#1
ok i got my super awesome dean razorback and i am wondering how long will it take my dean to crap out (btw i keep it in great condition) i want to know this so i can tell when to start saving for a new guitar

ps. ive had my dean since january 8th
#5
so dean.guitar.man, something tell me you play a fender jazz bass and have size 34D breasts yes?


if you take care of your guitar it should last you a lifetime, just dont smash it up dude. Take it into a guitar tech if you ever think anything's wrong, doing it yourself is how to lose a guitar man.
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#6
dean
if you keep it well it SHOULD last forever but...
*sigh* damn kids and their buying guitars they think look cool but are actually pieces of sh_t
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#7
Even junk guitars will last a lifetime if you take care of them.
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#8
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#9
your guitar will stop working in 2 years 67 days 5 hours 21 minutes and 31 seconds.
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#10
That guitar will supposedly last you a lifetime under ideal conditions. Although, I'd suggest getting a new guitar once you feel comfortable with your playing, and you're sure you want to pursue the instrument. It's a decent guitar to start with, but I wouldn't bank on it to help you improve any.
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#11
If you're already thinking about the next guitar, that suggests that you're not happy with the new one... this doesn't bode very well
#12
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dean
if you keep it well it SHOULD last forever but...
*sigh* damn kids and their buying guitars they think look cool but are actually pieces of sh_t


Maybe you should shut the **** up and realise that people have different opinions.

If you take care of it, it should last forever
#13
dont pull the plug out will hooked up to the amp dont smash/drop it alot and keep it nice should last a very long time unless its a starter guitar then idk
#14
I've owned my flying V since 1983 and my Les Paul since 1979, sure they have a few battle scares here and there but they still rock


Keep good care of your new guitar and it will serve you for a long, long, long time
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#15
Should last you sometime, provided you don't do anything to speed up the knackering process.

PLus if it doesn't then your "Dean guitars 4 life" bit will be quite ironic.
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