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  • adrienmonk44adrienmonk44

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    Dean Guitars Dean from hellPublished on 03/12/14 at 15:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in China
    22 frets
    Mechanical Grover
    Floyd rose bridge black
    Set neck, V-shaped
    Neck pickup dean custom design
    Pickup Bill Lawrence L-500-XL
    3 knobs: 2 volume and 1 tone
    1 3-position selector
    Blue, blue and black zip front

    UTILIZATION

    The first grip ergonomics can be confusing indeed handle V requires a period of adaptation compared to other models from other brands but it goes quickly and force requestioner his left hand position. For solos is perfect, the thumb is placed very well. Access to acute is very easy, no worries. The knobs, serrated, are very simple to use.
    The guitar is super well-balanced, it does not address in front (flying V). Ergon…
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    Guitar made in China
    22 frets
    Mechanical Grover
    Floyd rose bridge black
    Set neck, V-shaped
    Neck pickup dean custom design
    Pickup Bill Lawrence L-500-XL
    3 knobs: 2 volume and 1 tone
    1 3-position selector
    Blue, blue and black zip front

    UTILIZATION

    The first grip ergonomics can be confusing indeed handle V requires a period of adaptation compared to other models from other brands but it goes quickly and force requestioner his left hand position. For solos is perfect, the thumb is placed very well. Access to acute is very easy, no worries. The knobs, serrated, are very simple to use.
    The guitar is super well-balanced, it does not address in front (flying V). Ergonomics is very good whether sitting position (Les Paul or "classic") or standing. I did not find super heavy.
    The sound comes quickly ... volume knobs to bottom!

    SOUNDS

    Replica guitar Dimebag Darrell (standard tuning, when cowboys and vulgar), it is cut for big sound metal. You can try it for something else but it gives its full extent in the large style, very big rock.
    Bill Lawrence is huge, it brings a monstrous grain. The neck pickup is doing well too.
    The clean sounds are fairly flat, sometimes cold. The micro Dean brings a little roundness. In all cases it remains accurate. May need to be thinking add effects (Me: reverb, chorus and delay)
    For overdrive is more complicated, the high output pickups (especially that of the L-500-XL) may not offer a lot of variations. Play, "knobs" in full song it's complicated
    In contrast to the distortion is perfect, precise, well-defined. The guitar will leave you to work your sound with your amp or pedal.
    This guitar is made to send the wood.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar in 2008. Since I only play on Dean ML and this one with me everywhere. Pantera fan, it was a teen dream. I tried and play on other guitars (Flying V, SG, Strato) but since I came across it all the other guitars seems bland. I love everything about it: its looks, its ergonomics and of course the micro Bill Lawrence. Takes you, and you plug the (saturation) is huge.
    What I love is the ease with which we play over and that it renders the character of the amp. For metal that is a reference. Against by not looking to do with funk.
    I play stoner. Granted dropped C on randall 50w lamps, it is perfect.
    Bought € 900 at the time, I would say that the price / quality ratio is good, on the other hand, with the experience I remake this choice without hesitation.
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  • dimebagfriendsdimebagfriends

    Dean Guitars Dean from hellPublished on 01/30/07 at 03:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is marked made in china behind the handle
    -22 Jumbo frets
    A sh-59 'in handle and a Bill Lawrence 500 xl
    Floyd rose tremolo-license
    -2 Volume tonalitbr 1 />-neck thin enough, not as big as the champions of the log (gibson xD)

    10/10 because I put the guitar is worth its price for the fan of Dimebag Darrell cete play guitar ... how can I say? inexplicable!

    UTILIZATION

    -A blue handle very enjoyable, not too fat nor too thin
    -I have never seen an acute attack like that xD
    It is not very heavy, the shape is large enough and weird (that is the charm ^ ^)
    It is its not even bother to make a topo are two microphones to kill and guitar sounds strangely very empty ...

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    It is marked made in china behind the handle
    -22 Jumbo frets
    A sh-59 'in handle and a Bill Lawrence 500 xl
    Floyd rose tremolo-license
    -2 Volume tonalitbr 1 />-neck thin enough, not as big as the champions of the log (gibson xD)

    10/10 because I put the guitar is worth its price for the fan of Dimebag Darrell cete play guitar ... how can I say? inexplicable!

    UTILIZATION

    -A blue handle very enjoyable, not too fat nor too thin
    -I have never seen an acute attack like that xD
    It is not very heavy, the shape is large enough and weird (that is the charm ^ ^)
    It is its not even bother to make a topo are two microphones to kill and guitar sounds strangely very empty ...

