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Dean Black Gold ML Electric Guitar
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The Dean Black Gold ML Electric Guitar features a solid ML-shaped mahogany body and neck with a flame maple top. The transparent black finish allows ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Strike it rich with this dark beauty.
The Dean Black Gold ML Electric Guitar features a solid ML-shaped mahogany body and neck with a flame maple top. The transparent black finish allows the flame grain to shine through, giving this instrument a unique air of diabolical beauty. Finishing touches include full binding on the body and headstock, pearl block inlays on the rosewood fretboard, and all gold hardware.
Of course, being a Dean, you know this beast is endowed with more than visual temptations. String-through construction brings out the high sound qualities of this tonewood: mahogany for great sustain and depth, the maple top for brightness and clarity. 2 high-output covered humbuckers mean business when they carry this tone to your amplifier. Whether you're chunking out a locomotive-from-hell rhythm or slicing the air with a face-melting solo, Dean's Black Gold ML is a well that won't run dry.
- Mahogany Body and Neck
- Fully binding on body and headstock
- String-thru construction
- 22 frets
- 2 covered humbuckers
- 3-position toggle
- Flame Maple Top
- Rosewood Fretboard
- Tune-O-Matic-style adjustable bridge
- V-shape gold tailpiece
- Pearl Block Inlay
- "Black Gold" 12th Fret Inlay
- Gold Hardware
- Grover Tuners
- Trans Black finish on body and headstock
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I have had mine for 16 months. I changed the pickups and gauge of strings right away. The stock pickups don't do the trick. But that's the only draw back. I put a Seymour Duncan SH-1(59) in the neck and a SH- 10(full shred) at the bridge. It plays and sounds better than my Gibson SG (USA). The body is HEAVY and has a good finish for being an import.
Got this for xmas, and I was happy at first, then I played other guitars to compare it to, and was very dissapointed. The tone is thin, the bodys to light, the stock pups are, just not as good as you would think... I played this compared to a Epi flying V, and the V blew it away. The neck on it isnt bad, the paintjob, and the flamed look isnt bad, and by no means is this guitar bad, its just probibly a guitar you should avoid if you want a quality midrange-higher end end guitar.