#1
Whats the fuss about? I have just tried the Razorback and never a DB. Any differences? Any significant differences that account for almost half the price difference?

Discuss away!
#4
Well it being bolt-on will mean it has less sustain but the main difference is in the quality of the instrument.
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#5
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Well it being bolt-on will mean it has less sustain but the main difference is in the quality of the instrument.


+1

Also the necks are shaped different V shaped vs U shaped for bolt on.
#6
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+1

Also the necks are shaped different V shaped vs U shaped for bolt on.

Ah, didn't know that.
Eurgh... A Razorback with a U neck...that's just like...taking away the best bit about the Razorback haha.
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#7
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Ah, didn't know that.
Eurgh... A Razorback with a U neck...that's just like...taking away the best bit about the Razorback haha.


Yup thats the only reason I would even consider one. And the only reason I tried out the DB when they came out, but it was a huge disappointment.
#9
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so for around the same price, the ML-79's are better?


Honeslty man any Dean is overpriced and under spec'ed. If you want the same body style at a decent price get a used Washburn or if you got the cash check out Boogie Street's line up..