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2008 Dean Razorback Explosion

Precio habitual
€650,00 EUR
Precio habitual
Precio de venta
€650,00 EUR

2008 Dean Razorback Explosion made in Korea in super nice and clean shape. This Dean Razorback Explosion features fire graphics to match even the most blazing chops, along with a 12th-fret "Dime Razor" inlay. It boasts a blazing Duncan Dimebucker and Dean humbucker combo, Grover tuners, a Floyd Rose trem, and DBD traction knobs.

Razorback Explosion specs:

Body wood: Mahogany

Neck Construction: Set-Neck

Neck wood: Mahogany,

Fretboard: Rosewood,

Inlays: Pearl Razor/Arrows

Bridge: Licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo,

Pickups: Duncan Dimebucker and Dean Humbucker

Controls: 2 Volume, Tone, Three-way Switch,

Tuners: Grover,

Hardware: Black,

Finish:Explosion Graphic Duncan Dimebucker and Dean humbucker, Licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo bridge

With the Dimebag's distinctive look and tons of mojo and attitude. As with the original models, Dean uses a mahogany body for this Razorback. Mahogany is a common choice for electrics, dependably delivering a warm, full tone with plenty of punch and sustain. The 24-3/4-inch scale neck features a rosewood fingerboard, decorated with arrow inlays and a "Dime razor" inlay at the 12th fret. Seymour Duncan Dimebucker Bridge Pickup Seymour's SH-13. Dimebuckers were designed with the man himself to provide serious output and an aggressive tone. The SH-13 boasts more treble bite than a lot of humbuckers, along with low-end punch and exceptional dynamics. A Dean humbucker completes the package up in the neck position, with each pickup getting its own volume conrol, along with a shared tone and three-way toggle. If you play guitar then you know what Grover tuners means: solid, dependable tuning from the industry standard. DBD Traction Knobs Dimebag always rocked his "traction knobs," which he created by taking a soldering iron to them, for knobs that are grippable no matter how much sweat's pouring off you on stage. Dean faithfully recreates that here.