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The Dean Palomino Electric Guitar has a look straight out of the '40s and a triple P-90 tonal attack. The Palomino is a unique electric guitar built ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Powerful P-90 punch and smooth hollowbody vibe.

The Dean Palomino Electric Guitar has a look straight out of the '40s and a triple P-90 tonal attack. The Palomino is a unique electric guitar built for blues and rock. The archtop body is dressed up with a classy-looking chrome bridge and tailpiece. The P-90 pickups combine with the resonant body to deliver the ultimate tone: smooth and creamy with plenty of punch. The Dean Palomino has a comfy 24-3/4" scale length, 5-way pickup selector, master volume and tone controls, and a 20- fret rosewood fingerboard.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options. Case sold separately.

FEATURES
  • Set neck
  • Archtop
  • 16" lower bout
  • 3 P-90 pickups
  • Master volume and tone controls
  • 5-way pick-up selector
  • Chrome hardware
  • 24-3/4" scale length
  • Trapeze bridge
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DeanPalomino Electric Guitar
 
4.6

(based on 39 reviews)

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    (29)

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    (6)

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    (2)

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91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun to play (9)
  • Good feel (9)
  • Good pick up (8)
  • Good tone (8)
  • Solid electronics (7)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Jamming (8)
  • Practicing (7)
  • Small venues (6)
  • Recording (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (8), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Different

This is a very unique guitar. Basically an ES-175 body with the function of a Strat, that is a five way switch and 3 pickups. I find this very cool. Electronics seem...Read complete review

This is a very unique guitar. Basically an ES-175 body with the function of a Strat, that is a five way switch and 3 pickups. I find this very cool. Electronics seem to function very well, the 3 way switch is very solid feeling. It was playable out of the box but I like my action a bit lower than factory setup. A few quick turns of the bridge thumb wheels brought the action down nicely. Checked relief for the neck, a little too much so removed the truss rod cover to tighten a bit. The truss rod nut was completely loose which is common when shipping a guitar. A small adjustment and was good to go. This brought the action at the nut to just about perfect, just needed to cut the high E string slot a hair to get it where I like it. I had a slight buzz at the 10th fret. I did a fret level and polish and that took care of any buzzing. Please be aware that any new guitar needs a set-up, if you can't do it yourself find a good tech. All in all this came set up better than most new guitars I have purchased. Intonation was very close, just remember this is a floating bridge so either change strings one at a time or mark the position, I use a couple pieces of tape to mark it. Also be sure to check all screws and tighten as needed. This is a fairly heavy guitar, mine weighed in at 8 lbs even. As far as looks it really has a great vintage vibe to it, mine is the seafoam green and is a real attention getter. After the previous mentioned adjustments it play very well. The neck has a nice feel to it, not too chunky but not skinny, just right for me. The P-90's sound good, maybe not boutique quality but for this price very good. I like the tail piece, it has plenty of retro bling, I have several other hollow-bodies with tremolo's and am tempted to add a Bigsby but really hate to alter the look. Unplugged it has a very nice acoustic quality, not loud but for practice without an amp very nice. Plugged in it is a different animal, the configuration makes it much different from typical hollow bodies making it possible to get Tele/Strat sounds out of it. The neck pick-up can yield some nice blues and jazz sounds as well. It handles over-drive well, you will get some feedback if you over do it but not as much as most hollow bodies I have do but I wouldn't try heavy metal. I've never been interested in Dean guitars before, most are geared to the death metal crowd, but this one is different. Because of the uniqueness this one will be a keeper.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Possibly Defective?

I ordered this guitar last December, and have problems rating it. The fit and finish was very good. Frets were nice and level, and such. But plugged into my amp, this guitar...Read complete review

I ordered this guitar last December, and have problems rating it. The fit and finish was very good. Frets were nice and level, and such. But plugged into my amp, this guitar produces a huge low range feedback on all of my amps channels and settings -- jazz, classic rock, and metal. I cranked out this feedback with my graphic EQ and then noticed that the pickups squealed on any amp setting. I cranked out the squeal, and was left with no tone. I called my luthier who said the guitar probably had some structural components of the body missing, and clearly had bad pickups. I returned the guitar the next day. But I have asked a friend who is a manager at a music store that sells Dean to call me if they get one of these in, so I can check it out. I really think (and hope) that the individual guitar I got was defective, and that a proper one might have some promise.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Different

