Dean Deceiver FG Electric Guitar  

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An elegantly styled Dean crafted out of premium components.

The Deceiver FG Electric Guitar features a single-cutaway tone-sustaining mahogany body finished in satin black, and a set mahogany neck is topped with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard that is embellished with pearl Deceiver inlays. The Deceiver FMF has a fast 24-3/4” scale length and with a 3-on-the-side Dean headstock design with a winged “Dean” logo. This beauty is guaranteed to deliver sonic mayhem with an EMG 85 Active humbucking neck pickup and an EMG 81 Active humbucking bridge pickup. Gold hardware includes a Floyd Rose Original tremolo bridge and Grover tuning machines.

Features

  • Single-cutaway shape
  • Carved mahogany body
  • 24-3/4" scale
  • Set mahogany neck
  • “C” neck profile
  • Ebony fingerboard
  • 24 frets
  • Pearl Deceiver inlays
  • Grover tuners
  • Gold hardware
  • Floyd Rose Original tremolo bridge
  • EMG 85 Active humbucking neck pickup
  • EMG 81 Active humbucking bridge pickup
  • Master volume & tone controls, 3-way selector switch
  • Finish: black satin
  • Case sold separately

Order a totally stylin' guitar that has it all!

 
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5.0

an ammazing guitar!!!

By patricio stiglich

from Bogotá Colombia

Comments about Dean Deceiver FG Electric Guitar:

It`s extremely beautiful, all components are just perfect, it`s look fits on any musical genre, its sound is perfect for heavy rock and metal, you can adjust it for more soft genres but the emgs are too much powerful for jazzy stuff, I really recomend it for heavy stuff

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