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Dean Guitars MLXT

Other Shape Guitar from Dean Guitars belonging to the ML series.

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Dean Guitars MLXTPublished on 11/24/07 at 10:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
-The spices of this guitar are made in Korea and is assembled in the United States.

Basswood body, one pice,
Saddle sleeve 22 box, tune 24-3/4 "
button in rosewood,
mcanique Grover,
Licensed Floyd Rose vibrato,
2 micros double brand BLADE CONTRL a volume knob and a single individual of a tonal and slcteur 3 position.

UTILIZATION

The handle is comfortable but not round trs fast, has a similar one can handle in a Less-paul is wider.
Access in acute and trs ais and ergonomics are excellent.
You can play with a low position the thigh between the two horns and have the handle and the hand assz high, short dcontract rock and look comfortable position.
She is not heavy......
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-The spices of this guitar are made in Korea and is assembled in the United States.

Basswood body, one pice,
Saddle sleeve 22 box, tune 24-3/4 "
button in rosewood,
mcanique Grover,
Licensed Floyd Rose vibrato,
2 micros double brand BLADE CONTRL a volume knob and a single individual of a tonal and slcteur 3 position.

UTILIZATION

The handle is comfortable but not round trs fast, has a similar one can handle in a Less-paul is wider.
Access in acute and trs ais and ergonomics are excellent.
You can play with a low position the thigh between the two horns and have the handle and the hand assz high, short dcontract rock and look comfortable position.
She is not heavy and trs head does not fall down as the Warlock.
The sound is not bad at all but is rather dull and micro mordent.Le change is possible because the violin is correct.
The floyd is a bit lightweight but robust level aspect trs effective and prcis
the guitar like the agreement without worries nag even in the squeeling.

SOUNDS

For the sound, the body shape with particulire and long length of rope between the head and mcaniques of the bridge cres incredible sustain, especially for solos apprciable and neck position.
Prvoir to change the pickups (very accurate for beginners).
I put 7 mics.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year 1 / 2 I up with EMG 85 and its apocalyptic t
Ms. nag a bit too (I'm not a fan of EMG)
Since mount Dimarzio PAF Pro neck and X2N Chevallet, it grows a lot.
I especially like having two volumes spars ca makes versatile guitar and can play the rle of booster.
The ratio quality price is excellent (450euros on the net)
I do not have that choice would do because I play the guitar for 12 years and I possde 8 guitars
and then buy a new skyscraper to change the pickups can direct aa t a box of me.
Otherwise c real choice to do to Get You Started guitar with an instrument that has style
and scroll to be changing the pickups.
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Dean Guitars MLXTPublished on 07/30/08 at 05:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...):
In Korea, it is marked on the head of the beast also

- How many frets, what kind of micro and their configuration:
22 frets, 2 humbuckers with black hood resembling the EMG (but it is not)

- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
A Licensed Floyd Rose that my faith is pretty well the agreement saw what I sent him as dive bomb, and company Squealing

- What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?:
Configuration rather simple: two volumes, one tone knob and a "type gibson" 3 positions

- What type of race?
Bolt in profile but not too round, rather, between a Les Paul and ESP, both for......
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- In which country was it made? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...):
In Korea, it is marked on the head of the beast also

- How many frets, what kind of micro and their configuration:
22 frets, 2 humbuckers with black hood resembling the EMG (but it is not)

- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
A Licensed Floyd Rose that my faith is pretty well the agreement saw what I sent him as dive bomb, and company Squealing

- What are the settings (volume, tone, micro switch ...)?:
Configuration rather simple: two volumes, one tone knob and a "type gibson" 3 positions

- What type of race?
Bolt in profile but not too round, rather, between a Les Paul and ESP, both for comfort and acrobatics without problems

UTILIZATION

- The handle is it fun?

The neck is super-nice and comfortable (I weigh my words)

- Access to acute (last frets) is it easy?

The shape of the beast, do not worry about until the 20th, after it's a bit more difficult but not insurmountable (Dimebag arrived there with no worries I think ...^^)

- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

The shape is not common, so inevitably there will be quick to shoot a colleague on stage if not careful, it says no problem sitting for play (not as a flying). Weight level, ben wood y'en a lot still on the skyscraper, so obviously it weighs, but hey, it's not mahogany therefore not insurmountable.

SOUNDS

- They are suitable to your style of music?

Yeah, of course! For music that's clearly strict deposit his chosen field.

- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?

I plug in a beautiful full head Randall transistor, a 2x12 Rectifier MesaBoogie and distortion "DD-11 Dime" MXR home.

- What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?

OK, distortion in the neck pickup is very heavy, perfect for large rhythmic but a bit mushy for my taste, must be said that given the price of the guitar should not expect wonders ... yet! Bridge pickup sends severe distortion, produces a much compressed, not far from a passive EMG finally.
The clean sound is clearly not his specialty but the center position of the selector, the sound is widely used, the roundness of micro offset the aggressiveness of severe acute micro.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I use it for a year and a half now

- What is so special that you like most and least?
The pros:-the shape Dimebag
The micro-acute
-Price
Floyd-the good quality for this price range

The -:-versatility (although clean is correct, the crunch does not exist)
-The splendid setting of massive cardboard in which it is delivered

- How would you rate the quality / price?
Excellent, no no but really excellent: the Grover at this price point, the made in Korea and not China, etc..

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
Today not because I have several high end LTD, but ... I'm saving for Dean From Hell
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Guitars
  • Model: MLXT
  • Series: ML
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/29/2004

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