By Jerkowitz

from St. Louis, Mo

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Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jamming
    • Practicing
    • Recording
    • Small Venues

    Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

    This is a very unique guitar. Basically an ES-175 body with the function of a Strat, that is a five way switch and 3 pickups. I find this very cool. Electronics seem to function very well, the 3 way switch is very solid feeling. It was playable out of the box but I like my action a bit lower than factory setup. A few quick turns of the bridge thumb wheels brought the action down nicely. Checked relief for the neck, a little too much so removed the truss rod cover to tighten a bit. The truss rod nut was completely loose which is common when shipping a guitar. A small adjustment and was good to go. This brought the action at the nut to just about perfect, just needed to cut the high E string slot a hair to get it where I like it. I had a slight buzz at the 10th fret. I did a fret level and polish and that took care of any buzzing. Please be aware that any new guitar needs a set-up, if you can't do it yourself find a good tech. All in all this came set up better than most new guitars I have purchased. Intonation was very close, just remember this is a floating bridge so either change strings one at a time or mark the position, I use a couple pieces of tape to mark it. Also be sure to check all screws and tighten as needed. This is a fairly heavy guitar, mine weighed in at 8 lbs even. As far as looks it really has a great vintage vibe to it, mine is the seafoam green and is a real attention getter. After the previous mentioned adjustments it play very well. The neck has a nice feel to it, not too chunky but not skinny, just right for me. The P-90's sound good, maybe not boutique quality but for this price very good. I like the tail piece, it has plenty of retro bling, I have several other hollow-bodies with tremolo's and am tempted to add a Bigsby but really hate to alter the look. Unplugged it has a very nice acoustic quality, not loud but for practice without an amp very nice. Plugged in it is a different animal, the configuration makes it much different from typical hollow bodies making it possible to get Tele/Strat sounds out of it. The neck pick-up can yield some nice blues and jazz sounds as well. It handles over-drive well, you will get some feedback if you over do it but not as much as most hollow bodies I have do but I wouldn't try heavy metal. I've never been interested in Dean guitars before, most are geared to the death metal crowd, but this one is different. Because of the uniqueness this one will be a keeper.

    (10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Awesome Blues Guitar

    By Bluesbreaker1960

    from Boyce, Virginia

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    Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

    Very well made, and beautiful to look at. Has the 50's look to it
    I bought this guitar two yrs ago from Rt.66 Guitars and have to say that this is a serious BLUES machine! Mine is the Natural finish, The quality of the body and binding is excellent. The Maple veneer on the back was fitted so well its hard to see the seam. My only semi-negative is that the P-90's could have been better quality. They still sound good. I may upgrade down the road with Lollars. I've run it through a TS808 on my Fender HRD and your talking some serious Mojo! The neck is a dream to play and feels great.The 5 way switch is what got me to buy it. As others said, you get Tele and Strat tone in position 2 & 4.Very versatile. For the price you cannot beat it. Beautiful overall.
    Beautifully constructed!
    Best bang for the buck!

    (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Dean Hit This One Out of the Park

    By Trip Hunt

    from Rockport, TX

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    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Recording
      • Small Venues
      • Variety Of Tones
      • Versatile

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      I don't write reviews often. But I'm inspired to share this with those experienced guitarists who are tired of lugging multiple guitars to gigs. I own several arch tops: Alvarez, Hagstrom, Gretsch, and Epiphone. Each one has pros and cons. The Dean Palamino arch top is much more gig functional than any arch top in this price range ($500-1000). Why? It's all in the Dean electronics. Plain and simple. None of my current arch tops (all have 2 pick-ups) can match the variety of tone colors available from this triple pick-up with tele-style switch... One volume, One tone, and 5 pick up combos. Very simple design. Combine that with a full-size hollow body sustain and you can use this one guitar on the gig and play just about any style, from jazz, blues, classic rock, country, et all. The neck is great, craftsmanship excellent, and it's a very beautiful guitar all the way around. Trash the light strings that come with it and put some 12-53s on to make the top resonate. I had to do a set up and slight neck adjustment to balance the higher tension strings. My band members were blown away when I played this through a Roland Chorus. It's a keeper!

      (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent, Multi-Talented Instrument

      By Gloria Torain

      from San Diego, CA

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      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      It's been said again and again- this guitar's most noticeable asset is it's attention-grabbing design. I chose the sea foam green and WOW! The guitar has details that you would expect to find on instruments with a price tag double the size of this one's. But it's not just a pretty face!

