The Dean Razorback Red/White Electric Guitar boasts a killer Dimebag-designed mahogany body. Dean tops the guitar's set mahogany neck with a 22-fret rosewood fretboard with a pearl razor inlay at the ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Dean Razorback Red/White Electric Guitar boasts a killer Dimebag-designed mahogany body. Dean tops the guitar's set mahogany neck with a 22-fret rosewood fretboard with a pearl razor inlay at the 12th fret evoking Dime's famous necklace.
The guitar's USA Dean DimeTime Neck and Dimebucker Bridge Pickups unleash vicious tone that is sure to put a smile on any metalhead's face. Controls include 2 volume, 1 tone, and a 3-way toggle selector. The Dean Razorback Red and White guitar is finished off with chrome hardware, Grover tuners, and a Floyd Rose Special tremolo bridge that enable outstanding string pyrotechnics. Dean is only producing 100 of these jagged beauties that will be delivered in a hardshell case.
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i was not satisfied at all with this guitar. when i first opened the case i noticed paint flaws instantly. it seems like they banged out 100 of these things in one day with little attention to detail. when i plugged this guitar in to play on my line 6 tube half stack i did like the dime bucker. i have the same pickup in a BC Rich warlock and i'm a fan. that was one of the main reasons i purchased this guitar. another thing about this guitar that is mentionable is the floyd rose. but what floyd rose isn't mentionable? there was a lot of fret buzz so i adjusted the truss rod to get rid of that but it after much tinkering it was still noticeable. the neck pickup is incredibly quiet, especially on a clean channel, on a distorted channel the notes don't hold all that well and cut out rather quickly. the overall quality of the guitar seems cheap. its very light, the electronics sound fuzzy, the paint isn't perfect and the fret buzz kills me. My main axe is a Schecter Hellraiser C-1 FR and that thing shines over this Dean in every aspect. and they cost the same. in my book, this guitar is not worth 900$. the quality and sound is that of a $300 - $400 ranged instrument and i would look else where for a better guitar
This guitar is great overall. The tone is incrediblethe distortion is super in your face but yet still has great definition, and it plays like a dream on the clean channel.
My favorite thing about this guitar is the inlays they just look sharp. Also the red and white finish of this beauty is amazing. The locking tuners keep it tune pretty well, and who doesn't love having a Floyd rose. Also the neck feels like a dream.
I gave the guitar a 7 because I had a lot of fret buzz on the high e and low e but it was an easy fix.
I think this guitar is well worth the price. Especially for only being a limited run model.
This guitar is amazing. The Neck and fretboard is so smooth and quick. so much fun to play and use onstage and in my room.
this guitar sounds amazing in gigs but for sitting down and just messing around, it doesn't work to well. it doesn't fit well to sit with but some people love this body design. other than no complaints. great axe.
With all the same features as the other Razorbacks (mahogany body and neck, Licensed Floyd Rose, Dimebucker in the bridge), it's just as shred worthy a guitar as it's always been. The Dimebucker is meant for pure metal, driving the amp hard for jagged staccato riffs and screaming harmonics. The Floyd Rose, stays in tune through even the most ridiculous of whammy antics (and when you're a fan of Steve Vai, like I am, you really test the tremolo's abilities). There's also a simple control layout with 2 volume knobs, for really cool stutter-stop kill switch effects by turning off one of the pickups. Access up to the 22nd fret is easy with the set-neck carve and the fairly deep cutaway. The body shape can be a little awkward at times, but once you get acclimated to it it's a comfortable and fun guitar to play. A warning when playing it standing up: its pretty neck heavy, and the lower wings are likely to hit against tables or amplifiers if you're not careful. All in all, it's a nice guitar with a simpler look than "skulls and death", and it's equipped with just about everything a metal guitarist could need. Check it out and shred it up.
I bought my razorback about a year ago and Ive loved it ever since Its a great guitar for playing metal and I upgraded my pickups to emg 85's and now its amazing for a crushing metal sound and mad distortion, Id recommend this guitar to any metalhead and to pay your respects to dime bag darrel.
Its good for meatal. If your in to Korn and stuff like that.
this guitar is great. it takes all the divebombing action tht i give it and gives bak a great sound. comes with a great color too. awesome guitar, jus awesome
This is one nice guitar, played one, sounded great, amazing for metal and hard rock.problems, number one....very havy and a strain on the necknumber two....hard to play sitting down toonumber 3.......very wide neck, for me (I have smaller then average hands) was really hard to scale and pull bends and stuff on it
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