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UPDATE: DEC 3RD, 2020: Dean Guitars Amps Up Attack with Cadi Select 3 Pickup Classic Black

TAMPA, FL — Dean Guitars amps up its Select Series with the introduction of the Cadi Select 3 Pickup Classic Black. Featuring the addition of a third Seymour Duncan pickup in the middle position, the Cadi Select 3 is built for excellent attack and tone, offering all the appointments of a beloved classic model at an affordable price point that won’t break the bank. A guitar that focuses on excellent tone should also focus on playability, and that’s exactly what Dean delivers with the Cadi Select 3. It all starts with high-quality materials and thoughtful design, including Dean’s Cadillac-style, all-mahogany body with a classic flat top. The iconic cutaway provides easy access to the 3-piece mahogany neck, supported by the highly resonant set-thru neck construction and reliably sturdy dual-action truss rod. To top it off, 5-ply W/B/W/B/W body and headstock binding, along with single-ply neck binding, add an extra splash of class, while black hardware pushes the edge. Like other Select Series models, the Cadi Select 3 offers a satin neck for ease of playing and endurance. The V-shaped neck has a 22 jumbo fret ebony fingerboard with pearloid block inlays and a 12” radius. The Cadi Select 3 measures in at 24 3/4-inch scale length with a standard 1 11/16-inch nut width. The Tune-O-Matic bridge on Dean’s exclusive, high-mass Cadi hardtail provides for easy intonation and sustain. Grover tuners on the eye-catching, V-shaped headstock assist with precise and consistent tuning. The included D'Addario EXL120 nickel wound strings provide a super light gauge set with maximum flexibility and biting tone. When it’s time to rock, players have all the control they need with the Cadi Select 3’s Seymour Duncan pickups, all black with sandblasted pole pieces. The SH-5 Custom at the bridge delivers bigger, beefier P.A.F. (Patent Applied For) tone for searing leads and huge chords. The pure attack is ideally complemented by matching APH-1 Custom pickups in the middle and neck positions. These pickups provide endless tones for any style, from clean to aggressive rock and everything in between. Audio taper pots activated with the 5-way rotary knob provide for smooth roll without destroying tone. Speed black volume and tone knobs round out the controls. The legendary Cadi Select 3 Pickup Classic Black is designed for professional musicians who love classic guitars without the vintage price tag. Dean packages up the high-end appointments at an affordable MSRP $1429/street $949. Learn more and get a closer look at www.deanguitars.com. About Dean Guitars Led by CEO Evan Rubinson, Dean Guitars is a musician-run enterprise, having worked with some of the biggest names in the industry on the biggest stages and in the best studios all over the world. Since 1977, Dean Guitars has catered to musicians in all genres, at all skill levels, and has the most recognizable headstock profile in the industry. www.deanguitars.com
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On March 15, 2019, artist Robert Goetzl watched the news in awe as a million students, across 125 countries, took part in the School Strike for Climate, an international movement of students who skip Friday classes in protest to demand action from political leaders against climate change. The movement started in 2018, when Greta Thunberg, a then 16-year-old activist from Sweden, staged a lone protest outside the Swedish Parliament holding a sign that read "School strike for climate," inspiring students across the globe to stand together to fight for the future of the planet. The movement fanned a flame in Goetzl that had been slowly burning for many years and now he wanted to use his talent to become part of the solution, so he immediately dropped what he was doing and painted a watercolor of the earth. His hope was that it would one day adorn the top of a Martin guitar that could be used to bring awareness to the urgent need for climate action. Upon completing the painting, Goetzl wasted no time, driving to Nazareth to share his idea with Martin Chairman and CEO, Chris Martin. Like Goetzl, the sixth-generation leader of Martin has a deep passion for fighting climate change and preserving the earth for future generations. This shared passion, reignited by the energy and perseverance of this new generation of activists, put into motion the plans to develop what is now being introduced as the Martin 00L Earth guitar—the first acoustic guitar that is 100% FSC® certified AND 100% plastic-free. said Goetzl., "When I first heard this eloquent young woman, Greta Thunberg, speak so passionately about climate change, I was immediately inspired and thought, why not design a guitar with a visual element as a tool to promote the message 'Save the Earth'. Perhaps this is a way to help raise awareness of resource sustainability and our society's failure to take action against the global crisis that this troubled planet is facing."   With Chris Martin's blessing, Goetzl set about doing what he does best—turning his initial ideas into refined art—and he later presented several variations to the Martin team. The final design featured the earth and stars with a beautiful light burst peaking over the horizon. While Goetzl was finalizing the artwork, Martin Lead Instrument Designer Tim Teel and former Martin Green Team Leader Chris Thomas began working on building out the model that would ultimately become the master canvas for Goetzl's artwork. Teel and Thomas decided to use the framework from the Martin 17 Series and then went on to collaborate with many colleagues throughout the company to select and source only materials that are 100% FSC certified and free of all man-made plastics. Even the gig bag was specially sourced and made with hemp, a fast-growing and highly sustainable material, another first for the company. said Teel., "I respect working for a company that takes environmental issues seriously. This project illustrates the importance of our planet and is depicted in this amazing graphic by Robert Goetzl. By using responsibly harvested materials, we will ensure the next generation of musicians and luthiers will have great tonewoods to choose from when designing, building, and playing stringed instruments of the future."  Martin chose to go plastic-free with this model because single-use plastic is destroying entire ecosystems and greatly contributes to global warming. The world urgently needs to reduce single-use plastic, and Martin hopes  this guitar will be another vehicle for spreading the message. said Chris Martin., "There's so much that we can do as individuals to fight climate change in our daily lives. Yet we are continually looking for ways that our company can inspire musicians and their fans to take action. Not just on Earth Day, but every day. Music has always been a powerful tool for bringing people together for change." In honor of the 00L Earth guitar, Martin will make a charitable donation to the Rainforest Alliance. The guitar is priced at $2,249. click the INFO BUTTON for more.......
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Update: Jan 12, 2021: Taylor Guitars Transitions Ownership To Its Employees
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