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Dean Guitars Michael Batio MAB3 - Metallic Red - Guitarra eléctrica, color rojo

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Peso del producto4,5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto107,1 x 60 x 60 cm
Número de modelo del productoMichael Batio MAB3 - Metallic Red
Neck Material Typearce
Número de cuerdas 6
País de producciónchina
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Producto en desde11 de abril de 2012
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lots of fun to play and lotta guitar for the money! 17 de mayo de 2014
Por Jeffery M. Parks - Publicado en
I bought the black & silver version of this guitar yesterday. I've been putting this guitar through its paces for a few hours now and have been quite impressed. I first took the time to work the strings in before I locked them down with the locking nut, because they are new obviously and stretched quite a lot.

During the work-in, I worked the Floyd Rose Special tremolo bar pretty hard. I am pleased that it was already adjusted pretty well and I was able to bend upward and downward in a way that I previously had only gotten out of Kahler tremolos. Granted, I haven't owned any of the more expensive Floyd tremolos. The "Special" tremolo is less expensive, but I was pleased to get the sounds and subtleties out of it I like. Including, dive-bombs, flutters, multi-note pull-ups, and micro-note bends. There is a little excess 'play' in the bar, which is something I have always felt in Floyd's.

The guitar is relatively light, yet feels solid. My frets and fretboard came in good shape. The frets are thin on top and fairly tall. The action was a little too high on arrival, but with just 2.5 turns on the out Floyd bridge screws on each side, the action was at a very comfortable height and I found I was able to burn up and down the fretboard with ease.

I've been able to get lots of harmonics out of it and new sounds. It's a guitar that will help you expand your skills. I think it is important to mention again that the action will probably need to be lowered or you may find the thin frets a little painful. I don't know enough about how Batio likes his frets to say whether or not this is something he specifically requested. Again, after I lowered the action, it was very fun to play. I was quite surprised that lowering the action 2.5 turns didn't throw the intonation wildly off. It is off a bit, but I don't want to mess with it right now because I want to change the strings to a lighter set soon anyway. It feels like the guitar came with .10s on it.

The Batio double-cutaway design provides easy access to high-end frets since it is a deeper cutaway on the bottom.

People tend to think less of basswood because it is an inexpensive wood, but it has a lot of resonance and produces good, raw tones for metal music.

The pickups are quiet and strong, with very good sustain.

The pickup wire does show as one reviewer mentioned, but I figure that is by design to give a a more "raw" look, which doesn't bother me and I actually think it looks kinda cool.

Make sure you push the guitar cable all the way into the input. The input is pretty deep into the body and a couple times I thought I had a loose input, but I just had not plugged the cable in all the the way.

There was one tiny flaw in the paint. The black paint did not cover the silver paint underneath in about a 2mm spot, but I can live with that.

All in all, I think it is an amazing value, with Grover heads, hot DMT Design pickups, sustain and playability.
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Do NOT buy this guitar 17 de marzo de 2014
Por Robert B - Publicado en
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I wanted to like this guitar because it looks great! The fretboard had cracks in the rosewood where they placed the frets along the sides of the fretboard. The pickup cutout for the middle pickup was too large for the actual pickup - wiring is showing. The frets are not burnished and were sharp along the edges. If the real Michael Batio picked this thing up and looked at it I am sure he would be disgusted. Too bad I cannot march into Dean Guitars and speak with the CEO. This is a good example of poor quality control at the factory in China and at the Dean inspection point in the U.S. This is my first go around with Dean Guitars. I am not impressed.