      I'm not a pro, but I've played everything from bluegrass to hard rock and even blues (with and without a slide), and this thing has held it's own through it all! I avoided flat wounds, since I believe that would limit the versatility of the guitar. Playing with the guitar's tone and pickups (love that 5-way selector!) and my amp's drive and tone gave me a decent sound no matter what I wanted. It doesn't stand up to heavy effects, but moderate use of both distortion and reverb pedals was excellent.

      And this thing sounds pretty darn good "unplugged", too. Not as full as a dread, of course, but good enough for practicing and even playing for family and friends. I strung it with medium strings for a fuller acoustic voice with little sacrifice of the electric sound.

      All in all, this is a great guitar (my friend has a pricey Gretsch, but I had to pry this thing out of his hands by the end of the night!). Also, I have never needed to have a Dean (I have two acoustics by them) set up professionally- it was very playable out of the box. I did adjust the B- it had a slightly flat harmonic.
      Five stars for aesthetic appeal alone, not to mention the 5-way pickup switch and super-full sound!
      This guitar would have probably cost over twice as much from any other manufacturer.
      Prefer it to the "Dot" series for sound, blows other instruments out of the water with it's presence!

      (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Palomino Electric Guitar

      By Penny Musgrave

      from Ohio

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      I would recommend this to any of my adult students. It is a heavy guitar for a young student, but I think that it is a great instrument for an adult or teenager who wants to learn because of its great playability, flexibility in sound and impressive good looks..
      I recently bought the Dean Palomino for myself as a Birthday Gift. I read the reviews for this guitar before I bought and heard very positive reviews on its sound and ease of playing. I am very pleased to say that I do enjoy playing the instrument.

      It does play very easily and sounds great. I was worried that a factory setup would not be what I would enjoy, since I have purchased other instruments that I have had to fiddle around with. These were not the quality of the Dean, but nonetheless, I didn't know what to expect. But, I was amazed at how easily I could move around on the neck and playing was enjoyable.

      I do however think that I need a new amp to go with it. My little amps can't handle the power of the three pick-ups. I did read where there was some feedback noise that other reviewers were not happy with. It could have been their amps also. Mine are just cheapos that I have accumulated and not the best. But even with a little noise, not much by the way, it still is worth purchasing the Dean. And for the price, I am vey, very happy with it.

      Thanks to Musicians Friend, I could afford a good quality instrument. I would purchase from MF again. I did try to purchase this guitar locally and no one had it in stock and wanted to order and not at the great price that Musicians Friend gave me.

      YES it is a beautiful instrument and I would venture to say could easily play with any of the high priced guitars out there that are way over the price that this guitar cost me.
      Great Features such as the 5 position switch that lets you pick the sound you want from treble to bassy blues sound. The Dean Palomino has great looks with the F holes and the Trapeze end, especially the Treble Clef Design in chrome. Beautiful fret markers.
      The price was fantastic. A great price with the great sale.Can't beat that. I would recomment the Dean Palomino to anyone who wants a good quality instrument because it is an investment that will last you the rest of your life. Buy a cheap low end guitar and you will not enjoy it, believe me, I have done that.

      (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      great axe

      By Paul Johnson

      from Florida

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      Buy this psycobilly bad axe!
      I Bought my Palomino about 2 years ago and it still is my "go to" guitar. Like most Ive played every hollow body in guitar stores from Ibanez to Gibson and for the price it cant be beat. excluding the price? I think it plays, sounds and looks plenty good enough to keep up with Gretch or "the mighty" Gibson. Tweak the action for your tast, slap a Bigsby on it, plug-er in to a tube (or any amp for that matter) and get lost in the music. The trem I put on mine is a Bigsby B60. BTW mine is Black with a clear plexi glass pick guard. rock on

      (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      The Big Blond Rocks!

      By BillyBobJimmyJoe Jr.

      from California

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      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      Bought this instrument from MF about two years ago. fit & finish are flawless. I can get a myriad of tones from this axe. It can give you Strat-like tones in the No. @ & No. $ positions. Neck & fretboard are way smooth & comfortable. I gig with the big blond regularly, and I get mucho positive feedback. Installed a Bigsby B6 about two months ago. Installation is a piece of cake, and the Bigsby adds to the overall vibe in quantum doses. This one's a keeper!

