Dean V Metalman 4-String Bass

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Simple and deadly.

The Dean Metalman basses offer Basswood body's, low profile maple necks, classic 1980's Dean headstocks, 34" sccale length, rosewood fingerboards, bolt on construction, a single humbucking high gain pickup, classic machined tailpieces and black hardware. Choose from the Demonator, Z, V or ML models.

  • Basswood Body
  • Low Profile Maple Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Bolt-on Construction
  • 1 High-Output Humbucking Soapbar Pickup
  • Classic Machined Tailpiece
  • Sealed Die Cast Tuning Machines
  • Black Hardware

V Metalman 4-String Bass Specifications:

  • Body: Solid Mahogany
    Controls: Volume, tone, and 3-way toggle
    Fingerboard: Ebony
    Frets: 22
    Hardware: Black
    Inlays: Dots
    Neck Joint: Neck-Thru-Body
    Pickguard: None
    Pickups: 2 Humbuckers
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An amazing bass for a fair price


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Comments about Dean V Metalman 4-String Bass:

Though the V body is not very suitable for sitting down and playing, but it gives you the vibe and feel of an amazing set up, The 2 humbucker pickups are by far amazing, and on stage is just as good as its brother with active pickups. Being a passive bass it has its up's and downs, you need an amp for recording, or some power supply, and it's a total of (from body to head piece) around 54". It's oblong but feels great. I have played shows with this bass and have been amazed by how many people like it, for more than just the look. If you want something cool, plays well, and will last a good while with proper care, this should be your next bass, for the bass player that wants to show good performance and play it with out hoarding a ton of money into a top the line instrument. I have had this bass for 3 years now, would not pass the chance of buying it up. (Though I have fallen for active pickups recently and am about to sell my own for the other one.)

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