    I put 9 / 10 because to go floyd sitting the gallery is full-___-

    SOUNDS

    -Exactly! I play in groups and I think it's going to power dmarquer the other guitar as his personality is left s'panouir.
    I played with a 65 watt Laney hardcore and already is the total slaughter!
    -A very nice clean sound, jazz, blues, turn the portard to think and as usual config change your thinking before you say as the coner with emg are super versatile!
    -Harmonics are felt thunder

    I put the 10/10 because it MRIT ample even if it is a model to copy it then tell me how to throw the Bell model amricain xD

    OVERALL OPINION

    -Ca output since September 2006
    -Design and weight!
    Standard price-quality ratio
    "I buy back a good as they are beautiful
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  • next gatesnext gates

    Dean Guitars Dean from hellPublished on 05/11/07 at 13:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China so malheuresment
    23 is my freight bill lawrence and a Seymour Duncan
    floyd rose tremolo type
    Two volumes one tone
    not too easy to handle pais
    handle al

    UTILIZATION

    An enjoyable round of diffrent washburn dime
    the acute perfect nothing to say
    it is not too heavy it leans too much with a strap
    it has a big sound but also enjoyable in the clear
    the bill lawrence nothing to say

    SOUNDS

    So I play hard rock mtal and yes I like
    then with a kustom quad 100
    perfect sound is very fat distortion in the clear trs enjoyable

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought me my guitar a lot expensive than France
    for the price I comblbr /> so clear lol I love…
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    Made in China so malheuresment
    23 is my freight bill lawrence and a Seymour Duncan
    floyd rose tremolo type
    Two volumes one tone
    not too easy to handle pais
    handle al

    UTILIZATION

    An enjoyable round of diffrent washburn dime
    the acute perfect nothing to say
    it is not too heavy it leans too much with a strap
    it has a big sound but also enjoyable in the clear
    the bill lawrence nothing to say

    SOUNDS

    So I play hard rock mtal and yes I like
    then with a kustom quad 100
    perfect sound is very fat distortion in the clear trs enjoyable

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought me my guitar a lot expensive than France
    for the price I comblbr /> so clear lol I love is the ergonomics and the fly box
    yes I already washburn dime I wanted a dean
    report quality great price
    I continued to vaiqs dean and washburn
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  • Anonymous

    Dean Guitars Dean from hellPublished on 03/04/08 at 11:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Korea
    Body and neck: Mahogany NECK: Rosewood, stick Profile: V, 22 frets, radius: 16
    Scale: 24.75 ", 629mm (Type Gibson)
    Neck Joint: Set-in
    Neck Shape: V-shape
    Floyd Rose Licensed
    Pickup Bridge: Bill Lawrence XL500
    Pickup Neck: Dean Zebra
    Tuners: Grover
    Delivered in flight case

    Well built, well finished. Good quality / price ratio.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel shred, fast, pleasant, excellent access to acute.
    Body well balanced, not too heavy guitars and comfortable.
    Tapes (how to Dimebag) on ​​the sides of the neck pickup to prevent the strings do not get stuck in the magnets during the bombing dives excited (it seems that it happens??)
    The bad thing is…
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    Made in Korea
    Body and neck: Mahogany NECK: Rosewood, stick Profile: V, 22 frets, radius: 16
    Scale: 24.75 ", 629mm (Type Gibson)
    Neck Joint: Set-in
    Neck Shape: V-shape
    Floyd Rose Licensed
    Pickup Bridge: Bill Lawrence XL500
    Pickup Neck: Dean Zebra
    Tuners: Grover
    Delivered in flight case

    Well built, well finished. Good quality / price ratio.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel shred, fast, pleasant, excellent access to acute.
    Body well balanced, not too heavy guitars and comfortable.
    Tapes (how to Dimebag) on ​​the sides of the neck pickup to prevent the strings do not get stuck in the magnets during the bombing dives excited (it seems that it happens??)
    The bad thing is cumbersome. Difficult not to damage the head and horns!

    SOUNDS

    So ... look like?
    Bill Lawrence is phenomenal! Artificial harmonics hiss, the sound is (over) powerful. A real bull to draw!
    The Dean Zebra delivers rhythmic bass heavy though, which perfectly complement the Bill Lawrence (howler acute).
    Versatile but not what character, what a personality. What happiness for any fan of heavy metal or very heavy.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Racy-sounding guitar and cavernous screaming for all the hairy tattooed in need of very large sound. By attention to people against heart disease. The beast is dangerous!
    NOTE: the decor is a little cheap in photo, but everything falls into place in real life. What a look!
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