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Dean Tommy Bolin Tomikazi Z Electric Guitar
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Tommy Bolin's career was cut short in 1976, yet was substantial enough to continue to generate new fans and admirers today. The Dean Tommy Bolin Tomi...Read More
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Exotic colors and high-end appointments to satisfy the cultured Bolin fan.
Tommy Bolin's career was cut short in 1976, yet was substantial enough to continue to generate new fans and admirers today. The Dean Tommy Bolin Tomikazi Z Electric Guitar pays homage to the young guitar master. It's based on Tommy's Ibanez Destroyer guitar. Designed by artist Nick Simmons, it features custom graphics inspired by Tommy's final album entitled Private Eyes. The body and top are made of mahogany with a set mahogany C-shape neck. The rosewood fingerboard has intricate Japanese script inlays that echo the body graphics. Grover tuners and a tune-o-matic bridge keep things perfectly in tune while a 3-way switch and Volume and Tone knobs permit uncluttered control over the onboard USA DMT pickups.
- Mahogany top/body
- 1-11/16" nut
- Set mahogany C neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Pearl "Tomikazi" inlays
- Grover tuners
- Chrome hardware
- Tune-o-matic bridge
- USA DMT "Time Capsule" pickups
Show your respect and admiration for the man with this special guitar. Order today.
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- Fun To Play
- Good Feel
- Good Pick Up
- Good Tone
- Lighter Than Expected
- Perfect Frets No Buzz
- Solid Electronics
- Solid Heft
- Looking Good
- Rock Concerts
Comments about Dean Tommy Bolin Tomikazi Z Electric Guitar:
Mine arrived in pristine condition. Zero buzz on all frets, all strings. Solid tuning machines. I upgraded from a Dean Vendetta XM, which is a decent guitar in itself. But the Z blows it away. Very comfy to play, and nice sound for passive pickups. The design is a flat graphic, not painted on, but looks very cool. Killer inlay on the fretboard. You won't regret this at any price you pay. Buy one while they are still cheap!