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Need to know if my guitar is USA or othercountry !!


Contact Dean customer service to get the best info. Here's the link-
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Aug 04, 2016 | Dean Music

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Need to see the wiring diagram for dean evo xm


Here's the diagram.
You probably don't even have 4 wires from each pickup, because the middle ones are already connected.

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Jan 25, 2013 | Dean Evo Xm Electric Guitar

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Issues With Dean Markley ProMag Plus Acoustic Pickup


Hope you didn't throw it out. I know this is a bit late.

Cleanly remove about an inch from the end of the cable.
Loosen screw in the jack (yeah, it's there on the side).
Put cable back in jack and push it till it won't go anymore.
Tighten screw. You need to tighten enough so screw will breach the insulation and make a ground connection.

Oct 12, 2012 | Dean Markley ProMag Plus Acoustic Pickup

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I have multiple wires disconnected on a Dean Vendetta and need a schematic to show where they go.


this should be what you need, albeit for a different guitar. 1 vol, 1 tone, and a 3way pickup switch. your wire colors may be different, but follow them from place to place and youll be good to go. any nonshielded wire from a pickup is a ground, as well as generally one other wire from the pickup will be a ground. if there are 2 wires from the pickup, and both pickups are the same, it doesnt matter which you choose for a ground and lead, as long as you do the same for each pickup.
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Sep 14, 2011 | Dean Vendetta XM Electric Guitar

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I have a dean markley promag grand acoustic pick-up which connects to a plug in stap button. when i plug in there is no sound unless the volume is turned up on the amp to the max and then a very faint...


The output of this is fairly low. Do make sure you have steel strings rather than bronze for magnetic pickups like this. Make sure this pickup is oriented per the instructions.

Jul 02, 2011 | Dean Markley ProMag Grand Guitar Pickup

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I have a dean vendetta xm and it wont make sound through an amp they wiring is correct (checked through diagram provided by dean)


If the wiring is correct on the guitar, try plugging it in to a different amp. If you still don't get any sound, the problem may be a faulty volume or tone potentiometer (or pot. The knob, for simpler words). These are fairly easy to replace if you know how to solder. If not, then watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLfXXRfRIzY

You can get the pots from Musician's Friend, Guitar Center, or any music store that carries guitar parts.

If that doesn't fix it, then the problem is in your pickups. You can get "aftermarket" pickups through the above mentioned dealers, and you're not restricted to the original pickups.

What you replace them with will affect your tone, so do some research before settling on a set of pickups. Active pickups will give you more gain (great for nu-metal and hi-gain applications) and have lower output noise, but they require batteries. Passive pickups have no need for batteries, but tend to produce slightly more noise and hum.

Hopefully, it's the pots. That will be the cheaper fix, since they run about $2-$4USD each. Pickups can range from $100-$500USD a set.

Hope that helps!

Jan 20, 2011 | Dean Vendetta XM Electric Guitar

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What is the Schematics to the dean metalman v bass?


Should be pretty simple, one pickup, one volume control, one tone control:http://www.deanguitars.com/metalman_series.php Try here:http://www.deanguitars.com/services.php Toll free phone number.

May 10, 2010 | Dean Edge 4 Bass Guitar

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Wiring for a dean edge 4 string with one soap bar pickup


You might find it at http://www.mediawebsource.com/guitar/pickup.htm If you can figure out what brand the pickup is you could check the manufacturers site. http://www.guitarelectronics.com/category/wiringresources/ has original factory wiring diagrams for guitar and bass for various pickup manufacturers. Hope this helps.

Jul 10, 2009 | Dean Edge 4 Bass Guitar

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