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  • innocent.mooninnocent.moon

    Dean Guitars Dimebag Dixie RebelPublished on 12/24/07 at 09:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in Korea (probably by beautiful little kids 8 years of euro countries 25ct The Day)
    22 frets, set neck microphone (shit) in the neck position and a Seymour Duncan SH13 in the bridge position.
    It is equipped with a floyd rose licensed
    two volume buttons and a tonalitbr /> The handle is round and wide enough without being imaniable ... (Unlike)
    I put 6 in the vibrato is very medium and micro shit.
    Vibrato for me to explain, it's good, it holds well but the tuning rod screwed vibrato 'inside, so to turn in one direction or the other is heavy, it is unscrewed (and a game) or she is screwed and so is hard ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, access to acu…
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    Guitar made in Korea (probably by beautiful little kids 8 years of euro countries 25ct The Day)
    22 frets, set neck microphone (shit) in the neck position and a Seymour Duncan SH13 in the bridge position.
    It is equipped with a floyd rose licensed
    two volume buttons and a tonalitbr /> The handle is round and wide enough without being imaniable ... (Unlike)
    I put 6 in the vibrato is very medium and micro shit.
    Vibrato for me to explain, it's good, it holds well but the tuning rod screwed vibrato 'inside, so to turn in one direction or the other is heavy, it is unscrewed (and a game) or she is screwed and so is hard ...

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super enjoyable, access to acute as easy as I've ever seen! exelente ergonomics seems to me (I come back to Gibson Les Paul then here koi)
    for her it is a matter of adjustment, unlike the Gibson that sounds carefree, that Dean is more difficult rules on account of the output level lev of SH13 and the personality of the micro ... rgl but once (at the receiver) sends it right ca

    SOUNDS

    It suited my style of music, personally I find broad use, classic blues rock metal etc. .. it goes but it is a matter of adjustment amp ...
    I like the sound enough fat out of the SH13 is bold but very precise plans for rapid passes without the serious ca ... drool
    The handle provides an al sustain terrible ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have not been very long but I feel like there's no adaptation pb with it.
    I love the color, paint and SH13 vibrato but the stem is Brisse burne and the micro serious (but it will turn him soon) when I find it a bit expensive but good at the same time it is sold in the fly box, there's a good mic ... nan in the fact that ca.
    I would do without this choice hesitate
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  • JoeBAR85JoeBAR85

    A killer player ;-)

    Dean Guitars Dimebag Dixie RebelPublished on 03/18/11 at 14:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    FC first opinion, nothing to add except the vibrato.
    I have no problem with, once it is screwed (by the outside!) Remains in place where you can do but let the 360 ​​° without any risk of "screwed / unscrewed.
    It takes the agreement brilliantly, I've never been in default and yet I used a lot.
    You can type on it, pull, crush, give thousand miseries ... No problemo ... and it has been 18 months now ;-)
    Honestly it's the best type tremolo floyd I had on my guitars (one is in Schaller anyway!).

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant, quick, sharp very accessible.
    It only has 22 frets, which may be a "concern", without of course be problematic.
    It is a well balanced guitar, it remain…
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    FC first opinion, nothing to add except the vibrato.
    I have no problem with, once it is screwed (by the outside!) Remains in place where you can do but let the 360 ​​° without any risk of "screwed / unscrewed.
    It takes the agreement brilliantly, I've never been in default and yet I used a lot.
    You can type on it, pull, crush, give thousand miseries ... No problemo ... and it has been 18 months now ;-)
    Honestly it's the best type tremolo floyd I had on my guitars (one is in Schaller anyway!).

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very pleasant, quick, sharp very accessible.
    It only has 22 frets, which may be a "concern", without of course be problematic.
    It is a well balanced guitar, it remains well positioned once cinched. Not like my LAG Hardmaster who has an unfortunate tendency to pitch nose ^ ^
    And to hook horns with the decor! In some cons, it would stand alone ;-)

    SOUNDS

    Let me be very clear: metal inside, the SH13 is there for that and he fulfilled his role with gusto!
    (Small detail: the SH13 is a signature Dimebag Darell ;-)
    on the other hand I know not what they were up shit in the neck position but it's a horror ... not potato and it dribbles all over the place. Original shit found on entry-level guitars. Frankly it's been abused finish this guitar and its equipment. A change is urgently if you switch regularly on pain of large height differences.

    When the knobs are very sensitive to them and very progressive. You really can qualify with knob tone.

    I already had to resolder one of the selector cable. Yet the welds seem fine but good. Things happen.
    However it works fine, though I'm a fan of going to / back to jerky sound (a bit like Tom Morello) and it is very well shot for now.

    OVERALL OPINION

    What can I say? Very good instrument, we like it or not its form and decoration but frankly it farts!
    The finish is clean, the vibrato begins to bite slightly, it's time I give him a makeover.
    It is sold with the logo fly with Dean (of a size large!)

    In conclusion: beware horns !!!!!! they only want one thing: smashing the scenery! : D
    (That's the conclusion eh ^ ^)
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