how excellent it was and neither did the friend who sold it to me.
The Kramer below is a 1979 model. It's basically a hard tail Strat with an aluminum neck. It the neck also has Maple inlays and it has an "Ebinol" fingerboard. Although it sounds rather industrial and sterile, the guitar has fantastic sustain, better than my real Strat and the neck is very fast. This guitar plays very nice and will probably last beyond the end of time. Luckily I never got rid of it even though I bought 2 other guitars. It does have 2 drawbacks though. It's heavy as hell, and it tends to go out of tune due to temperature changes, so it's better for playing in a studio setting, or when you can sit down, and just make sure the guitar (if not the player) has a chance to warm up.
I also have a Kramer 600ST from the '80s. Total big hair guitar. I just brought it to the music shop to have the guitar tech resurrect it. Hopefully he can get the Floyd Rose II working properly. I never really liked this guitar, especially the Floyd Rose, but now that it's almost vintage I figured it was worth it to get it running again. I actually had the tremolo locked down. It will be interesting to see how it works when I get it back. The body is plywood so it will never be worth anything but fun to have around.
Now I'm looking for a Gibson Blueshawk. Very interesting looking guitar.