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ML 79, Autre Guitare Electrique Solid Body de la marque Dean Guitars appartenant à la série ML.


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  • Fabricant : Dean Guitars
  • Modèle : ML 79
  • Série : ML
  • Catégorie : Autres Guitares Electriques Solid Body
  • Fiche créée le : 04/03/2013

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GutsMiura14/05/2016

L'avis de GutsMiura"très sympa"

Dean Guitars ML 79
j'utilise cette guitare sur une ampli blackstar ht20h principalement pour du metal meme si elle ce démerde ailleurs .
cette guitare est très bien foutue , les photos internet ne lui rendent pas hommage , le noir est bien compacte et le vernis est brillant comme je l'aime elle est donc vraiment superbe (après les gouts et les couleurs hein) , la lutherie en elle meme est saine avec un manche bien profiler entre le fin et le rond , une jolie finition et un poid vraiment léger contrairement a ce qu'on pourrait croire .
la forme permet un confort optimum autant assis que debout .
pour ce qui est des sons pas besoin de décrire étant donner que c'est le point faible de cette guitare (selon moi) sur la mienne il y as un set emg 81/89 et ca sonne d'enfer (excepter pour le 89 qui est une bouse infame) mais en chevalet avec le 81 ca grogne très fort .
pour les + je dirais la finition qui ne décois pas vu le tarif , pour a peu près 600e on vous offre une guitare très honnete sous plusieurs point de vu.
pour les - je dirais les micros qui sont pas ouf d'origine mais bon vu le tarif on lui pardonne , la tenue d'accord qui est loin d'etre folle elle aussi malgré les grover a bain d'huile , et le manche qui mériterais d'etre un poil plus rond quand meme mais ca c'est plus personnelle car ayant de grande pate j'aime avoir mon manche bien en main (insérer vanne salace ici) mais bon encore une fois c'est perso ^^
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deanman14/12/2006

L'avis de deanman

Dean Guitars ML 79
Tt é di o dessu !
G ossi le model koréen . ( micro dean ki dechirent !)

UTILISATION

Un manche magnifique collé 22 cases avec un confort de jeu optimal .
super acces aux aigus , le poids plume ! n'en parlon mm pas ...
et kan o son !!!! on croiré entendre dimebag D ... C une tuerie cette guitare

SONORITÉS

Les micros dean sont super puissant et on un son formidable en clean comme en disto , elle dechire pour le heavy , le rock et le metal !
je l'uttilise avec un cube roland 30 watt et un laney 100 a lampe ! ( sa dechire tt )
ske jprefere C la disto kan jla branche sur ma metal muff !

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'uttilise depuis 6 mois et on é insseparable lol
ske je prefere C sa forme extravagante ki impressionne tt le monde ! Sa a été le coup de coeur , je nété pas parti pour acheter sa et kan G essayé je suis resté bete ...
Je referé ce choix les yeux fermé
et actuellement je voudrais une dean hardtail vibrato
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contenu en anglais
tjon90106/07/2011

L'avis de tjon901 (contenu en anglais)"The Dean everyone thinks of"

Dean Guitars ML 79
Dean guitars was started in the mid 70s buy a guy named Dean Zelinsky. They are known for their radical shapes. Dean had the idea that the more spread out the wood on your guitar is the better it would sound. They are also known for their V profile necks. The V profile necks fit the radical motif of having radical shapes on their guitars. One of their most recognizable models is the Dean ML. It looks like a cross between an explorer and a flying v and thats what it is pretty much. The 79 ML model is based off of the specs of what the ML would have been in 1979. The guitar has a mahogany body and a flamed maple top. It has a mahogany neck with set neck construction. The neck is the Gibson scale lenght. It has a 22 fret rosewood fretboard with jumbo frets. This model was a stop tail and it had a tune-o-matic bridge and a string through stop tail piece similar to that of a 58 or 59 model flying v. It comes with two Dean pickups and each one has its own volume knob along with a master tone knob. There is a 3 way toggle switch to switch between the pickups with. On top of the radical headstock there are grover tuners.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is very well balanced like an explorer. You can easily play the guitar sitting down or standing up in a normal position or classical. The guitar feels nice and solid and has a lot of mass to it obviously. The V profile neck has an interesting feel. Some people like it and some people dont. I am not a huge fan. I prefer a C or D shape neck. The neck is set it so you will be reaching around the body to get to the highest frets but it isnt as bad as a Les Paul. The tune-o-matic bridge that came on my model meant the tuning help stability very well and gave nice sustain. With the V shaped headstock you must be careful because you may swing and hit something and break it off. The guitar is also too big for normal cases. Many ML guitars you have seen played live by professionals will have large chunks missing out of the end of the horns. Overall the Korean build quality of these guitars is prety nice.

