From my private collection is this Dean RC7 Xenocide in close to mint condition. In 2010 the Music Farm commissioned Dean to manufacture a limited number of twelve of these guitars. I owned two of them but sold one a few years ago. Only selling because I've drifted away from seven string guitars and am back to six string. This guitar is a killing machine and built like a tank. Years ago I upgraded to the Fluence Modern Seven pickups and swapped out the OFR for a 1000 series lo pro trem. Hearing is believing. The Padauk wood is awesome both in terms of sound quality, weight and feel. Very similar to mahogany which is dark sounding but with it's own characteristics as well. The Dean deluxe case is in like new condition as well. Also included will be the original EMG pickups and the OFR which came with the guitar. In addition, I will also throw in a Pro Tone Jeff Loomis blue overdrive pedal (mint condition), a brand new set of Cleartone strings and Brain Drill's three CD's in mint condition The new owner will be very happy with this guitar. The guitar will be packed safely and securely in an oversize box for shipping.They simply don't make them like this anymore. Any questions or for more pics please ask.No International bids. Shipping is CONUS only. Thanks.

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • RC7 XENOCIDE
Finish
  • Padauk Red
Categories
Year
  • 2010
Made In
  • United States
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Number of Strings
  • 7-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

GEORGE 's Gear Garage

WHITESTONE, NY, United States
Sales:12
Joined Reverb:2017

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