Based on its big brother introduced back in '77, the Baby V shares the same knockout looks and sonics in a lightweight, streamlined version. With string-thru body, Dean hi-output pickups, and black ha... Read More
Based on its big brother introduced back in '77, the Baby V shares the same knockout looks and sonics in a lightweight, streamlined version. With string-thru body, Dean hi-output pickups, and black hardware, it'll let you scream for minimal bucks.
Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options. Case sold separately.
Reviewed by 5 customers
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ive been playing for about 3-4 years and for most of that time ive used this guitar it truly is a great guitar to learn anything easy for techniques such as sweep picking nice harmonics and it puts out with distortion just like a dean should i learned alot on this one and it dont look to bad for a cheap one ..right now im waiting on a dean razorback DB and i dont think i will own another guitar without Dean's name on it they have the best feeling necks and bridges in my opinion and tones that reach great distances
Great guitar for the money. Plays very nice and has a good feel, much better than fender in my opinion as far as the neck goes. I was please enough with my that I bought three more baby guitars for color and stuff.
This was the first guitar i ever owned. It is great for beginners except for the fact thats its a v and the input is placed in a spot that makes it quite uncomfortable. It still has the great sound that you expect from Dean. Buy it if you're trying to watch your budget too.
This was the first guitar I ever owned and it is really worth the price. I've been playing for a few years and played hundreds of guitars and although this isn't as nice as a $1,000 Gibson Flying V, it's MUCH better than any Epiphone or cheap Fender guitar I've played. The only thing that some people may dislike about this is that it's a V, if you start playing guitar on a V, it might be hard to play other shapes of guitar because you will not be used to them. Either way this is the bast guitar you can get for under $600.
My friend used to have one of these, and I played it a lot. It is an awesome guitar, and works well in all situations. It may look cheap, but dont let that fool you. Anyone who is looking for a cheaper V, this is your guitar.
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