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Dean Dime-O-Flage Electric Guitar
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The custom camo finish on the Dean Dime-O-Flage Electric Guitar definitely won't help you hide. Set off with chrome hardware and zebra humbuckers, it...Click To Read More About This Product
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It's got Dimebag Darrell all over it!
The custom camo finish on the Dean Dime-O-Flage Electric Guitar definitely won't help you hide. Set off with chrome hardware and zebra humbuckers, it can't be missed on any stage. Bolt on maple neck on basswood body with rosewood fretboard. The Dean Dime-O-Flage has a super-fast feel.
- Basswood body
- Bolt-on maple neck
- Zebra humbuckers
- Grover tuners
- Tune-o-matic bridge
- 24-3/4" scale
- 1-11/16" nut width
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This guitar is so cool its unbelievable. I played it out of a Krankenstien and nearly crapped myself. It would have sounded better with a floyd rose tremelo, but hey, it kicks ass as a stock guitar. I wasnt to impressed with the camo graphic though. its still an awesome axe...
When I first got this guitar I loved it. After a little while I wanted to change the strings. I use 12s and the B and lower Estring were to big for the nut. I changed the nut and it works fine now good job Dean.
This guitar is sick! not only does it have the crazy look of a flying v, you actully sit down with this one! And with the price you can't go wrong. R.I.P. Dimebag...
Electric Guitars: Fender Strat, Ibanez RG570, Marshall 2x12 Combo 130 watts,Digitech RP2000.Features: Basic. Volume for each pickup, 1 tone control, Grover tuners.Quality: Good for the price, so far. The line where camo meets white could be straighter. There was a little saw dust around the neck pickup and where the neck bolt to the body. Intonation is nearly perfect. Very heavy duty case for the extra $$$.Value: Can't do much better for 300 bucks.Overall: It's a good guitar for the price. I bought it because I wanted something with a fixed bridge. The action is ok, I am used to the low Ibanez action so I did adjust it a little lower, although it will not go as low as my Ibanez without fret buzz.The tone is either warmer or muddier than the Ibanez (haven't played it enough yet to tell). I'm more used to strat style bodies and this one is alot bassier. Weight isn't much different but the strap position is a little wierd. I am able to get pretty good bluesy and clean tones with ease. Metal/rock tones have been a bit more difficult but may just require more EQ fine tuning. Even after stretching the strings it still goes out of tune slightly after playing for a while with and occasionall string bending so I have already orders Sperzel locking tuners. I will also be replacing both pickups with either Dimarzio Evolution or a Dimebucker/Evolution Combo. It doesn't feel, play or sound as good as the Ibanez but it may just be a matter of what I am used to and it is was less than half the price. Don't get me wrong it is a great guitar for the money and can be made much better with a couple minor upgrades. Best of all it will keep the memory of Dime alive for many years!!!
If any of you have seen Dimes original Dime-o-Flage model, youll find out that this tribute model does not accurately emulate the look of the original. But, is that a problem? Hell no! This guitar delivers and delivers quite impressively, although more advanced players would want to replace the Dean humbuckers with a Dimebucker on the bridge and maybe an EMG 81 for the neck, but the guitar as it is plays astoundingly well right out of the box. I thought the action was too low at first, but I was sadly mistaken as I started doing some tapping and playing licks. A decent tribute for a departed legend.
I feel that this is a very smart axe for anyone who's down on cash and wants the best value for the dollar. This guitar will deliver very good tone from the stock pickups, though I felt they sounded a little muddy at low volumes. This is made in China but the build quality is very robust and this guitar is not very heavy for its size (my standard telecaster weighs more); and the action is very good. Definitely spring for the Dean ML hardcase, it is large but very cool, even though mine came with a broken latch.
I just got this guitar today. I feel in love with it instantly. This guitar is perfect. The finish is beautiful, the neck will give you quick action, and the pickups put out such a great sound. Once you put on some distortion, it will really crack your ribs. This is a great guitar for the price. I let the rythem guitarist in my band use it and within 3 minutes was checking his walet to see if he had the dollars. Get this guitar!