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    Gotta admit these two new Deans are tasty..

    Scrolling through Instagram and then checked out Dean's 2021 offerings. Mostly meh but these two flavors looked nice:





    Both are $849 USD with Floyd 1000s and Seymour Duncan TB5/ APH-1 PUPs.

    MD 24 Floyd Roasted Maple Vintage Blue
    MD24 Floyd Roasted Maple Vintage Orange

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    That's * almost * like a direct copy of Jackson Dinky / Soloist.


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    Yeah wtf Those looks like they lifted them from the Charvel thread and slapped a different headstock on them.

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    Yeah looks like a Harley Benton copy of a Charvel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    Yeah looks like a Harley Benton copy of a Charvel.
    Yep. /Thread

    The toaster strudel icing lettering totally sets it off.

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    Dean never had an issue with making their version of other companys guitars.
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    I actually played one of those Cooley models and to be fair, it was a really damn nice guitar. Ugly as all balls but it played and felt great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    I actually played one of those Cooley models and to be fair, it was a really damn nice guitar. Ugly as all balls but it played and felt great.

    I actually have one of the older import models - the RC7x. Out of my Fender USA, FGN, Schecter Loomis and RC7x, the Dean actually gets the most play time. Great guitar for the money, sounds great and generally underrated.

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