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Dean Heirloom Resonator Guitar
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Made of solid distressed metal with matching dot inlays and truss rod cover, the Heirloom resonator guitar from Dean has a unique voice all its own. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable metal resonator guitar with a unique voice and a vintage look!
Made of solid distressed metal with matching dot inlays and truss rod cover, the Heirloom resonator guitar from Dean has a unique voice all its own. Appointments include "F" shaped soundholes, "Aged" grover tuners, and an embossed Dean logo in the bridge cover.
- Made of Solid Distressed Brass or Copper
- Single Cone Construction
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Brass dot position inlays
- "F" shaped soundholes
- 19 fret/14 open
- 24-3?4 inch Scale
- 3 inch Depth
- "Aged" Grover Tuners
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I like to play old blues, Robert Johnson, Son House type stuff, and I wanted a resonator that reflects that style. Most resonators look flashy and have tons of details that fit better with country music. You really look stupid singing about hard times when playing a chrome guitars with flower inlays. This thing definitly isn't flashy, It looks like crap (in a good way) and sounds pretty bad too, and that's why I love it. This guitar fits perfectly with depression era music and i've gotten lots of positive feedback about it. When I take it out for a show, it gets the crowd's attention and sets the mood of the song before I even start playing.Like I said it's not the best sounding resonator but come on, it's a 500$ guitar. The neck suprised me, it plays easily and hasn't warped yet with all the tunning changes I put it through. It came set up for playing standard tunning (witch it does well) I had to set up the neck to play slide, but that's no suprise. It's heavy but if your used to Les Pauls like me it's not a big deal, I'm comfortable playing it standing up. I gave it a 2 for features because of the three Dean resonators it's the only one without pickups. I would have loved to have a resonator with the features of the Dean chrome G with distressed finish of the heirloom. Oh well, at least it's cheap. I'm going to add a pickup and change the cone but still one of my favorite guitars, Keep it up Dean.