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Dean USA announces Dime Razorback 10K

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Dean Guitars USA Dime Razorback 10K

Other Shape Guitar from Dean Guitars belonging to the Dime USA series.

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Dean Guitars introduces the USA Dime Razorback 10K, a diamond plate top version of this very successful model.


In only three years, the Razorback has become one of Dean’s best selling (10,000 units shipped—hence the name “10K” for this model aimed at celebrating this milestone) and most recognizable guitar lines, with its barbed wire-like ultra-sharp points and massive presence. The Razorback is a 21st century evolution of the Classic Dean ML shape Dimebag Darrell first played over 2 decades ago.

Each Razorback 10K features a mahogany body outfitted with a locking Floyd Rose Tremolo system, and comes loaded with a Duncan Dimebucker in the bridge position, black Grover tuners, and Dime’s trademark traction knobs. The Razorback’s Mahogany neck is capped with the wing headstock bearing the Dime logo. A rosewood fingerboard with a signature pearl razor blade inlay at the 12th fret completes the design.

Features:

* Body Style: USA made, Modified ML shape, mahogany body, lightweight plastic diamond plate top, metallic finish
* Neck: Mahogany with Rosewood fingerboard, signature “Dime” razor blade marker at 12th fret
* Graphics: Dime silver metallic metal plate finish, Dean Wings headstock logo, stenciled Dime headstock logo
* Bridge/Hardware: Floyd Rose® Locking Tremolo, Black Grover tuners with traction knobs, black finish hardware
* Electronics: Duncan Dimebucker® bridge pickup, Dean neck humbucker, a master volume, two tone controls and a 3-way toggle switch
* MSRP: $1889.00 (Case included)

Availability: May 2008
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