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Dean E09M Edge Mahogany Electric Bass Guitar - Natural

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  • 34-inch maple neck with rosewood fretboard and abalone dot inlays
  • Dean passive soapbar pickup with volume and treble controls
  • Dean vintage-style bridge with adjustable intonation
  • Diecast Dean tuners
  • Basswood body and natural satin finish
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Guitar Bridge System Vintage Fulcrum Bridge hardtail-bridge tremolo Vintage Fulcrum Bridge
Guitar Pickup Configuration single-coil combination combination humbucker
Body Material Basswood hard-maple Basswood Basswood
Neck Material Maple wood Maple Maple
Fretboard Material Rosewood wood Maple Rosewood
Number Of Strings 4 4 4 4
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 46.8 x 3.2 x 23.2 inches ; 9.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009XPMOM
  • Item model number: E09 M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,230 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 13, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

It is often said the "beauty is skin deep," but the Dean Edge Bass is clearly and exception. While beauty was the inspiration, we put every bit of our 20-plus years of design experience into these models. We started with a body styled and contoured for comfort, and to make them lighter we used choice basswood. The maple necks were profiled to be faster and sleeker than virtually all others. We designed a "uniquely Dean" custom neck joint and heel along with our asymmetrical four-bolt pattern, creating uninterrupted access all the way up the two octave neck. The Edge Bass is offered in four, five and six string models. Experience one of the world's finest basses. E09 M is the most affordable in the Edge Line.

From the Manufacturer

This mahogany-enhanced monster from Dean features a lightweight basswood body with a mahogany top, finished au natural for serious good looks. Appointments include a Dean vintage bridge, a single Dean soapbar pickup, and a speedy maple neck. It's an affordable axe that's ready for any modern style.

Dean EDGE 09M


EDGE 09M Specs

  • Top: Mahogany
  • Body: Basswood
  • Scale: 34"
  • Neck: Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Inlays: Abalone Dot
  • Tuners: Die Cast
  • Hardware: Black
  • Bridge: Dean Vintage
  • Pickup: One Dean Passive
  • Finish: Satin Natural


Dean EDGE 09M Pickup

Dean passive soapbar pickup with volume and tone controls.

Dean EDGE 09M Bridge

A vintage-style bridge provides precise intonation.



Dean's Edge Series
Sure, beauty is skin deep, but the Dean Edge Bass might be the exception. Dean started with a body styled and contoured for comfort, and made it lighter with basswood construction. The maple necks were profiled to be faster and sleeker than most, and Dean designed a custom neck joint and heel, for uninterrupted access all the way up the two octave neck. The Edge Bass is offered in four, five and six string models. The Edge 09M is the most affordable instrument in the Edge Line.

Mahogany Looks
The Edge 09M features basswood construction, but it's topped off with naturally finished mahogany. The basswood means this axe is lighter than most its size, and the eye-catching mahogany grains give it plenty of class.

34-Inch Maple Neck
The Edge 09M features a speedy maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, and classic abalone dot inlays. It's a 22-fret model--this barely matters on some instruments, since access to the high frets is difficult, but a deep cutaway and Dean's custom joint/heel mean you can ring out the high notes when you want.

Dean Passive Pickup
The Edge 09M features a Dean "soapbar" style passive pickup, for smooth low-end, aggressive high-end, and plenty of response to your playing and the tone control. Dial it in no matter your musical style.

Black Dean Hardware
The vintage-style Dean bridge lets you set things up perfectly on the intonation front, and Dean diecast tuners ensure that you'll stay in tune.

Customer Reviews

It is a very nice looking guitar, as well.
Jerry
The strings could be better, I assume this is why I'm getting fret buzz on middle frets right out of the box.
Amazon Customer
I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a beginner to intermediate bass.
Reno J

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy York on October 5, 2007
I've been learning to play bass with this model for about a year and a half, and I enjoy it thoroughly. It's lighter than some instruments, but still has enough mass that it has a good tone. The neck is maybe not as slender as some fancier, faster basses, but it's still quite comfortable. It stays in tune well, and I've never had any troubles with the knobs or electronics.

