Whatever model it is, if you want new pickups for it, in the end you'll have to follow this procedure anyway: measure the dimensions of the current pickups, and compare those to soapbar pickups offered by various pickup makers, and see what will fit. It's highly unlikely that somebody will know what you need if you just say, "I need a pickup for a Dean [model whatever] bass," but it is pretty likely that somebody makes something that's the size you need.
In general I hate it when somebody questions the premise when somebody asks for help, but, before you drop the relatively big money for new pickups, I'd try re-wiring your controls with new pots, if your bass has passive VVTT controls as it appears. A bad connection or pot is a lot more common than an actual pickup dying, although that is certainly not impossible.
P.S. Although I'm not familiar with your particular model, I have had a few Dean basses.
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Last edited by Chuck King : 01-01-2013 at 11:44 AM.