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Good cheap guitar

      By Reverbrocket

      from NYC

      About Me Experienced

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      Pros

      • Cool Fat Neck
      • Good Feel

      Cons

      • Cheap Pots And Pup Switch
      • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Rockabilly Surf Heaven

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      If you're after that clean warm 50s sound then this guitar is good for you. I've added a Bigsby to it and I'm living in rockabilly surf heaven. Knobs and pots are cheap. In the future I would replace pickups with fralin replacements. Can't go wrong with 5 way pickup system.

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Dean Palomino

      By SLOWBLUES

      from Texas

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      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      The factory-stock Dean Palomino is 5.0+ Best on everything and now it's 10.0+ Better Than Ever after installing a Bigsby B6 and a Roller Bridge.Any good player with a good tube amp can make this awesome guitar come alive. I also have the 2010 Dean Palomino Trifecta that is the same guitar with three humbuckers and I give it the same ratings.

      (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      GREAT FOR THE PRICE

      By randell holloway

      from east haven ct.

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      A guitar that will last.
      This guitar is great for the price, the only thing bad are the noisy pickups. They buzz when in positions 1-2-3 , The body is excellent,the wood stable. If you replace the pickups you will have a GREAT guitar,and at this price you can't loose!
      Body Beautiful
      This is the price!!!!!!

      (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Good Guitar, Bad Pickups

      By just some guy

      from San Francisco

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Good Craftsmanship
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

      • Bad Pickups
      • Heavy

      Best Uses

      • Jazz
      • Old School Rock 'n Roll

      Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

      A sturdy, well made guitar. I found the pickups to be terrible- Overpowered, noisy ceramics. The one position I liked was the combination of neck and middle- basically, like a humbucker with a moderate output. Since I don't really need a 5-way hollow body, I wired the neck and middle together, put a good alnico P90 in the bridge, and switched out the 5 for a 3 way switch. Now I switch between a smooth, jazzy humbucked neck, bright crunchy rock and roll bridge, and a thin, almost acoustic sounding middle position (using all three pickups). While doing the mod, I noticed high quality switch and pots.

      (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      great ax 4 price and tax

      By rubenrivera49

      from East Chicago Ind

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good 4 Jazz
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • 4 Jazzing Around
        • Big Venues As Well
        • Jamming
        • On stage
        • Practicing
        • Recording
        • Small Venues

        Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

        this ax 4 price is worth it. the sound is great and perfect 4 jazz and other styles. just dial in the right sound 4 what ever style of music u play and vuala u r in business. If u like metal the is not the ax 4 u. it is 4 jazz (mainly) blues rockabilly country styles big band stuff 2. It is great to add if u don't have one in you collection of axes. get a good amp a fender blues jr. or a peavey or what ever u prefer my is afew like my wholetone 80 jazz amp ,fender 212 dps fender mustang III acoustasonic 150 by fender ... u no the deal. 4 the price it is a good ax get it u wont go wrong.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Nice Sound at a Great Price

        By Chris

        from Freehold NJ

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Pick Up
        • Good Tone

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Jamming
          • Practicing
          • Small Venues

          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          I wanted this guitar for a long time finally bought it and I love it. The P90 pick-ups are awesome

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Possibly Defective?

          By Dolebludger

          from Oklahoma

          See all my reviews

          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          I ordered this guitar last December, and have problems rating it. The fit and finish was very good. Frets were nice and level, and such. But plugged into my amp, this guitar produces a huge low range feedback on all of my amps channels and settings -- jazz, classic rock, and metal. I cranked out this feedback with my graphic EQ and then noticed that the pickups squealed on any amp setting. I cranked out the squeal, and was left with no tone. I called my luthier who said the guitar probably had some structural components of the body missing, and clearly had bad pickups. I returned the guitar the next day. But I have asked a friend who is a manager at a music store that sells Dean to call me if they get one of these in, so I can check it out. I really think (and hope) that the individual guitar I got was defective, and that a proper one might have some promise.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Awesome Jazz Guitar

          By Rodjmeister

          from Maine

          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          I needed a jazz guitar on a low budget, and i have to say, this bad boy delivered. absolutely gorgeous sunburst finish, triple pickups, excellent sound, and plays like a cloud. the only thing i had to change was puttin' some flatwounds on and raising the action a little, then it was golden. If this could possibly be improved, the only thing i would ask for would be more fine-tuning controls.

