East Andes rosewood is used throughout the body, lending the Dean Exotica Andes Acoustic-Electric Guitar a rare beauty with its rich caramel coloring and striking waterfall grain patterns. This wood a... Read More
East Andes rosewood is used throughout the body, lending the Dean Exotica Andes Acoustic-Electric Guitar a rare beauty with its rich caramel coloring and striking waterfall grain patterns. This wood also yields an articulate, well-balanced tone. Single cutaway design, set mahogany neck, chrome Grover tuners, rosewood fingerboard, multi-ply binding, abalone dot inlays, and abalone soundhole inlay. 21 frets. Dean electronics, including a tuner.
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I don't actually own this guitar but my friend loaned it to me for a week because I loaned him my motorcycle. I didn't ever want to give it back! CONS: Looks nothing like the picture shown. It doesn't have as thick of a grain in the wood, it is more flat looking but still beautiful. The neck is very small for my hands but I'm used to playing on a fat classical guitar neck and I'm sure with time I could get used to it. PROS: Everything else. Good looking. Great sounding, nice warm sound, not too ringy and not overly bassy. Easy to play, great action. Projects very well unplugged. Pretty much I just love this guitar and if I had the money right now I would buy it.
I've been playing guitar for around 9 years I've played Ovations, Taylors, Guilds, Martins, and Takamines All top quality guitars. I bought this rosewood exotica to travel with and I was blown away. The neck is the fastest acoustic neck I've ever played and the tone of guitar is full of body and presence with rich bass and sweet melodic treble. The sound is just as pure pluged in as it is unpluged. The tuners almost never have to be touched which says a lot. I can move from indoor playing to sitting around a camp fire without making adjustments. I recomend stringing it with Medium or Medium light Ernie Ball Earthwoods. the only thing that takes some getting used to is the traditional strap placement (wraped around the head stock) but that's nothing a little time can't fix. I have owned this guitar for 5 months now and I am still very empressed with it.
I am a beginner and this is my first guitar. It is one of the most beautiful guitars I've seen and it sounds amazing. I love to play it every chance I can get and even take it to work with me on most days. The strings are a bit tinny/brassy, but that's not too big of a problem. The tuner is a bit difficult to get used to, but it's good to use when you have nothing else handy. I would recommend this guitar for beginners or intermediate players. It's a great guitar for a great price and people are going to compliment you on it's beauty.
I have been playing guitar for about two years now.I'm not the most experienced musician but I know a good guitar when I see one.This guitar rings out with a rich full sound.I love the looks of the natural finish... I get complements everywhere I go. It has great action because it is a Dean.The built in tuner isn't the greatest and the prongs for the input were bent when I got it. I also highly recommend new strings. But those are small complaints for such a good guitar.For the price I would definately recommend it for beginners trying to work their way up.
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