#2
I doubt there are any really good deans under that, razorbacks etc. go for $$$$$

Maybe an ML or Z?
#3
go with the 30th anniversary edition ML... it has great pickups... they are hotter then your moms face and they ****ing squeal like no other... harmonics are no longer a problem!
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#5
thats around 400 punds so save a bit more mate cos thatsd the best around that price range
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go with the 30th anniversary edition ML... it has great pickups... they are hotter then your moms face and they ****ing squeal like no other... harmonics are no longer a problem!


That just made me lol for no real reason
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#7
scrap dean. pretty overpriced for what they are. jackson RR3 isn't far out of your price range.
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