BAJAAO India presents the Dean RZR-CG Razorback Cemetery Gates Electric Guitar.
This monster features a killer, jagged design with an amazing graphic commemorating the epic Pantera song "Cemetery Gates." The set mahogany neck has a rosewood fretboard with a pearl razorblade inlay at the twelfth fret that evokes Dimebag Darrell's famous necklace. A DiMarzio rhythm pickup and Dimebucker treble pickup unleash vicious tone that's sure to put a smile on any metalhead's face. Finished off with black hardware, Grover tuners, Floyd Rose trem, Dimebag traction knobs, and the Dimebag Tribute crest on the guitar's headstock. Written across the body of the guitar are the words from the chorus: "I will unlock my door, and pass the cemetery gates."
"Cemetery Gates" is a seven-minute song by heavy metal band Pantera. The song is the fifth track from Cowboys from Hell, the band's fifth album and their second with lead singer Phil Anselmo. "Cemetery Gates" showcases Anselmo's vocal ability and range, concluding with screaming high notes answered by Dimebag Darrell on guitar. The lyrics lament the death of a female relative or friend and the prospect of dying or committing suicide and rejoining her in the afterlife. Presumably, the song is fictitious and not based on any real acquaintance of the band.
Dean RZR-CG Electric Guitar Specification:
- Body Type: razorback
- Body Wood: mahogany
- Scale Length: 24-3/4"
- Neck Joint: set
- Neck Wood: mahogany
- Fretboard: rosewood
- Inlay: Dime Razor
- Neck Shape: V
- Frets: 22
- Nut Width: 1-11/16"
- Fretboard Radius: 16
- Bridge: Licensed Floyd Rose Tremolo
- Pickup Bridge: Duncan Dimebucker
- Pickup Neck: Dean humbucker
- Controls: vol/vol/tone
- Tuners: Grover
- Hardware color: black
- Pickup selector: 3 way
- Finish: gloss with Cemetery Gates graphic
- Case included.
This product includes Beginner's Guide to Learning Guitar E-book
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
The guitar is really amazing! It can definitely turn heads. But its a little bit too heavy
Firstly, i'm not into metal as such, and i didn't care much for the looks. I was rather looking for the screeching humbucker tones i can use for my rock solos to add the metallic edge. I saw the look, was impressed, and then i tried the guitar.The Neck pickup is like a typical humbucker, can give slightly heavy cleans and good backing rhythm tones. But that Bridge Seymour Duncan Dimebucker Pickup is real hot. Cleans are a little edgy, but the distortion is soooo sweet on this thing, I had to buy it just for that. Of course the floyd rose is a really good addition. this was my first axe with floyd rose, so i had to research about it a bit, but now i know and so it is easy to use.You need the hard case. The guitar could get chipped easily due to its sharp edges, so u have to handle it with care.