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Dean Guitars Vendetta 4.0

STC-Shaped Guitar from Dean Guitars belonging to the Vendetta series

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reverbareverba

Dean Guitars Vendetta 4.0Published on 03/04/07 at 04:10
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This guitar was made in korea. it could be scary at first, when you see the difference in production at this level

Short tour of the features:
<ul> 24 frets
mahogany body with flamed maple table
Mahogany neck through 5 games (I have not found the other component)
palisandre touch with a nice inlay "barbed wire" (but has some small "defect" installation "is not a masterbuilder ^ ^)
2 Dean humbucker (apparently made by DiMarzio?)
Volume 1 portard
1 tone knob
A toggle switch 3 position (bridge, all round)
Tune O Matic
Grover </ul>

UTILIZATION

This guitar is really agréagle to play.
Very well balanced and not too heavy, Mancu is thin enough, a key with a small...…
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This guitar was made in korea. it could be scary at first, when you see the difference in production at this level

Short tour of the features:
<ul> 24 frets
mahogany body with flamed maple table
Mahogany neck through 5 games (I have not found the other component)
palisandre touch with a nice inlay "barbed wire" (but has some small "defect" installation "is not a masterbuilder ^ ^)
2 Dean humbucker (apparently made by DiMarzio?)
Volume 1 portard
1 tone knob
A toggle switch 3 position (bridge, all round)
Tune O Matic
Grover </ul>

UTILIZATION

This guitar is really agréagle to play.
Very well balanced and not too heavy, Mancu is thin enough, a key with a small radius, a privileged access to acute among others through the handle through.
After a few chords, we see that this guitar is cut for the metal or the big rock.
Perhaps the woods are not as good quality as ESP or other, so a little flexible if you pull the handle for example, or if it is put to bear on the lower body and head (to be avoided because even noramelement it is not good for a guitar!)
In terms of electronics, this is what I prefer: Simplified settings!
2 humbuckers, a 3-position selector (neck, all bridge), a knob for tone and volume.
very easy to get his sound:
The bridge for Rhythmic sharp, the handle for a smooth (ideal light) and two for his rhythm going on everywhere.

SOUNDS

At this level, everything suits me perfectly.
The sound is sharp and clear, the guitar sounds right, even after spending a draft of 14-64 ordes to be granted BEADF # B.
Harmonics just, in short everything goes without any worries!
The tone knob I am not too useful as it is always set to max block for a definition.
I turned recement bridge pickup for a micro vieu Gibson 79 (Pat 2,737,842) and there is really ultimate!
I am fully satisfied with the sound I can get with: not too kind but very effective.
I play a style of music focused on the industrial metal, the sound is perfect, clear and precise in saturation. Coupled with my Brunetti XL R-evo ² is the ultimate! I am often asked the amtos I have to leave such a sound (the amp has a lot to).
The presence in the midrange is superb, making it very well out of the mix next to a low fat well.
Artificial and natural harmonics sound all without too much trouble, except on the string of 64 to 1,2,3 or fourth box (you tried to make harmonic on a string bass?) And then good, be realtiviser, we are not at an ESP or Ibanez Universe, so quality is lower after compared with high-end instrumentals.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year and a half
I love:
- The look
- Ergonomics
- His sound

I like least:
- Micro home
- The finishing detail that is the same as an ESP or Mayones, ....

I had gone to a schecter C1-Classic and then I saw that there is a strict copy (same factory I think) so I was not disappointed!

The price / quality ratio is the ultimate paid € 550 I think I vriament an exceptional instrument in the hands. With a fender strato States, and has also played on Ibanez K7, Gibson, ESP horizon ... I think this guitar does very well. It is not complicated, just know and ask me what this guitar. Once played, they are surprised by the overall quality and sound.

Pushing the reasoning is a perfect guitar for the live: reliable, it sounds, it's mouth! and at this level, we will not distinguish between an ESP and this one (sutout with my amp) but if you want to do real big studio, it is better to look at a premium, of course!

Repeat this choice? more ways than one, I plan to redeem myself the same in another color to have a spare guitar in concert, so I'm happy!
It's simple, this guitar rivals those at about € 1000. Proceed to change the pickups with Gibson, SD, Dimarzion or PRS, and there is a big competition.

The perfect alternative to the Schecter C1-Classic or Washburn X50
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crashmancrashman

Dean Guitars Vendetta 4.0Published on 10/08/08 at 05:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Korean made, 24 frets, licensed floyd, neck-... dja tt is said. Although balance and rather "pretty" I reproached the fintion TOC frets (you get stuck the E string in the acute 3 and 4 th) even large MODELS know of such feedings but ... ca can be arranged. Trs enjoyable in hand, I admit I t bleuf by the fineness of the handle and Accessibility assistive technology software. 9 because I put the finishing ... I was forgetting ... it has an allure not possible!! especially the head

UTILIZATION

Accessible from anywhere, the neck is fast and touch prcise. lightweight and balance. the two microphones are the characters. I confess to a weakness for the neck pickup is the second I find too...…
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Korean made, 24 frets, licensed floyd, neck-... dja tt is said. Although balance and rather "pretty" I reproached the fintion TOC frets (you get stuck the E string in the acute 3 and 4 th) even large MODELS know of such feedings but ... ca can be arranged. Trs enjoyable in hand, I admit I t bleuf by the fineness of the handle and Accessibility assistive technology software. 9 because I put the finishing ... I was forgetting ... it has an allure not possible!! especially the head

UTILIZATION

Accessible from anywhere, the neck is fast and touch prcise. lightweight and balance. the two microphones are the characters. I confess to a weakness for the neck pickup is the second I find too "powerful". the bridge is very practical and stable vibrato.

SOUNDS

JMP1, tube power amp works, 4x10 inch speaker tube Stereo works, nothing to say. May be a lack indescribable sweetness in the treble but everything else .... the trs is good. I jou before on fernandes, strata, and I found leduc leduc finesse with the fierce fernandes. in fact, that's what I was looking for.

OVERALL OPINION

Report quality price: nothing to say. I did not have deep pockets or I would have called a luthier. I first ... anything but finish it ncessaire to assign a "real" luthier. cot speed, it really has something unique and adcouvrir. I do not mind a second. lol
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  • Manufacturer: Dean Guitars
  • Model: Vendetta 4.0
  • Series: Vendetta
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/08/2004

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