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Dean Dimebag Wanted ML Electric Guitar
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The Dean Dimebag Wanted ML Electric Guitar puts Dime's favorite body design on top of the "Most Wanted" list. The sleek, set mahogany neck with rosew...Read More
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Dime's familar body design with DMT pickups and Floyd Rose 1000 bridge.
The Dean Dimebag Wanted ML Electric Guitar puts Dime's favorite body design on top of the "Most Wanted" list. The sleek, set mahogany neck with rosewood fretboard is designed for speed, while the Dime Time humbucker at the bridge and humbucker neck pickup deliver all the high-output sonics you'll need. It also features Pearl Dime Razor inlays inlays with a razorblade at the 12th fret, classic V headstock shape, 24-3/4" scale, and Grover tuners. The Floyd Rose 1000 bridge will keep you in fine dive bombing form.
Case sold separately.
- Mahogany Top/Body
- 24-3/4" Scale
- 1-11/16" Nut
- Set Mahogany C Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Pearl Dime Razor Inlays
- Grover Tuners
- Black Hardware
- DBD Traction Knobs
- Floyd Rose 1000 Bridge
- USA DMT "DimeTime" Bridge Pickup
- DMT Design Neck Pickup
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Tone
- Solid Electronics
- Visually Stunning
- Rock Concerts
Comments about Dean Dimebag Wanted ML Electric Guitar:
I just received "Darrell"(yes I named it) yesterday. Upon opening the box the finish struck me right off the bat. Absolutely zero flaws or imperfections. Just a gorgeous axe to say the least. As per standard procedure with any guitar I own I made the list of adjustments after changing it to my preferred string gauge(.010-.052) then adjusted trem bridge spring tension until I got as close as possible to a level bridge float. I then made a minor truss rod adjustment. Plugged her in and let fly. Very fast neck and the pickups are very good too. I would compare the Dimetime pickup to a Duncan SH-4 or a DiMarzio super distortion. Both basically hotrodded PAF's.
All in all a great guitar for the price. So if you are a Dime fanatic or a metalhead in general it would be a great axe for the collection :-)