Dean Guitars just added two new 24 fret models to its 2020 Select Series. The new MD 24 guitars are available with either a hardtail or a Floyd Rose locking trem system, and are designed for fast and easy playing.
Dean Guitars MD 24 Select
With the new Dean MD 24 Select models, you get a choice of either a hardtail, or a Floyd Rose locking trem system. Both versions have a set of black Grover tuners and matching black hardware throughout. Each iteration gets a pair of direct-mounted Seymour Duncan zebra humbuckers, with an APH-1N in the neck position and a TB-5/SH-5 in the bridge. The new models are available in two finishes, Flame Top Trans Cherry or Classic White.
The MD 24 has a basswood body with a bolt-on C-shaped three-piece maple neck, an ebony fretboard and 24 jumbo frets. The neck joint has a deep bout, allowing for better upper fret access, making it ideal for lead playing and accessing the dusty end of the fretboard.
The construction method and wood choices are all proven setups for high gain players. And since, in my opinion, the models don’t have many standout features, they may be perfect for players looking for a blank canvas to put their own personal stamp on. I’m certain these guitars will be popular if they play well, so definitely worth a look.
You can check out the new Dean MD 24 Select models in action in the video below, or follow the link to read more about them over on the company’s main site.
RRP – MD 24 Select Flame Top Trans Cherry, with a Floyd Rose – USD 849
MD 24 Select Classic White, with a Floyd Rose – USD 799
MD 24 Select Flame Top Trans Cherry with a hardtail – USD 699
MD 24 Select Classic White with a hardtail – USD 649