Dean Dimebag Camo Floyd Electric Guitar

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    Product Description

    Hardcore Metal at it's finest; Dean's Dimebag Camo Floyd Electric Guitar provides the best playscape for jamming your riffs. Tough basswood body material and a bolt-on C-shaped neck provide incredible road-ready stability while the Floyd Rose Special tremolo and DMT Design humbuckers spit out full-on metal tone like razorblades shredding your ear-holes.

    Dean's Dimebag Camo Floyd Electric Guitar Features

    • Basswood Body with Bolt-on Maple, C Shape Neck
    • 22 Fret, Rosewood Fingerboard
    • DMT Design Pickups; DMT Blade in the Bridge Position
    • Floyd Rose Special Tremolo
    • Grover Tuners and Black Hardware

    Product Specifications
    Dean Dimebag Camo Floyd Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Body: Basswood
    • Scale: 24 3/4 inches
    • Neck: Bolt-on Maple, C Shape
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Inlays: Pearl Dots
    • Bridge Pickup: DMT Design Blade
    • Neck Pickup: DMT Design
    • Bridge: Floyd Rose Special
    • Tuners: Grover
    • Hardware: Black
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    Phone:  813-600-3920 Warranty:  5 Years Material and Workmanship
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    i bought this as a gift for someone and they were having a hard time getting it to stay in tune.took it to get looked at by a very reliable music shop and they found several defects with the guitar.i dont know alot about the specifics of a guitar but at the top i want where you would tighten the screws and lock the strings well the screw that were used were to small and it would cause it to keep spinning it would never tighten. the spring inside was clipping the wood so evertime the wammy bar was used it was clicking,they had to sand it down and clip the wire. another screw they were trying to remove to fix another issue the head of the screw came right off and now they have to extract it. i know you have to sometimes put in some work into a guitar but this was crazy.
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