With a classic Dean body shape, distinct Trans Brazilia finish, Seymour Duncan Dimebucker and DMT DimeTime Series humbucker, the Stealth Floyd guitar...Click To Read More About This Product
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With a classic Dean body shape, distinct Trans Brazilia finish, Seymour Duncan Dimebucker and DMT DimeTime Series humbucker, the Stealth Floyd guitar is a truly unique axe. Comes standard with a mahogany body, flame maple top and a mahogany, set neck. This guitar also features an ebony fretboard with pearl inlays. Perfect for players looking for a instrument that will set them apart and provide a powerful tone. Hardshell case also included.
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Comments about Dean Stealth Floyd FM - Trans Brazilia w/Case:
I'm very pleased with this guitar. I've had it for just over a week now. I searched and reviewed guitars for weeks that had a balance of price ($1k max for my budget) and quality… and also came with a GOOD Floyd Rose. My observations of this guitar match EytschPi42 Youtube review of the Dean Stealth Floyd Dime Slime. I saw the video right after I'd placed my order, and was glad to see such a positive review from someone who was prepared to NOT like the guitar.
Although the Dean shape isn't for everyone, I grew up listening to some Pantera, and have a place in my heart for the iconic shape. I prefer natural colors on guitars. So I didn't want the Dime Slime Stealth. But the manufacturing must be somewhat consistent, because all of hp42's observations on the Slime Stealth matched what I found on my trans brazilia colored guitar.
The guitar body was much lighter than I'd expected which gives the instrument a slight imbalance toward the head stock. The tone out of both pickups is excellent. The guitar comes tuned to 440 with about a .040-.042 low E and a .009-.010 high E set of Strings. I don't run a super heavy metal Dime Bag tone, but the guitar sounds great with my more BLS/Zakk Wylde type tone.
Strap locks of some type are a must as my strap slipped off the front stud a few times. The toggle switch is a bit stiffer than the SwitchCraft toggle that I'm used to on my other guitar.
Overall I agree with the Youtube video. For just under $1k, you get a guitar that can compete with instruments that cost a lot more.
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