With only a single pickup, and just knobs for volume and treble, you don't have much flexibility in sound. If you're just learning or playing for fun, this isn't much of an issue. The bass sounds great for a variety of jazz, blues and rock. One person I play with thinks the tone from this bass is nicer than one of his that cost about eight times as much.

A couple of other thoughts... You'll want to find a local guitar store to help you make adjustments periodically (and perhaps with initial setup), or learn to do it yourself. I use a Behringer practice amp, and it's partially responsible for the good tone that I seem to get. Finally, I rarely use a pick - if that's more your style, the lack of a pick guard might be an issue for you.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By MichaelMiguel on January 28, 2012
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At first, when I took it out of the packaging and plugged it in......DOA! No sound at all. Took it to a guitar shop, they opened the panel in the back and found out that there was some shoddy soldering and defective mini-pots that had a bad connection. They did some minor soldering and adjustments and it works fine now. The guy at the shop who fixed it said that Dean guitars tended to have this issue. I had bad luck and got a lemon. Luckily, it was an easy fix and he didn't charge me.

Also, the strings were too low to the fret board(low action). When you plucked the strings, it would rattle against the frets. They adjusted the neck, so that the strings don't rattle any more. I haven't learned how to do this myself yet.

When buying any guitar online, it's a crap shoot. When you buy a guitar at a shop or online, you'll inevitably have to bring it in to a shop for adjustments anyway, if you don't know how to do it yourself.

Pros:
- Once working, bass sounds great. Nice tone control from clean bass sound to a bit of "growl" and everything in between
- Nice looking. Mahogany finish has a distinctive look that grows on you. I admit, I was a bit skeptical from the pictures on Amazon, but seeing it firsthand, it is a beautiful guitar.

Cons:
- Poor quality control at Dean factory. Possibility you could get what I got, and have to do some fixing.
- Only one passive pickup. If you want another pickup, or some active pickups, you'll have to pay more.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Connie on January 27, 2011
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Good beginners bass. Got this for christmas about a year ago. I have only had one problem, the quarter in. jack came loose and a wire tore so I soldered it and it worked for about a month then it went again. When I went in to take a look two wires had disconnected from the pots so I just went down to radio shack and bought a pack of 3 1/4 in. jacks, changed the wiring to the pick-up and pots and it has worked fine ever since. Good tone. I like to use it for slapping but hammer-ons are a bit tough on it. Also having the single soap bar type pickup right in the center gets in the way a bit when slapping but other than that a good bass. Nice for slower and calmer music but it is also real good for heavy metal. Nice for begginers but if not buying for a begginer then I would suggest looking elsewear.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michael on March 8, 2013
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I purchased this bass about a year ago because I wanted a second bass. I read a number of reviews on this bass and decided to give it a try. I took it to my local music and played it through a Peavy and had the stores guitar tech to play it as well, he agreed that it exceeded his expectation and was a decent little bass for the price. He thought while the strings were this bass weakest link, it was not bad. It was set up perfectly and he suggested that I not change the strings until I had too. I am very pleased with my purchase.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Hondonian Rebel on December 18, 2007
Why not step up to Dean Edge 10a with active electronics?- Passive is perfectly acceptable- but if you like Dean and want that extra punch then step up a notch. You will get two pick-ups and more tone options on the 10a for just a little bit more. The 09 is ok i guess for a throw in the trunk type bass or something you won't cry over if it ends up trashed or just a bedroom decoration. It's a fine line when buying a first bass... paying a lot for something that is going to be tried and forgotten vs. starting out with a toy that plays so poorly that the odds of sticking with it are slim to none. Edge 9 is about as low as I'd go I think. Whatever you choose, a proper set up is half the battle and worth paying do have done if you are not familiar with string height, neck adjustments and intonation.

Update 2014: upon reflection, as the Dad of a now 21 y/o bass player we've had good experiences with the following cheap basses; a Dean edge 10a, a used Sammick, a nice used Squire he tried and a barely touched rogue (1st 5 string) that he still has.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By acoustimark on December 21, 2011
A friend surprised me with this bass as a gift, and I love it. I'm primarily a guitarist, and wanted one around for house jams. I replaced the stock strings (Too funky for me-unless you want everything to sound like a Seinfeld transition) with ghs black nylon tape wounds. The thing sounds more like an upright bass now, and looks fantastic with black strings against the mohogany finish.
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