The 2008 Jackson JS20 Dinky is an electric guitar that features a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard, one humbucker and 2 single-coil pickups, fulcrum-style tremolo, one volume and one tone control, and a 5... Click To Read More About This Product
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The 2008 Jackson JS20 Dinky is an electric guitar that features a 22-fret rosewood fingerboard, one humbucker and 2 single-coil pickups, fulcrum-style tremolo, one volume and one tone control, and a 5-way toggle switch.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
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This is the best beginers guitar there is out there, its easy to tune and play, not to mention the phenominal sound for the amount youre paying for it, also it doesnt go out of tune....come to think of it this awsum guitar can withstand some pretty harsh practise rounds without haveing to tune really ofter i definatly recomend it to all beginers!
This guitar is good to start with or to upgrade from a starter guitar. The stock guitar stings will need to be replaced. Some emg pick ups would make this guitar the best of its price range. Really good guitar.
This is a great guitar. It is taking me a bit to get used to the body style from the old Fender strat I had for years, but after listening to Phil Collen of Def Leppard rave about Jacksons for years, I had to try this one and I am very glad I did. Like most reviews about this guitar, change your strings and tweak your bridge a little and you'll have an awesome guitar for years to come!!! Oh, and thanks Phil!!!
I love this guitar. The JS-20 was my second electric guitar. The second I picked it up i started to fantasize about this guitar on stage. After playing my Jackson for a couple days straight i went back to play my other guitar, and there was no comparison. P.S. the sound is super smooth.
This is the guitar that I first started playing on. The action was low so I didn't strain my fingers too much, which in consequence didn't discourage me from playing. When I returned this Jackson JS20 to my friend and got a Squier I saw how much better this guitar is. For beginners just starting out it might be a little expensive, but if you can get this guitar I recommend it. If not get the Squier pack.
This is a good starter for any guitarist. Overall its ok. I personally didnt think it stayed tuned after a few months. The strings do nedd to be replaced after awhile. For me it was just ok. But still had a nice sound for the price.