- Feb 5, 2009
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No people don't want pointy. IDK why Gibson thinks they do now.I've owned a Dean in the past and I honestly wasn't too impressed by it. IMO Gibson is a way higher quality built guitar than a Dean. Plus, Dean's do not seem to hold their value as well on the used market. I think it's because they have tailored to the metal guitar market and kind of pigeon-holed themselves. Not everyone wants a pointy guitar with a pointy headstock.
One man's Keesil is another man's Gibson LP.