#4
Deans area pretty good. Just avoid anything with "Dime" in the name. The bajilloin Dime tribute guitars are overpriced.
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#6
I play a Trans-Amber Dean Vendetta II. Other than the frets being a little sharp and the pickups being not as great as they could be, it's a great guitar.
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#7
They might have a lot of dime guitars, but it doesnt mean theyre bad guitars.
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#8
Quote by Wayward_Son
Deans area pretty good. Just avoid anything with "Dime" in the name. The bajilloin Dime tribute guitars are overpriced.

still, they have nice pickups, and the only good MLs with trems.
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#10
Quote by Metallygod
They might have a lot of dime guitars, but it doesnt mean theyre bad guitars.

Well I'd say about half of them are ****. But the high end ones are fairly badass imo. Currently I'm creaming over that white gold v and some caddy that I saw.
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#11
I have a grey sparkle American Dean ML from '81 with a gibson floating bridge and locking tuners. Got one stock Ibanez pickup and one of the original pickups. I never play it.
#12
Quote by captain_jack
ive got a black ml. it sounds really nice. (i am trying to sell it, anybody want it?)

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#14
I once played a friends Hollywood Z. It was a nice sounding guitar, but i didn't really like the feel. It felt slow compared to my tele.
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