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Dean Guitars 30th Anniversary MLPublished on 09/02/08 at 11:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Korean guitar (which finishes not perfect), Mahogany body, 22 frets, pickups Dean, finishing Blackburst beautiful .....
For the presentation to visit the site dean.

UTILIZATION

The neck is not thick at all, and I think it looks a bit like that of a V-500 LTD Signature Dave Mustaine or but a tad thinner. It is not at all hyper or big end, is really the best feature of this guitar is perfect!
Access to acute is not as easy as on a Gibson SG but it's far from impossible.
THE downside of this instrument is its balance! I was di Dean guitars make their unbalanced I have proof, it really bites nose! the weight in itself is not overly heavy, it is okay, really! At ease on stage...…
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Korean guitar (which finishes not perfect), Mahogany body, 22 frets, pickups Dean, finishing Blackburst beautiful .....
For the presentation to visit the site dean.

UTILIZATION

The neck is not thick at all, and I think it looks a bit like that of a V-500 LTD Signature Dave Mustaine or but a tad thinner. It is not at all hyper or big end, is really the best feature of this guitar is perfect!
Access to acute is not as easy as on a Gibson SG but it's far from impossible.
THE downside of this instrument is its balance! I was di Dean guitars make their unbalanced I have proof, it really bites nose! the weight in itself is not overly heavy, it is okay, really! At ease on stage there's no problem, especially the V-shaped wedge that allows his thigh up, its a treat for c shredder!

SOUNDS

The sound, unfortunately, is the second big downside of the guitar, it is dirty !!!!!
And yes kids, pay € 800 for ultimately changing the pickups behind it hurts, but hey, they console themselves it is delivered in a huge flight case dear!
I go back to her, bah yes it is dirty, a micro cube as an all-tube, is not it a shame that comes with EMG or Seymour but hey ....
I play metallica, trivium all its so trashy and a heavy substance and good ... c not clean all the time!
However the neck pickup for clean sound is very correct my faith, I will change the bridge.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this beautiful guitar for only one month, I am completely seduced by its looks and especially his beautiful head Dean, it requires really, and when it was on stage, it's really great!
So of course the two problems: the sound and balance, its no problem it pays just € 100 more in a new microphone, on stage and as long as there is no problem moving the weight, if you stay its place may look parcontre!
The value for money is still very good, the guitar comes in its case shine much clutter, but it is really attractive!
I think I do it again this choice yes, but with other pickups!
Be careful though, for travel as the weight of the guitar over the case really great does not make it easy (13 kilos)!
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Gwyon_BachGwyon_Bach

Dean Guitars 30th Anniversary MLPublished on 11/20/08 at 13:52
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See above.

UTILIZATION

The handle is like preceding words, perfect. It slides, it's late, just wide enough, BIG. In comparison with my BC Rich NJ Deluxe V NT, I'd much rather stick to the Dean. Access to acute enough ais yes, especially there are 22 frets ...
Do not listen to another spot below me, this guitar possesses a perfect balance. With good leather strap, the handle goes up and you got more than to grab and play. Dean has never had such a reputation-_-. The guitar itself is pretty heavy, it is true ... after three hours of play you up sleeves. ML = not at all practical and egocentric! From its form, it can play for as a troubadour with a V, or normally, as with exploring...…
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See above.

UTILIZATION

The handle is like preceding words, perfect. It slides, it's late, just wide enough, BIG. In comparison with my BC Rich NJ Deluxe V NT, I'd much rather stick to the Dean. Access to acute enough ais yes, especially there are 22 frets ...
Do not listen to another spot below me, this guitar possesses a perfect balance. With good leather strap, the handle goes up and you got more than to grab and play. Dean has never had such a reputation-_-. The guitar itself is pretty heavy, it is true ... after three hours of play you up sleeves. ML = not at all practical and egocentric! From its form, it can play for as a troubadour with a V, or normally, as with exploring for example.

SOUNDS

So I play the good pagan black. I needed a relatively accurate and distortion sounds crystal clear, something difficult to achieve with houmbouckeurs (with emg 81/85 BC Rich, AC saturates very quickly.) And the bin, I t very pleasantly surprised by this guitar pickups. Again, the spot below talking nonsense. Clear sound deep, bright, very "boisquot;. No saturation in the area. But when you stick him behind the saturation of powerball Phew .... Of course, it is less accurate than the EMG, but Fatty wish, heavy, accurate anyway. Very Pleasant in the treble. A nice surprise.

OVERALL OPINION

J'lai RECEIVED 3 months ago. Very well, cheap. In contrast, listen again NOT the spot below, the "flight dear" is a poor flight Thomann addition to which they are a form of ML's interior, and a stencil over Dean.
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Guitars
  • Model: 30th Anniversary ML
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2007

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