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Dean Dime Razorback 4-String Electric Bass
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The Dean Razorback Bass comes with an extra-long 35" scale length and rock-hard multi-laminate neck-thru construction for powerful play. Combined wit...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed by Dimebag Darrell to be the end-all metal bass.
The Dean Razorback Bass comes with an extra-long 35" scale length and rock-hard multi-laminate neck-thru construction for powerful play. Combined with humbucking soapbar pickups and active electronics, the Razorback gives low tunings incredible punch and response. It also has basswood body wings, rosewood fingerboard, sealed heavy-duty tuners, and high-mass bridge for sustain and tone. Comes with hardshell case.
- 35" scale
- Multi-laminate neck-thru construction
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Basswood body
- 2 humbucking soapbar pickups
- 2-band active EQ
- High-mass bridge
- Sealed die-cast tuners
Reviewed by 7 customers
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It's a pain to lug around for sure. It's very weak sounding in my opinion and not very user friendly. I would much rather stick with the 250$ Ibanez that i have then to play my razorback at shows. It's a great bass if you plan on buying an array of pedals for but if you want a chunky sounding bass, this is not for you.
I just got this today, and I must say that this bass was the first bass I have ordered that came set up perfect, right out of the box. I really don't like the stings on it, and like my Bootzilla, it takes the Super XL strings. Real nice sustain due to the neck-through AND the rear entery for the strings! I didn't even know that little bonus until I got it and checked it out. The low end really isn't as present as I wished for it to be, but I plan on throwing some EMGhz's in there with an Aguliar OMP-1. Also, the neck is a V style, not a C like most. Never played a V style (referring to the back of the neck... not the head-stock) The weighting is, well, not so great... and it's a little difficult to play in second octave of the bass. No problem though if you do the 'ol "foot prop on the monitor" thing to get it into position.All in all, this is a great bass for several songs, or even a set. Good secondary bass in my opinion and it will turn heads at the gig for sure.
I love this bass. It sounds amazing. The Quality of this bass is also very good. The only thing I don't like about it is that it is huge, but it still is one of the best basses out there.
I love the feel and sound I get from mine! The long scale is easy to play and the balance is good too! I use a SVT Ampeg 450 head and a 8X10 Ampeg cab. I only have one minor complaint, The bass is a little noisey when volume on the bass and amp is turned up. I checked everything out and all was good. I called Dean support and they were very helpful. They told me the pick-ups are very high output. When comparing output on these pick-ups verses my other "name brand" pick-ups (with active EQ) the Dean pick-ups wre almost twice the output! I now use a noise gate in my signal chain and that seems to work well. This bass is made to be loud and aggesive!! And thats what it does. I play Live in a metal band and it pushes your sound up front very well. The case this bass comes with is built like a tank. And is HUGE! !Have fun carrying this beast around! Over all a nice bass that sounds awesome and is fun to play. Your sure to turn heads with this bass hanging from your neck. Well worth the money, flawless paint work and construction .Neck through design makes your notes ring out for days (the very high output pick-ups help also) Electronics are solid and smooth. Tuners are decent (sealed) Ive had no problem with mine staying in tune. The bridge is VERY WELL made and very practical, best bridge design Ive seen in a long time. Inlays are finished nice. Frets are finished very well also and polished to a high sheen. If you want a kick-axx looking bass and have the means to get this bass you wont regret it. I love mine and play shows with it.
ive had the bass for about 5 months and can only think of 2 things i dont like about it .... i forget how big it is and somtimes bump into things and it drains batteries really fast but overall i love it
I've had this bass for a few months now and I have to say that its defiantly the best bass dean has. The down side is that if you play any show and you have a small car and a lot of equipment prepare for torture. The only other problem I had was the balance of the body.after the first half hour of playing your arm will want to fall off from holding the headstock from hittin the ground. Other than that this is easily the best sounding metal bass I've ever heard some esp basses come close but no cigar and it defiantly worth it
it's an awsome bass, it's much better that the one on the picture.great sound,very confortable,awsome graphics,one of the best bass i ever seen