Scorching hot. The Dean Dime-O-Flame is volcanic. Featuring a red-hot finish and design, it is guaranteed to make an impression onstage, and in your bedroom, and in your kitchen, and wherever else you take it. Two powerful humbuckers in the form of a Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebucker and DMT Design ensure you get the same power and crunch that Dimebag Darrell himself enjoyed. And a set-in mahogany neck with a 'V' profile provides unstoppable playability and comfort, so you can shred without restriction. It's time to embrace your inner Dimebag and slay.
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Careful, they're hot! The Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebucker and DMT Design humbuckers loaded into this guitar scream with power. Offering a tight, dynamic tone and mountains of energy, they'll blast your riffs out like bullets. The bridge pickup is perfect for rhythm playing, giving your notes pronounced bite and plenty of definition. Switch to the neck pickup for sensational, saturated lead tone. It gives your licks a rich, beefy voicing which makes each note glisten with saturation. Get rocking.
Smooth sailing. With a well-crafted 'V' shaped mahogany set neck, Dean Dimebag truly feels natural to play. Your hand will float down it when you're changing between frets, but you can grip it tight when hammering chords out. The pau ferro fretboard is equally as impressive, with a bright resonance to balance out the warmth of the mahogany. It will give you a smooth ride as you sail down the frets, and also adds to the stunning looks of this beautiful guitar. Nothing will stand in your way to incredible guitar playing with this fine instrument in your hands.
For many years Floyd Rose has been the leading manufacturer and designer of floating, locking tremolos. With a design that has stood strong for over 30 years the Floyd Rose locking tremolo allows you to adjust the string tension and pitch with the removable whammy bar to create unique sounds such as dive bombs. Unlike non-locking tremolo's the Floyd Rose bridge can make huge changes in pitch but still retain the initial tuning by the addition of a locking nut at the end of the headstock.