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Dean Vendetta XMT Electric Guitar with Tremolo Satin Natural 

(Satin Natural)  Sku #620248000091000

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A well-made entry-level guitar with all the features you'll need to start rockin'.

The Dean Vendetta XMT Electric Guitar undeniably is crafted from components and features beyond what you expect from instruments in this price range. The Vendetta XMT features a double cutaway Vendetta style body made of Paulownia wood with a bolt-on maple neck. The 25-1/2" scale maple neck is topped with a 24-fret rosewood fretboard. Dual Dean humbucking pickups pump out plenty volume with all the great tones you'll need. The electric guitar's Vintage Tremolo bridge lets you have tons of fun producing cool rock effects.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options. Case sold separately.

Style: Double Cutaway Vedetta 
Body: Paulownia
Neck: Bolt-on Maple
Scale Length: 25-1/2"
Neck Profile: "C"
Fingerboard: Rosewood
No. Of Frets: 24
Fingerboard Inlays: Dots
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Neck Pickup: Dean Humbucker
Bridge Pickup: Dean Humbucker
Controls: Master Volume and Tone, 3-Way Toggle Pickup Selector
Hardware: Black
Tuners: Cast
Bridge: Vintage Tremolo
Finish: Satin
Case: Not Included
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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Good axe for the coin.


from Charleston, W.V

Comments about Dean Vendetta XMT Electric Guitar with Tremolo:

I bought the transparent black version, and it is actually a flat black with almost no wood grain to it at all. The guitar does play very well after I spent about an hour setting it up, but out of the box the strings are set really high to avoid fret buzz, and the neck as well as the intonation were way off. So if you don't know how to adjust these items, be prepared to pay someone to do it for you. You should also check for loose screws and other fasteners as well. The sustain block on the tremolo on mine was really loose, as were the tuners. But hey I have paid alot more and gotten way less, after all it plays very well once little bits have been fixed here and there. The pickups do the job, but the pots have really fast linear roll off, so the volume is more like on and off. I planned on upgrading all of that stuff before I bought it so, no biggie.

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