Dean VX Electric Guitar, Bolt On, Classic Black Review

Posted by Sherrie Kearney on Monday, August 15, 2011

Dean VX Electric Guitar, Bolt On, Classic Black
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This guitar is awsome, you just have to see it in person because this guitar shines. I mean, this guitar was mine before I bought. This guitar has great tone wheater you go for a deeper heavier sound or if you go for high pitch solos. I know the zebra (cream and black) pickups dont go well with the chrome thats already on the guitar and that's why I got some chrome seymour duncans which just makes this V literally SPARKLE. Now if you were to say "But it's not a Gibson!", just look at the reviews this guitar gets compared to Gibson Vs on (they beat out most of the top line Gibsons!). I do however want to say this guitar is very heavy and has a bolt on neck. But, if you don't like those than go for a better Dean V like the Exotics or the USA editions, they both have neck through designs and are made of pure mahogany so you know it's light. But, if you're looking for a great guitar with a lot of potential than go with this guitar, IT'S SIMPLY THE BEST V FOR THE BUCK.

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Product Description:
Dean's X series offers some of Dean's most popular body styles--the ML, V, and Z--at an affordable price. But they don't skimp on components, with a pair of high-output Dean humbuckers, Grover tuners, a Tune-o-Matic bridge. Dean style and dependability are an added bonus.

VX at a Glance

    Body wood: Basswood
    Neck Construction: Bolt-on
    Neck wood: Maple
    Fretboard: Rosewood
    Inlays: Dot
    Frets: 22
    Scale: 24-3/4"
    Bridge: Tune-o-Matic
    Pickups: Zebra Dean Humbuckers
    Controls: 2 Volume, Tone, Three-way Switch
    Tuners: Grover
    Hardware: Chrome
    Finish: Black

Tune-o-Matic bridge and Dean zebra humbuckers.

Classic Dean headstock with Grover tuners.

The Dean X Series
The Dean X Series offers ML, V and Z style guitars at a price that won't break the bank. These guitars feature maple necks, rosewood fretboards, dual humbuckers, and plenty of Dean mojo, and are built to rock--perfect for beginners and veterans alike.Basswood Body
The VX features a lightweight basswood body. Basswood is great for heavier rock and metal styles, delivering a nice even tone that feeds a dirt pedal (or a dimed Marshall) nicely.Bolt-On Construction
Bolt-on neck construction provides an affordable alternative to set-neck or thru-body designs. The advantage of this design is that if you do have any neck trouble down the line, you can easily replace it. The VX's maple neck features an ultra-playable 22-fret rosewood fingerboard, with classic dot inlays.Dean Humbucker Pickups
To capture the biting tones of vintage Deans, the company includes two of its standard humbuckers, in black-and-white "zebra" style for looks as good as the sounds. And what to expect tonally? These pickups should provide more than enough bite for modern styles, along with plenty of low-end and midrange definition. The standard three-way selector allows bridge, neck, or a combination. Each pickup gets a volume pot, and they share the tone control.Grover Tuners
If you play guitar then you know what this means--solid, dependable tuning from the industry standard. These guitar machines are a triumph in engineering and style, with a gear ratio of 14:1, perfect gear meshing, and zero backlash and slippage. The gear box has a special lubricant for lifetime, trouble-free service.
Tune-o-Matic Bridge
The Tune-o-Matic bridge with string-thru body design provides serious sustain, along with precise intonation for your tuning preference. The classic v-shaped plate mirrors the headstock wings for some nice vintage Dean style.

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