Well, this is something a bit different - Dean have added new models to the NashVegas series, fusing the shape of a Telecaster with some very metal specs.
With a basswood body providing minimum heft and maximum tone, the NashVegas series features a standard bolt-on Telecaster-style neck with a 25.5" scale, which should provide some sense of familiarity amongst everything else going on. There's also a maple neck with a 12" radius ebony fretboard loaded with 22 jumbo frets to shred upon, while pearloid dot inlays help to add a touch of class. The NashVegas series also features Seymour Duncan APH-1N and TB-5 humbucking pickups with a pickguard mounted three-way pickup selector switch.
Here's where things get interesting: the NashVegas can be purchased with either a hardtail bridge with a Cadi tailpiece, or, Gold help me, a Floyd Rose 1000 locking tremolo. If you've ever wanted to subject your Telecaster to some stanky Dimebag-esque divebombs, this option will be right up your alley - you could probably even get some sweet pedal-steel inspired bends with it if you tried!
The NashVegas range is available with either a Metallic Red Satin or Black Satin finish for a staunch, shred-ready vibe.
Check out the series via Dean's website today.