Dean Guitars are well known for crafting guitars for the masters of metal from Dave Mustaine to Michael Schenker. However, to design guitars for Dimebag Darrell you have to be able to offer something a little different. Based on the Dean Razorback range the Razorback Dimebag Floyd Bio Mech guitar is a must for the shred heads amongst you.
The Razorback Dimebag Floyd BioMech comes from the Dean Custom Run range and has some amazing features all of which we have come to expect from Dean Guitars.
The Razorback was designed by the late great Dimebag Darrell and was set to be his standard stage and studio instrument. It was also to be the main showpiece guitar from Dean. However, due to the popularity of the ML range the Razorback never quite got there. Also because of Dimebags untimely death in 2004 it sadly never quite became his main axe and gain the exposure it surely deserves. This is a massive shame as the Razorback is an amazing guitar.
The Bio Mech is a great looking guitar with the typical Razorback shape supplemented with the special “Bio Mech” graphic. The body is basswood and features 2 Dean designed DMT humbucker pick-ups and a Floyd Rose bridge. There is a three way selector switch and a tone and volume knob to give you full control of the guitars sound. The bolt on neck is maple with a 22 fret rosewood fingerboard featuring the classic Dime razor inlays.
Playing the guitar is a shredders proverbial moist dream. It comes out of the box ready to play, in tune and with a nice low action. The neck is fantastic and with the deep cut-away it allows easy access to the upper frets. The tone is fantastic whether played clean, although we’re not sure that would happen, or dirty.
You can check out the video below to see the Razorbaack Dimebag Floyd Bio Mech being put through its paces.
All in all this is a great guitar and represents excellent value for money and is an excellent tribute to the late great Dimebag Darrell. To buy this great guitar now click here.
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