SOUNDS

With the maple top you get a bit of crispness to the sound. The ML has a lot of natural clarity to its tone. The stock pickups are okay. The tone is helped by the natural resonance of the guitar but the pickups could be better. The stock pickups have a decent amount of chunk. They are pretty hot. Dean knows who is going to play this guitar and how they are going to play it so they threw in some hot pickups from the factory. If you are looking to get the most out of this guitar I recommend swapping in a set of Seymour Duncan pickups. High quality aftermarket pickups will let you take advantage of all the resonance in the guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

Dean guitars are good overall but its not really a brand people fall into. If you are playing a Dean that means you wanted to play a dean and were looking to play a dean. Dean guitars are relics from the era of Arena Rock and such. When you play one of these people 100 rows out will be able to tell what you are playing. Dean guitars still has many endorsees today so they must be doing something right. If you are looking for a Dean guitar this is probably the first one that comes to mind.
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contenu en anglais
tjon90106/07/2011

L'avis de tjon901 (contenu en anglais)"The Dean everyone thinks of"

Dean Guitars ML 79
Dean guitars was started in the mid 70s buy a guy named Dean Zelinsky. They are known for their radical shapes. Dean had the idea that the more spread out the wood on your guitar is the better it would sound. They are also known for their V profile necks. The V profile necks fit the radical motif of having radical shapes on their guitars. One of their most recognizable models is the Dean ML. It looks like a cross between an explorer and a flying v and thats what it is pretty much. The 79 ML model is based off of the specs of what the ML would have been in 1979. The guitar has a mahogany body and a flamed maple top. It has a mahogany neck with set neck construction. The neck is the Gibson scale lenght. It has a 22 fret rosewood fretboard with jumbo frets. This model was a stop tail and it had a tune-o-matic bridge and a string through stop tail piece similar to that of a 58 or 59 model flying v. It comes with two Dean pickups and each one has its own volume knob along with a master tone knob. There is a 3 way toggle switch to switch between the pickups with. On top of the radical headstock there are grover tuners.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is very well balanced like an explorer. You can easily play the guitar sitting down or standing up in a normal position or classical. The guitar feels nice and solid and has a lot of mass to it obviously. The V profile neck has an interesting feel. Some people like it and some people dont. I am not a huge fan. I prefer a C or D shape neck. The neck is set it so you will be reaching around the body to get to the highest frets but it isnt as bad as a Les Paul. The tune-o-matic bridge that came on my model meant the tuning help stability very well and gave nice sustain. With the V shaped headstock you must be careful because you may swing and hit something and break it off. The guitar is also too big for normal cases. Many ML guitars you have seen played live by professionals will have large chunks missing out of the end of the horns. Overall the Korean build quality of these guitars is prety nice.

SOUNDS

With the maple top you get a bit of crispness to the sound. The ML has a lot of natural clarity to its tone. The stock pickups are okay. The tone is helped by the natural resonance of the guitar but the pickups could be better. The stock pickups have a decent amount of chunk. They are pretty hot. Dean knows who is going to play this guitar and how they are going to play it so they threw in some hot pickups from the factory. If you are looking to get the most out of this guitar I recommend swapping in a set of Seymour Duncan pickups. High quality aftermarket pickups will let you take advantage of all the resonance in the guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

Dean guitars are good overall but its not really a brand people fall into. If you are playing a Dean that means you wanted to play a dean and were looking to play a dean. Dean guitars are relics from the era of Arena Rock and such. When you play one of these people 100 rows out will be able to tell what you are playing. Dean guitars still has many endorsees today so they must be doing something right. If you are looking for a Dean guitar this is probably the first one that comes to mind.
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