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Dean Baby ML

Dean Guitars Baby MLPublished on 07/06/03 at 15:00
£200 down in my local music store (Matchetts Music, Belfast)

The phenomenally sensitive pickups give a really clear, and unspoiled tone, and the shape of the body is truely amazing! Its like an V, with another extension from the right hand side. It as also a great stage guitar, owing to its unbelievably light body. Mine is matt black, with flames (custom, dean don't do them :( ). Great, slidy neck and people will look at you and say "wow". Plus, Chad Gisburg plays a silver one while CKY play "My Promiscuous Daughter" (for those of you have seen CKY2K, you'll know what i'm on about, if not, get it!)

The one minor aspect which I can count against this guitar is the lack of Floyd Rose...…
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£200 down in my local music store (Matchetts Music, Belfast)

The phenomenally sensitive pickups give a really clear, and unspoiled tone, and the shape of the body is truely amazing! Its like an V, with another extension from the right hand side. It as also a great stage guitar, owing to its unbelievably light body. Mine is matt black, with flames (custom, dean don't do them :( ). Great, slidy neck and people will look at you and say "wow". Plus, Chad Gisburg plays a silver one while CKY play "My Promiscuous Daughter" (for those of you have seen CKY2K, you'll know what i'm on about, if not, get it!)

The one minor aspect which I can count against this guitar is the lack of Floyd Rose tremolo bridge. (It has an adjustable peircing one instead) But still, I cannot fault it, it is my child :)

Excellent quality, I've had mine for about a year now and I haven't had any trouble with it.

Great guitar altogether, and not very expensive for the quality of sound that it offers. If you see one, reserve it and sell something, quick!

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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A marvel.

Dean Guitars Baby MLPublished on 09/01/13 at 06:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Basswood body, maple neck, 22 frets rosewood keys, basic mechanical and microphones in dmt dean. Basic it does not sell the dream, admittedly ... two dual microphones have a button for volume and one tone knob for a three-position switch. Well, we know the music!

UTILIZATION

Why buy a smaller guitar? That's what I thought until I have in my hands. The only thing that really changes is the size of the body which is a smaller quarter. So, it is lightweight, it does not sound bad at all but the handle is damn nice and comparable size to my other guitars. ML shape is the one I prefer, absolute fan of dimebag darrell forces.

So, my objective will be limited. I love playing comfort, the...…
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Basswood body, maple neck, 22 frets rosewood keys, basic mechanical and microphones in dmt dean. Basic it does not sell the dream, admittedly ... two dual microphones have a button for volume and one tone knob for a three-position switch. Well, we know the music!

UTILIZATION

Why buy a smaller guitar? That's what I thought until I have in my hands. The only thing that really changes is the size of the body which is a smaller quarter. So, it is lightweight, it does not sound bad at all but the handle is damn nice and comparable size to my other guitars. ML shape is the one I prefer, absolute fan of dimebag darrell forces.

So, my objective will be limited. I love playing comfort, the lighter side and the air side of the handle. A pure delight.

SOUNDS

I expected less sustain, and less fishing from microphones. Obviously, I changed to seymour duncan pickups base. They sound a lot but lack a bit of everything and react really bad with distortion. No fishing, no roundness, completely ettouffés in supra fat sounds. Once we chose to give a few tones lower, ca ca drooling and really out of the shit. Too bad because at this price you would expect for a better cut for le.métal guitar. Two microphones for cheap Guitarfetish will do the trick for less demanding. I chose the assets of blackouts in seymour duncan and there, it takes a whole new dimension

I especially recommend turning the mechanical origin and paste wraps from home grover, wilkinson at worst. Since I put grover, I have retuned more ... the accuracy and maintenance of the agreement have been greatly improved. Anyway I do this on all my guitars without pink floyd

OVERALL OPINION

It was a favorite. Should the first try, I think. To play metal guitar it's still a sacred that serves great base for thuner. In the end, between the microphones blackouts mick thompson and mechanical grover + the guitar and setting in the luthier, I had for 480 euros. At that price I can have a good versatile guitars but considering how I use it atomizes almost half well-equipped listening 150-200 euros more scratch. Tested and approved, and playing comfort level, byzantium. A pure delight. I think I take the baby flying V dean for the same. I love it!
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Guitars
  • Model: Baby ML
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/08/2004

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