Here for sale 2008 Dean USA Custom Shop Soltero in Trans Red. Beautiful looking and playing custom build Soltero. The guitar is in very good condition and comes with original hard case. The Dean Soltero is a single cutaway style guitar manufactured by Dean Guitars and designed by Dean Zelinsky. The Soltero (meaning "single" in Spanish) was first introduced in 2006. This USA model features a mahogany top with Transparent Red finish on a one-piece mahogany body. The mahogany neck has the renowned classic Dean V profile and was topped with an ebony fretboard boasting abalone position markers. The Grover tuners, tune-o-matic bridge and proprietary stopbar tailpiece keep the instrument perfectly in tune. Dean USA pickups sound amazing.

- Mahogany Body
- Spalted Maple Top
- Ebony Fingerboard
- Pearloid Block Inlays
- 22 Jumbo Frets
- Radius: 12”
- Nut width: 43,5 mm - 1 3/4"
- Scale Length: 628 mm - 24 3/4
- Slim V Shape Neck Profile (super easy to play, comfortable feel)
- Dean USA Pickups: Nostalgia neck and Equalizer bridge
- HH Configuration w/ 3-way toggle
- Tone Pros bridge
- Satin nickel hardware
- Grover Tuners
- Made in USA Dean Custom Shop

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ConditionExcellent (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Custom Shop USA Soltero
Finish
  • Trans Red
Categories
Year
  • 2008
Made In
  • United States
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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