The Jackson DK2M Dinky Electric Guitar is powered by a Seymour Duncan JB TB4 humbucker (bridge) and a Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2N humbucker (neck) mounted on a sleek alder body for plenty of warm, chunky tone. The rock maple neck sports a bound compound-radius maple fretboard. A scalloped heel means uninhibited access to the upper frets, while the Flo... Click To Read More About This Product
The Jackson DK2M Dinky Electric Guitar is powered by a Seymour Duncan JB TB4 humbucker (bridge) and a Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2N humbucker (neck) mounted on a sleek alder body for plenty of warm, chunky tone. The rock maple neck sports a bound compound-radius maple fretboard. A scalloped heel means uninhibited access to the upper frets, while the Floyd Rose-licensed Jackson low-profile double-locking trem gives you the confidence to dip for the low notes.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut (12") for easy chording and flattens out (16") as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
Alder body with flamed maple veneer on transparent finishes
Bolt-on maple neck with scarf joint headstock
Black binding on neck and headstock
Compound radius maple fingerboard 12"-16"
24 jumbo frets
Black Delrin fin position inlays
Seymour Duncan JB TB4 bridge humbuckers
Seymour Duncan Jazz SH2N neck humbucker
3-position blade pickup switch
Master volume, master tone
Jackson low-profile double-locking tremolo
25-1/2" scale length
Neck dimensions: 1st fret: .735", 12th fret .819"
1-11/16" nut width
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It has a great sound from the bridge pickup. The neck pickup isn't a strat neck p.u by any means, but it still has a nice blusey sound. It's very comfortable to play. The licensed Floyd Rose seems to work really well, eventhough its a floater. The neck is a bit wide, but very thin, which makes it easy to play. The action was nice, and a setup job made it perfect for me. I wouldn't buy an Ibanez when you could get this guitar for the same price or less. I've always wanted a Jackson, and this price is hard to beat. The downside of this guitar is that the neck pickup isn't nearly as hot as the bridge. But it's a nice contrast, on the other hand, especially on a clean setting. The color options are limited, but the red guitar with the maple fretboard and shark inlays is quite eye-catching. In comparison, an entry-level Fender is not nearly as nice of a guitar for the money.
This is my first guitar and after searching other brands, the DK2M has a lot of excellent features for the price. I pick up this guitar to practice for about 20 minutes which turns into 2 hours. It feels so natural and I just want to keep jamming.
I've been playing guitar for over 17 years and I've owned plenty of different guitars from different companies. Jacksons are among my favorites. First, I want to say that this guitar plays like a dream and feels like it costs over $1,000. Very high quality. It's got the classic pickup combo used by players like Randy Rhoads and Dave Mustaine at some point in their careers. Personally, I prefer a hotter neck PU but, the Bridge JB has been my fave for years. Just a personal preference. The neck plays like a dream. The frets are smooth with no scrapes on my hand. Not quite sure if it's binding around the fretboard or black paint. Looks sharp, though. Took a little while to get used to the compound radius but, now that I "get it" it's got its perks. Amazed at how well the floyd stays in tune. Two minor flaws: A spot or 2 where the black around the fingerboard came off and it's a light color underneath. Hardly noticeable. And some amateur guitar tech shimmed the neck creating little finish cracks in the neck pocket. I took out the shim and lowered the whammy. I would say that the neck pocket should've been routed so the neck sits about 1 degree back for lower action without lowering the whammy. A very common and minor imperfection in most guitars. All in all this guitar rules and I can't put it down for very long. Get one and you'll be happy and feel like a rockstar.
So I just got this guitar today and let me say it is just about the definition of perfection. The Floyd is great I've been yanking on it since I got it home and it's still in tune. The neck is nicer than that of any Ibanez I've played/owned and ALMOST as comfortable as my Gibson SG. I have this guitar in alpine white and it is BEAUTIFUL! The pickups are wonderful they get a good classic rock tone and they word really nice for metal, believe it or not, although I might prefer a SD '59 in the neck but all in all this guitar exceeds all expectations that I had.
I have played many different guitars but of all of them this one is the best guitar i have played. My freind Mick from Grace Not Glory used it in a show after a 6 song set and five more days of me playing it, it was still in tune. It is extreamly light and comfertable when siting or standing. The Seymore Duncans have a heavy sound while still haveing a clear sound. It squeals like no other guitar I have played (even better than EMGs). The one thing I would suggest would be a Jackson case becuse with "universal" cases the headstock digs into the back of the case. If you take your playing seriously YOU MUST HAVE THIS GUITAR!!!!!
I've had this guitar for about 3 months, and I love the feel of this guitar. It has a maple neck, which is nice and has very easy playability. The floyd rose works great, once you set it right and just leave it. when I got this guitar, I played for about 10 hours straight that day. About 2 days later, I went back to guitar center and tried out other guitars i had planned on buying, and nothing feels like this jackson. The only complaint I have is that one of the knobs is loose, but no biggie. The seymour Duncans sound good. The neck pick up is great for clean tone. You will not regret buying this guitar, is feels and sounds great.
This guitar is by far one of the finest instruments out there for the price. It came set up perfectly, and it has one of the fastest neck actions I've ever played. A good buy for the serious rock player. It even came loaded with Duncans and a TSA flight case!
First off. This is probably the easiest guitar you can play. The neck is so slick and fast it will double your playing ability. I got this for my first guitar, so I learned guitar on such an easy one to play and when I picked up my friends guitars that were a lot more rough on the fingerboard I sucked. Haha. So I guess thats only bad thing.The pickups are pretty good too. The bridge is great. The neck is a little week but for the price its amazing. I really have no complaints on this guitar at all. So its a great buy.
It's just Beautiful not very expensive great sound cannot ask for more
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