          (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          I GIVE UP ON DEAN PALOMINO !!!

          By OceanBlue

          from Phila, PA

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          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          After 3 Dean Palominos I give up! I loved the Sea Green & tried for almost a year to get one. 2/09 - Couldn?t find one online ? bought a new one in a store knowing it REALLY needed set-up, however, a local shop looked at it & said the neck was so badly warped it could not be made playable.12/09 - One became avail. online. Unfortunately, they sent me a Gloss Natural. Just picking-up the guitar I could hear the truss rod was completely free moving inside the neck. Quickly found the intonation was way off. (I did not bother making adjustments.) 12/09, Online seller had a new Sea Green left & sent it to me. I did receive a Sea Green guitar, but quickly noticed a long crack in the finish (top body), permanent black marks (back body) & hundreds of scratches in the plastic film over the pick guard. The plastic film over the pick-ups was removed & reapplied. At best, this was a floor model (played hard), at the worst, it was a previous return due to the defects in the finish.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Gorgeous and versatile!

          By Punch-NUPzO

          from Athens, GA

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          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          I just bought the Dean Palomino, and so far I have been very happy with it. First of all, this guitar is beautiful. You can't really tell from pictures, but this is a big fat guitar-- it dwarfs me! I own it in the "sea green" finish. The stock picture makes it look almost sky blue, but in person it is a rich pistachio color. Gorgeous! However, like many of the other posters here, one of the first things I did when I got this guitar was remove the pickguard. The only purpose it could serve on this guitar is a cosmetic one, but the guitar is much more attractive without it. I LOVE the suspended bridge, it is very functional and gives the guitar a lot of character. Twangy factory strings aside, the guitar sounds damn good straight out of the box and stays in tune pretty well. I put heavy blues strings on here and, unlike other guitars I've owned (including my solid bodies), the Palomino can handle 'em. This guitar is very, very easy to play. The action is ideal, and I haven't experienced any buzzing. It really sings. Since I've been using the Palomino, my other guitar sounds (and feels) like playing a log. As for the pickups, the P90's aren't perfect, but are definitely acceptable pups. Their sound is great for the rockabilly, folk, country, and pop that I play. The guitar even sounds luscious with heavy gain and distortion, which is characteristic of a Dean but not of a hollow body. You could effectively play some serious metal with this guitar, though you'd look pretty ridiculous doing it! I don't know too much about guitar construction, so I can't really comment on the technical specs, but I can definitely say that this is a gorgeous, versatile guitar that has been nothing but a joy to play and own.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          A Comfortable Play

          By STEPHEN GATLIN

          from Haverford ,PA

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          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          I bought this guitar because I wanted to try a shorter-neck electric. The guitar is a solid-made and good looking item. The neck is very easy to handle, and the fret-board is superb. Indeed, the size of the neck is approximately the same as a Ric 325, except the Dean plays better. Yes. Really. My only problem with the guitar--something I'll just need to adjust to--is that the third pick-up sometimes gets in the way. But this is a technique quirk on my part. I, for one, see the guitar as ideal for jazz playing, although you could do anything with it you pleased.One final odd thing about the guitar. The one I have does not have a bolt/attachment for a strap on the left side, although there is one at the tail-piece. I can only assume they expect the left end to be attached on the neck behind the head, as is the case with, say, the Gibson 160.Overall, I'd recommend the guitar for the right person who knows what he or she is wanting.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Jazzy Box

          By Howlin' Sturgeon

          from Carbondale, IL

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          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          This is a sweet box. I changed out the neck and the middle P90's for some duncans that I had floating around and this guitar has now become my choice for t-bone walker and charlie christian type stuff. The tone is sweet and the guitar is very well built. Overall, I give it an A the pick guard however I give an F I removed it within three minutes of owning the guitar.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Rockabilly and Jazz Machine

          By Taterx

          from Louisville KY

          Comments about Dean Palomino Electric Guitar:

          This axe is a must have for gigging musicians. It is so versatile. I have done jazz stuff, accoustic/light stuff and my last gig was an all Beatles affair. This guitar is very versitile with the 3 P90s. On the front pickup you ooze jazz tone. On the bridge pickup, you get rockabilly tone deluxe... I love this axe.

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