Dean Edge

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Dean Edge
Dean
1977 — present
Solid
Bolt-on
Basswood, Mahogany(E09M)
Maple
rosewood
Fixed
One Soap Bar (for entry-level model), Two in parallel
(Varies with model) Classic Black, Ice Blue, Powder Silver, Classic White, Transparent Amberburst, Transparent Red, Transparent Black, Transparent Blue, Transparent Power Purple,
 
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Dean Edge
Dean
1977 — present
Solid
Bolt-on
Basswood, Mahogany(E09M)
Maple
rosewood
Fixed
One Soap Bar (for entry-level model), Two in parallel
(Varies with model) Classic Black, Ice Blue, Powder Silver, Classic White, Transparent Amberburst, Transparent Red, Transparent Black, Transparent Blue, Transparent Power Purple,

The Dean Edge is a series of similar bass guitars produced by Dean Guitars. The Edge is usually produced with rosewood neck and solid basswood bodies, with the exception of the E09M, which is made of mahogany. Another feature is the pair of "Soapbar" pick-up wired in parallel. A very distinguishing feature of the Edge is the asymmetrical head stock design and the lack of a pickguard. The strings can vary from 4 to 10 strings. Dean Edges are used in countless music genres, and are especially popular among jazz players, such as bass virtuoso Jeff Berlin[1].

Versions

Basic design of headstock

Users of Edges

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