Dean Cadillac 1980 Electric Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Take a ride with a classy Caddy.

The Dean Cadillac 1980 is a sweet reproduction of the original Cadillac, which has appeared on stages for decades as the trusted axe of many rock legends. With a mahogany body and set-in mahogany neck, it's no surprise players chose the great tone and sustain the original Cadillac offered. Block pearloid inlays grace the rosewood fingerboard, and the gold hardware and multi-ply binding provide the class you'd expect from a guitar labeled Cadillac. Uses Grover Rotomatic tuners for spot-on intonation. Two covered high-output humbuckers provide singing tone that make this guitar just as awesome now as it was when Carter was handing the White House over to Reagan.

Case sold separately.

  • Reissue of a Classic Dean Design
  • Set-Neck Construction
  • Fully Bound Mahogany Body and Neck
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Pearl Block Inlay
  • 2 High-Output Gold Covered Humbucking Pickups
  • Grover Rotomatic Tuners
  • Gold Hardware
  • Scale: 24-3/4"
  • Frets: 22
  • 3-way toggle
  • Case sold separately
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Comments about Dean Cadillac 1980 Electric Guitar:

I fall in love every time I see a DEAN. I got this one a week ago and I used if for a Tv show and 3 concerts. The look is amazing. It's really great to have a model that is not very common. The pickups sound very good, the construction is pretty detailed and the best of this guitar is the freetboard; pretty flat, but very fast, and the tunning is perfect. Another nice thing about this guitar is the bridge system, the strings don't cross the guitar, so the wood is intact, and holds sustain forever!!!

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