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  • MezencMezenc

    Very nice!

    Dean Guitars D92EPublished on 03/16/11 at 08:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Made in Korea
    - Ash body
    - Rosewood fingerboard with 24 frets markers "wings"
    - Jumbo frets
    - Maple neck
    - Floyd Rose Licensed
    - Dean pickups HSS configuration (double easel, simple and intermediate run)
    - Three knobs, one volume for the three microphones, a knob tone for neck pickup, and another for the middle pickup, no tone control for bridge pickup.
    - Switch 5 postions
    - Mechanical oil bath
    - Bolt-on neck
    - Gold hardware

    He does not miss much.

    Otherwise, the look is nice and simple, the finish is very honest.


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not too broad and fairly flat but not as much as the Ibanez, AC is close to the Jackson Dinky sleeves I've tried. In the end I…
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    - Made in Korea
    - Ash body
    - Rosewood fingerboard with 24 frets markers "wings"
    - Jumbo frets
    - Maple neck
    - Floyd Rose Licensed
    - Dean pickups HSS configuration (double easel, simple and intermediate run)
    - Three knobs, one volume for the three microphones, a knob tone for neck pickup, and another for the middle pickup, no tone control for bridge pickup.
    - Switch 5 postions
    - Mechanical oil bath
    - Bolt-on neck
    - Gold hardware

    He does not miss much.

    Otherwise, the look is nice and simple, the finish is very honest.


    UTILIZATION

    The handle is not too broad and fairly flat but not as much as the Ibanez, AC is close to the Jackson Dinky sleeves I've tried. In the end I find it very comfortable and the touch is really nice.

    The highs are very accessible (a small chamfer on the bottom slot makes the thing very well).

    The weight is OK.

    Get a cool sound is not too complicated (all the same shade for the bridge pickup with tone is not adjustable).


    SOUNDS

    I play blues, rock, hard rock, metal, it follows very well in all styles (well bof, not for the extreme metal).

    Mics simple fill out their roles, but I'm not convinced by the intermediate position. The twin is doing well too, especially in disto.

    Eventually the sounds are nice but it may lack a little personality, but for a guitar in this range that is understandable.

    In the end I find versatile.

    Finally, the sustain is very good and it sounds really pretty disconnected.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A good guitar that has nothing to envy of any full-Ibanez, Ltd., etc..

    It is a good value: it lacks nothing, good mic, floyd, 24 frets, good sound ... and I shall give one layer for the handle that I think is really excellent.

    Guitar bought used in 2006 for 300 euros (half the price of nine), I used five years ago just sold to finance the purchase of another guitar.
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