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Dean ML Noir XT?

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Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 13:49 | Quote
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Anyone have experience with it? Know anything about it? Help? haha.

Ozz
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 17:46 | Quote
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Heres the link to it also.

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Dean-ML-Phantom-XT-Electric-Guitar?sku=519815

PS - What are those "Rail Pickups" its talking about?
Ozzfan486  
16 Jan 2009 20:18 | Quote
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Anyone?
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 19:19 | Quote
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Nobody te even tell me I'm an idiot for buying something nobody here knows of? lol.
BodomBeachTerror  
17 Jan 2009 19:57 | Quote
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lol

i hzve no personal experience with deans. ive heard theyre good tho
Ozzfan486  
17 Jan 2009 20:42 | Quote
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Me two. I've always loved what a Floyd Rose can do and the ML shape itself. Plus its what Dimebag played and he is to me what Randy Rhoads is to Elliott.
guitarmastergod  
17 Jan 2009 21:12 | Quote
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i think the rails are cheaper models like emg-hz or dimarzio-ibanez but theyre still humbuckers so theyll be decent
mattmurray  
18 Jan 2009 01:14 | Quote
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I work in a guitar store, we are a Dean dealer. I play deans like this one every day. I tune them, I polish them, I make truss rod adjustments, action adjustments, string changes. In other words, I'm extremely familiar with Deans, we also carry this particular model you speak of. And I say this with all due respect to you, your opinion, and your pocketbook.

Not worth the money. Not even in the ballpark. Keep saving your money and get a mid to upper level ESP, Schecter, Ibanez, or Epiphone. If you really like the Dean look and style, but want a quality guitar, check out DBZ guitars. They are a new company started by Dean Zalinksy, who started Dean guitars.
guitarmastergod  
18 Jan 2009 01:23 | Quote
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man i looked up DBZ guitars, they look so high quality to me. how did you fins out about them?
BodomBeachTerror  
18 Jan 2009 01:29 | Quote
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if you like that shape you may like Roopes Latvala's or Gus G's signature ESP guitars
Ozzfan486  
18 Jan 2009 10:31 | Quote
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@ Matt - Oh yeah! I forgot about that. It was on the Dean site a couple months ago. I'll look into it.

@ BBT - Nah. I've seen those, too skinny and small. Plus Roote's only has one pickup. Which would definetly mess with the overall tonal capabilities.
telecrater  
18 Jan 2009 16:35 | Quote
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I've got a Dean bass. It's a higher end model with active electronics. It plays very nice and has a good tone but active pre-amp is crap. I'm going to make it passive or trade it for a decent MIM Fender bass.
Ozzfan486  
18 Jan 2009 17:14 | Quote
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Yeah, for bass I'd have to go with Fender. Heard 'em before. Pretty awsome. BTW, does anyone have a link to that DBZ Guitar's site?
mattmurray  
18 Jan 2009 20:19 | Quote
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guitarmastergod says:
man i looked up DBZ guitars, they look so high quality to me. how did you fins out about them?


My boss went to NAMM, he was telling me about different companies he was going to talk to about carrying their products. One of which was DBZ guitars. I don't know how he heard about them though.
GRX40  
18 Jan 2009 21:30 | Quote
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http://www.dbzguitars.com/web/

I don't know if they have prices out yet. I've heard that they will be sold from $300 or so to the multiple thousands ($1000+), but I'm not sure if that is true or not.


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