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Dean’s new MD 24 Select Series promises high playability at low prices

(Image credit: Dean Guitars)

Dean has bolstered its 2020 Select Series of electric guitars with the new MD 24 Select models.

The affordably priced guitars feature satin necks, easy-access heel joints and exclusive direct-mount Seymour Duncan pickups, as well as optional Floyd Rose tremolo systems.

Specs include custom basswood bodies with an arm cut and back belly cut, bolt-on three-piece maple necks with dual-action truss rods, ebony fingerboards with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid dot inlays, Grover tuners, black hardware and neck and headstock binding.

Pickups are a Seymour Duncan APH-1N Alnico II Pro at the neck and TB-5/SH-5 at the bridge, with custom zebra parchment finish and sand-blasted pole pieces. Controls are a single volume knob and a three-way toggle.

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MD 24 Select Flame Top Floyd Trans Cherry

MD 24 Select Flame Top Floyd Trans Cherry (Image credit: Dean Guitars)
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MD 24 Select Classic White

MD 24 Select Classic White (Image credit: Dean Guitars)

The MD 24 comes in four iterations: the Select Floyd Classic White ($799) and MD 24 Select Flame Top Floyd Trans Cherry ($849) feature a Floyd Rose 1000 Series tremolo system at the bridge and Floyd Rose R3 nut (1 11/16’’ width). 

The non-Floyd MD 24 Select Classic White ($649) and MD 24 Select Flame Top Trans Cherry ($699), meanwhile, sport a Tune-O-Matic hardtail bridge with Dean’s exclusive Cadi tailpiece. 

For more information, head to Dean Guitars.