Dean Acoustic Electric Resonator,Mahogany Body, Lipstick Pickup, RCE NM

The Dean CE Acoustic-Electric Resonator Guitar features a modern body design and electronics. The resonator guitar has a mahogany top, back and sides, a mahogany neck, and a 21 fret purple heart fingerboard. The cutaway body lets you reach the upper frets. Grover tuners make a cinch to get in tune and stay there. A Dean "lipstick" pickup has controls for volume and tone so you can plug-in and be heard in any setting.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Item ID - RCE NM
  • Model Name - Resonator Cutaway Electric
  • Dexterity - Right Handed
  • Body Material - Mahogany
  • Body Type - Resonator
  • Top Material - Single Cone
  • Top Contour - Arched Top w/F Holes
  • Neck Material - Mahogany
  • Scale Length - 24 3/4" (629mm)
  • Construction - Set
  • Neck Shape - C
  • Fretboard Material - Purple Heart
  • Inlays - Pearl Dot
  • # of Frets - 21
  • Fretboard Radius - 12" (305mm)
  • Nut - Polymer Cream (Plastic)
  • Nut Width - 43mm
  • Tuners - Die Cast
  • Knobs - Dome
  • Hardware Color - Chrome
  • Bridge - Black Walnut
  • Pickup (Neck) - Lipstick Magnet
  • Binding - Multiply
  • Finish - Natural
  • Truss Rod - Dual Action
  • Strings - OEM Phosphor Bronze (.013-.056)

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • RCE-NM Round Neck Cutaway Resonator with Electronics
Finish
  • Mahogany
Categories
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Top Material
  • Mahogany
Body Features
  • Cutaway
Back Material
  • Mahogany
Sides Material
  • Mahogany

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