Get Dean quality on a garage band budget.
The Dean Custom 350 Electric Guitar has a Floyd Rose tremolo gracing its double-cutaway body. Constructed with a carved flamed maple top and a lightweight basswood back, the guitar boasts a 25½" scale length bolt-on maple neck. The 6-in-line headstock is emblazoned with a winged Dean logo.
The guitar's 24-fret rosewood fingerboard is decorated with pearl dots and a custom inlay at the 12th fret. High-output DMT humbucking pickups deliver a variety of rockin' tones and a push/pull coil-splitting tone control lets you perform all musical genres by letting you also capture single-coil pickup sounds. A Floyd Rose Special tremolo bridge and a locking nut gives you additional expressive finesse without fear of going out of tune.
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Comments about Dean Custom 350F Electric Guitar:
This is a truly great guitar and could easily compete with guitars that cost twice as much. I has a Dean Deceiver with EMGs and an Ebony Fretboard, all the bells and whistles that cost twice as much and this 350 is just a better guitar period. Word of warning, take it to a luthier or guitar shop and get a professional setup; first the Floyd is a bear to setup and I always get all of my guitars setup for the little nuances that greatly affect the tone like the action or the pickup height. Ok first, the tone. Both DMT Humuckers (I was by someone at Dean that these are import versions of their DMT Nostalgia and DMT Equalizer pickups) are very high output, even the Nostalgia in the neck sounds like a modern Gibson PAF. But you can tweak it and get any tone you want, especially with the push/pull coil tap. Sounds great and versatile. Second is playability. It has a modern C-Shaped neck which is very comfortable and for a Floyd Rose equipped guitar you can actually get the action pretty low. Plays great. I like D-Shaped necks better, but this one plays just fine. The fretboard appears to be a compound radius, although I don't know the dimensions. Lastly is the looks. I have the Transparent Blue model and it is a stunning instrument. The Flame Maple top adds a lot of weight to it (it weighs more than any Les Paul or Mustaine Mahogany guitar I've owned) but it is drop dead gorgeous and also adds some bite to the Basswood's pronounced mids.
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