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AK48 w/ Case / Tradition AK48 - Gloss Natural w/Case

You don't have to spend a fortune to own a great sounding guitar. Just score a Dean tradition AK48 dreadnought. With at spruce top and mahogany back and sides, it delivers great tone. Its rosewood fingerboard and comfortable neck makes it easy to play, and quality sealed tuners stay in tune to keep your sound sweet. Choose a hip transparent finish and look cool on the street or on the stage. Includes case.


Item ID
AK48 GN
Model Name
Tradition AK48 - Gloss Natural w/Case
Design Feature
Dexterity
Right Handed
Body Material
Mahogany
Top Material
Spruce
Top Contour
Flat Top
Neck Material
Mahogany
Scale Length
25 1/2" (648mm)
Construction
Set Neck
Neck Shape
C
Fretboard Material
Rosewood
Inlays
Pearl Dot
# of Frets
20
Fretboard Radius
12" (305mm)
Nut
Daeil Chemical (Plastic)
Nut Width
1 5/8" (41mm)
Year
Style
Tuners
Sealed Die Cast
Knobs
None
Hardware Color
Chrome
Bridge
Rosewood
Pickup (Neck)
Pickup (Middle)
Pickup (Bridge)
Binding
Celluloid
Finish
Natural
Color
Case Options
Includes Hardshell Case
Country of Origin
China
Truss Rod
Dual Action
Pre-amp Type
Controls
Strings
Availability
Spec. Design Note
Item ID
AK48 GN
Model Name
Design Feature
Body Type
Dreadnought
Top
Spruce
Body
Mahogany
Neck
Mahogany
Scale Length
25 1/2"
Neck Type
Set
Neck Profile
C
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Inlays
Pearl Dot
# of Frets
20
Tuners
Sealed Die Cast
Knobs
Hardware Color
Chrome
Bridge
Rosewood
Pickup (Neck)
Pickup (Middle)
Pickup (Bridge)
Binding
Celluloid
Finish
Glass
Color
Natural
Case Options
Includes Hardshell Case
Design Feature
Due to Dean's commitment to ongoing research and development, product specifications are subject to change without notice. In some instance, the product pictured here might vary slightly from our products in the marketplace.

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