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Dean Tradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar  

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    A big, classic spruce and mahogany dreadnought at a great Dean price.

    The Dean Tradition S2 acoustic guitar is a classic dreadnought guitar style. The Tradition S2 features a solid spruce top for superior tone with mahogany sides and back. The dreadnought style guitar body gives a full, rich sound with lots of volume. Other features include a beautiful wood parquet rosette, tortoise shell binding and sealed die-cast tuners with oyster buttons. The Tradition S2 has a very comfortable neck and is one of Dean's best-selling acoustic guitars.

    Features

    • Solid Spruce Top
    • Mahogany Back & Sides
    • Sealed Die-Cast Tuners w/Oyster buttons
    • Mahogany Neck
    • Rosewood Fretboard
    • Wood Parquet Rosette

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    Tradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Specifications:

    • Dreadnought design
    • Solid spruce top
    • Mahogany back & sides
    • Mahogany neck
    • Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays
    • 25-1-4" scale length
    • 1-5/8" nut width
    • Wood Parquet Rosette
    • Wedge shaped rosewood bridge
    • Die-cast tuners
    • Tortoise shell binding
    • 20 frets
    • Gloss finish
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    DeanTradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
     
    4.3

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    5.0

    Being this is my first guitar i am very pleased.

    By Isaiah

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Dean Tradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:

    Since im a bass i wanted a guitar to play around with but it turns out i play it and bass full time. Very great sound the owner of the music store i go to had but d'ddarios on it. I like the way it looks and sound but took me a little bit to get used to guitars having smaller neck compared to basses

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    5.0

    Great Bargain Guitar

    By Familyband

    from Southeast, Alaska

    Comments about Dean Tradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:

    I don't know about shims as I've not had to look. Our guitar came set up and set up great by a music store owner/guitar player. The guitar looks awesome, as good as anything out there. It sounds good. The tuners work great and it holds a tune well (don't have to break the chromatic tuner out often). It handled a whole summer camping out in Southeast Alaskan rain forest without a hitch. Couldn't be more pleased, all told.

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    3.0

    so, so...

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Dean Tradition S2 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar:

    It's not a terrible guitar, but it certainly has its flaws. It has a pretty decent sound that should only sound better as it ages since its a solid top. It's a beautiful instrument. I love the tortoise shell binding. The tuners aren't too bad (but they are not grovers as the desc. says). The biggest problem has been the action. It did not come set up so after a little time of playing it as is, I started to do some adjusting of the truss rod and saddle. When I removed the saddle to sand it down, I discovered a couple of shims that had been stuck under it to raise it up (and this is not the first time I've heard of this.) I was going to remove the shims not only to lower the action, but to hopefully enhance the sound, only to discover that the strings could not achieve a good break angle without at least one of them, and even then the angle was pushing it. Also, the saddle and nut are very cheap. I wish the Washburn I wanted hadn't been backordered for over 2 months or I would not have had this problem.

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