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One of Dimebag’s final designs.
The Dean Razorback V 255 electric guitar features a mahogany neck and body and a rosewood fretboard. The V-shape neck has a strong, set joint and a 1-5/8" nut. Grover tuners and a locking tremolo keep you in perfect tune while you divebomb the night away. 24 fast frets facilitate wicked, shredding solos and lightning quick chord changes. The EMG pickups provide plenty of excellent tone. 3-way switching, volume and tone control keep things simple, yet tonally flexible, and with tons of presence.
Being a Dean guitar, the Razorback V 255 looks as good as it sounds. Dangerous-looking edges are highlighted by color-contrast bevels on the body and outlines on the famous Dean headstock. V inlays with Dime's razorblade at the twelfth fret plus all black hardware make this guitar wickedly stunning.
Dimebag Darrell Abbott's return to Dean Guitars was one of the many things cut far too short by his death near the end of 2004, but his many drawings and ideas have kept the guitar makers at Dean inspired. These Razorback V 255s were some of Darrell's final designs, and we're sure they will inspire you, too!
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- Body: Mahogany
- Scale: 25-1/2"
- Neck Joint: Set-in
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Fretboard: Rosewood
- Neck Shape: V-shape
- Frets: 24
- Nut Width: 1-5/8"
- Fretboard Radius: 16
- Bridge: Locking Tremolo
- EMG pickups
- Controls: Volume / Tone
- Tuners: Grover
- Hardware: Black
- Pickup Selector: 3-way
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Comments about Dean Razorback V 255 Electric Guitar:
I love this guitar EMG pickups sound great the action was too low I had to raise it and adjust the trustrod it is a blem but once i got it just right i fell in love I couldnt put it down the explosion graphics are awesome. You never know what you will get with a blem this one was returned because it still had the receipt in the case from the the guy who returned it, the switch was not working properly when i first got it and then it stopped messing up so i left it alone. the reason the neck had to be adjusted was the guy who returned it put the guitar in the case with the lid to the compartment opened and made the the neck warp a little but its allright now. you know want the guitar so get it !