#1
I have one of the first batch two-tone Dean Razorback guitars, one of the very first to ever have one of the high quality German-built BLACK (not black chrome, solid black) OFR's installed. Additionally, there has been EMG 81/85's as well as a PA2, a 20db gain booster, installed to help add an extra punch for distortion. This guitar is in good shape with no major damage to any of the horns. There are a few small chips and dings here or there - consistent with an instrument being played - but they have all been repaired. This guitar was never gigged with, only jammed and loved extensively. I am moving away from the 24.75 scale, as well as getting the 7-string version of this identical guitar. I just restrung this guitar with 52-10's, Dimebag signature strings.

Specs
Dean Dimebag Razorback Two-Tone Electric Guitar Features:

* Mahogany body
* Set mahogany neck
* Fresh DR Dimebag 52-10 Strings!
* 24.75 Scale / 22 frets
* Rosewood Fingerboard
* Official Floyd Rose Tremolo - Solid Black
* Black Hardware
* EMG 81 Bridge Pickup
* EMG 85 Neck Pickup
* EMG PA/2 - 20db Gain Booster
* Pearl Razor Inlay
* Dimebag Traction Knobs
* Black and Silver Two-Tone Finish
* Official Dean Hardshell Case


I stumbled upon this on craigslist.

With all of the Dean/Razorback hate aside, does this look like a good deal for $800?
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#2
Seems like a good deal, but i thought they were 25.5 scales? Mine is, but its newer
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#3
I would go for it if I were you, I'm currently looking for a razorback, and this one sounds ideal, with an original Floyd instead of a licensed. The only downside looks to be the 22 frets instead of 24.
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#4
Just make sure you like it before buying (duh).
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#5
My Razorback is from the first run, it should have a serial number beginning with either 05 or 06
The Razorbacks have a 24.75 scale unless you buy a Razorback 255 (Which has a 25.5 scale)

Sounds like a pretty good deal, just make sure the Floyd is an OFR. The only Razorbacks with a factory OFR are the USA series ones, which they didn't make a Two-Tone USA
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#6
Quote by Flux'D
My Razorback is from the first run, it should have a serial number beginning with either 05 or 06
The Razorbacks have a 24.75 scale unless you buy a Razorback 255 (Which has a 25.5 scale)

Sounds like a pretty good deal, just make sure the Floyd is an OFR. The only Razorbacks with a factory OFR are the USA series ones, which they didn't make a Two-Tone USA


ooo

i thought they were all 25.5, but it makes sense
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