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The Dean ML 79 Floyd offers a classic design with modern reliability, creating a powerful tone suitable for everything from blues to classic rock and metal. Its iconic design not only delivers an aggressive look but has been designed to offer the perfect level of comfort and sustain. The body has been topped with stunning flamed maple in a trans Brazilia finish, making sure you stand out on any stage.
The addition of dual DMT humbuckers lets you produce a wide range of destructive tones to captivate the audience. This model also comes equipped with a Floyd Rose tremolo - perfect for creating unique pitch shifting effects. Rock out in style.
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With its set of DMT design humbuckers, Dean's ML 79 provides you with powerful tones with plenty of punch. Its wide dynamic range is perfect for experimentation, letting you create a whole host of captivating soundscapes with ease. These pickups offer an incredibly strong low-end response, while their high-end is sharp and sparkling - perfect for an array of playing styles and musical genres.
To give you more tonal possibilities, the ML Series guitar is fitted with a classic Floyd Rose tremolo. With a design that's stood the test of time for over 30 years, the Floyd Rose provides you with stunning pitch shifting effects. Simply play with the removable whammy bar to adjust the string tension and pitch, letting you create unique sounds and iconic dive bombs. Unlike non-locking tremolos, the Floyd Rose bridge can make huge changes in pitch but still retain the initial tuning. This is achieved by adding a locking nut at the end of the headstock. This prevents the strings from pulling on the machine heads and changing your tuning.
A design that's as synonymous to Dean as the man who helped popularise the shape (the late, great Dimebag Darrell), the unique ML body is guaranteed to make a strong statement on any stage. The ML shape was created by Dean Zelinsky in 1977, with the idea of spreading the mass of the body over a larger area. This helps maximise sustain and improve the overall balance.
The surprisingly comfortable body is fitted with a V-shaped neck. This type of profile is perfect for fast playing styles, offering excellent comfort across the entire fingerboard for delivering speedy solos. Its headstock also features a V-shaped design, increasing string angles and string length to enhance the overall sustain.