#3
looks like a dean, check there website if you wana find out what one it is
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#5
It's a Dean Cadillac

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#6
An Ibanez Willow

Edit: Hell if I know, I just read the image properties
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#12
Eh not a big fan of dean but I havent played one, doesnt the guy from canibal corpse play one? Im probally wrong though
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#13
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Eh not a big fan of dean but I havent played one, doesnt the guy from canibal corpse play one? Im probally wrong though


One of them does, yes, Rob Barrett. That doesn't really mean anything though.

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#14
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It's a Dean Cadillac (IMG)


God the headstocks on deans are horrible.
#15
Yuck
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God the headstocks on deans are horrible.


my thoughts too. i think the body shape is ugly as sin, but the headstock might be worse anyway i've heard good and bad things about them. definitely a unique guitar
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#19
Dean Cadillac...and judging from the covered pickups, one of the higher end ones like a Time Capsule or a 1980.

I own a TC Caddy, and its one of my favorites of all the guitars I own. Very nice- much better than the entry-level versions of the guitar.

FWIW, besides Rob Barrett of Testament, another famous Cadillac player would be Steve Stevens (Billy Idol's guitarist).
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#20
Doesn't Paul Stanley use one of these?

EDIT:
Oh, no. That's a Washburn Preacher;

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#21
Yeah, Paul Stanley's is a model made just for him.

As for TS: as with all Deans, the low-end sucks ass. Nicer Cadillacs are pretty sweet, though I found upper fret access even worse than a Les Paul.
#22
^Not a Preacher. Look at the lower horn. It's much more boxy on the Dean, whereas it's more pointed on the Preacher. Also, no Preacher I know of have three humbuckers, and no Preacher I know of have the toggle switch on the lower horn, and the inlays on the one he posted don't stretch from both fretboard sides like the Preacher does.

Basically, it's a Dean Cadillac.
#23
Quote by Baby Joel
^Not a Preacher. Look at the lower horn. It's much more boxy on the Dean, whereas it's more pointed on the Preacher. Also, no Preacher I know of have three humbuckers, and no Preacher I know of have the toggle switch on the lower horn, and the inlays on the one he posted don't stretch from both fretboard sides like the Preacher does.

Basically, it's a Dean Cadillac.


I know it's not a preacher.
What I meant to say was "Doesn't Paul Stanley play one of those? Oh, no, he plays a preacher."
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