violation said:I'm digging the new line of Deans... you can see all the new ones for '07 on the first section here: http://www.deanguitars.com/electrics.htm
I plan on getting this:
I wish they'd make Matt Heafy's custom Razorback, that thing looks amazing.
Tasteful yet hardcore, lol. I don't like any of the current Razorback's aside from the two tone ones... all the other ones are just too over the top for me.
Eric Pykala said:Fugly. I don't know, I guess I just don't get Deans. Years ago my other guitarist picked-up one of the original Vee-shaped ones for $250. It had a really thin/narrow neck that was so rubbery it was almost impossible to play the thing in tune. I guess that soured me right off the top...Eric
HOLY SHITrbwi said:if you got the $$$$$$$$, you can have it:
Ditto - I certainly never heard anyone before saying Dean necks were thin :confused-smiley-010 . The vintage ones had a great, fat V profile that is now used for the Time Capsule ones. That's actually the main reason I own one - I can't play on thin necks.torndownunit said:Most vintage Deans I have played have some of the thickest, V shaped necks I have every played.
As mentioned every detail of mine is perfect. Right down to the nitro finish.