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Dean Guitars DBD Tribute ML

Other Shape Guitar de la marque Dean Guitars

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Dean Guitars DBD Tribute MLPublished on 08/04/05 at 09:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in China, this skyscraper is dedicated to Dimebag Darrell, guitarist for Damageplan and former Pantera was assassinated.
it has 22 frets and 2 microphones dean (change)
2 volumes, 1 tone and a 3 position selector
it has 2 stickers dimebag darrell not necessarily useful even if I'm a fan of guitarist

UTILIZATION

Good shape can be seen thought the scratching pa is easy to use for the game sitting, but not at all I find it very comfortable to play seated and is probably due to the good weight distribution
The form is simply insane, I love
good sound for a change is needed but I speak just below

SOUNDS

The sound here we are, there's not to say that scratching is...…
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Guitar made in China, this skyscraper is dedicated to Dimebag Darrell, guitarist for Damageplan and former Pantera was assassinated.
it has 22 frets and 2 microphones dean (change)
2 volumes, 1 tone and a 3 position selector
it has 2 stickers dimebag darrell not necessarily useful even if I'm a fan of guitarist

UTILIZATION

Good shape can be seen thought the scratching pa is easy to use for the game sitting, but not at all I find it very comfortable to play seated and is probably due to the good weight distribution
The form is simply insane, I love
good sound for a change is needed but I speak just below

SOUNDS

The sound here we are, there's not to say that scratching is made for metal, I play on a laney hcm15r, a good amp, but here are the pickups are not great, the sound is a bit cold in my gout.Je have them replaced with an EMG 81 and a sh-13 and it sounds dimebucker

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for two months, apart from the micro scratches did not disappoint, there's way to show off with the form, before I had tried several dime.malheureuseument washburn jackson and the scratching is not Distributed in France, I had bought from the USA.LA value for money is good ke +: 400 € without changes microphones
I do not have that choice would do parceke I do not want to change back each time the microphones lol
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Anonymous

Dean Guitars DBD Tribute MLPublished on 11/27/06 at 08:54
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Guitar made in china, 22frettes, Grover chrome, 2 humbuckers dean (low-end mics), tune o matic bridge with strings through body ===> more sustain.
3potars: 2volumes 1 tonne.
Unvarnished handle medium (a note) with slim frets (a bit annoying when you're used to the jumbo) but the handle is quick and good, I personally do not like it too because it is not painted but c 'is very personal.
oddly shaped

UTILIZATION

Handle relatively pleasant but in maple it is the entry level, easy access to very sharp thanks to the shape of the scraper, but where it hurts is the shape of the guitar (ouch, it hurts for good!) the guitar has a pretty good form but in an ergonomic disaster, people get...…
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Guitar made in china, 22frettes, Grover chrome, 2 humbuckers dean (low-end mics), tune o matic bridge with strings through body ===> more sustain.
3potars: 2volumes 1 tonne.
Unvarnished handle medium (a note) with slim frets (a bit annoying when you're used to the jumbo) but the handle is quick and good, I personally do not like it too because it is not painted but c 'is very personal.
oddly shaped

UTILIZATION

Handle relatively pleasant but in maple it is the entry level, easy access to very sharp thanks to the shape of the scraper, but where it hurts is the shape of the guitar (ouch, it hurts for good!) the guitar has a pretty good form but in an ergonomic disaster, people get cramps everywhere, it looks in all directions, and is not a look when you see the form we are forced to it ... so then I doubt not share too much further notice ... the guitar is doing its weight I think, but its still reasonable. sound microphones original is crap so it is advisable to change the pickups for my part I changed the bridge pickup to replace it with a Di Marzio.
Then the "real" sound comes more from your amp ... because the wood used have no real personality.

SOUNDS

It's a very guitar heavy metal typed: platform
-Mark
-Series guitars dimebag darrell
it suits my style of rock music in general and metal.
I play it with a peavey 150w power amp and effects pedals, all that comes in a Framus 2x12'', its will, its rings.

OVERALL OPINION

For about seven months.
that the most jaime +: good quality / price ratio (for me) I had a € 180.
its got to change and micro.
the Grover.
what I like least:
poor weight distribution.
slim frets.
handle not varnish.
mics of origin.
caches that are cream colored and downright ugly plastoc poor quality ...
I tried few other models before it was acquired because of price and I found it, so I just made the purchase without thinking and I regret that.
value for money is good for the price that I got it for 350 € but I find it rather very poor.
over time I will not repeat this experience and opt for a more sober scratch, because here the design is put before the sound and playability of the instrument so I was very disappointed, so do not be fooled by cowardice in the face she has!
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Guitars
  • Model: DBD Tribute ML
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/28/2005

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