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Dean Dimebag Dime O Flage Floyd ML Electric Guitar
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The Dean Dimebag Dime O Flage Floyd ML Electric Guitar features Dime O Flage graphics over its highly resonant ML-style basswood body. The guitar's b...Read More
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An affordable hardcore guitar with stunning graphics.
The Dean Dimebag Dime O Flage Floyd ML Electric Guitar features Dime O Flage graphics over its highly resonant ML-style basswood body. The guitar's bolt-on maple neck has a C-shaped profile. The 24-3/4" scale neck and 22-fret rosewood fingerboard facilitate intricate, shredding solos and lightning quick chord changes.
DMT Design humbucking pickups pump out plenty of raw, uncensored tone. 3-way switching with 2 volume knobs and a single tone control keep things tonally flexible. The Dimebag Dime O Flage guitar's Floyd Rose Special tremolo bridge helps you get wild and crazy without fear while Grover tuners facilitate accurate, easy tuning.
- Basswood Top/Body
- 24-3/4" Scale
- Bolt-On Maple C Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Pearl Dot Inlays
- Grover Tuners
- Black Hardware
- DBD Traction Knobs
- Floyd Rose Special Bridge
- DMT Design Pickups
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Comments about Dean Dimebag Dime O Flage Floyd ML Electric Guitar:
Not the worst axe in the world, and one of my friends really enjoys playing it. If you want a kickass looking metal guitar though, there are better options. It's better than the "All Show No Go" B.C. Rich's I've played, but not much. I suggest a nice LTD or Ibanez for this price range. If you do want a Dean, save your money, their higher end guitars are much better.
I've never been a fan of tremelo arms myself, but a lot of players really enjoy them. Mine also had "quick change knobs" which were handy but nothing to right home about. It's just your basic floyd rose guitar with an outlandish shape.
A poor guitar for the price. Sustains alright, and it does what a guitar is suppose to, but mine had many flaws common in lower end craftsmanship. It does the job, and if you LOVE dimebag and want a guitar with a lot of show or stage presence, this isn't a bad choice. Not that I would play this on stage, but I suppose it makes a good wall decoration.
You're paying for the name of dimebag. That's all, I bought this used for two hundred and fifty bucks, and a Peavy Raptor I had a while back blew this thing out of the water in terms of sustane, tone, and playability. Even at the decreased price, I feel like I was ripped off.