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Serious sonic capabilities and a scalloped neck joint.
The Jackson DK2L Dinky Left-Handed Electric Guitar is both a looker and a screamer with Seymour Duncan STK-1s in the neck/mid and a Duncan JB in the bridge position and flashy finishes. The alder body is fitted with a shred-eriffic rock maple neck and a bound compound-radius rosewood fretboard. Transparent finish models have a stunning flamed maple top. A scalloped heel means uninhibited access to the upper frets, while a Floyd Rose double-locking trem let's you dive as deep as you want. A deluxe Jackson molded case by SKB comes included keeping your investment protected and looking good.
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 guitar is mega tight!! The awesome thin, slim neck makes it easy to ascend and descend down the fret board with ease, and with 24 frets, thats some notes only the dogs and cats could hear! The inlays on the guitar are cool and look very aggressive and just looks amazing. The seymours are really good for heavy stuff if you let your palm-muting ring and it sounds like a lion growling at you! The floyd rose is awesome where you can dive bomb so bad and still keep in tune. I got mine without a whammy bar and I replaced it with an Original Floyd and it makes the guitar even better!! Get this guitar if you like playing solos that rise to heaven and palm-muted riffs that command the undead army from hell!!
Features: I really like the neck on this guitar it fits my hand really well, very smooth with hand movement up and down the neck with very little effort. It has stock Seymore Duncan TB4 Trem bucker in the bridge and two STK-1 stacked coils in mid and neck. These are not the Seymore designed as found on previous models. Floyd type bridge with locking nut. This guitar stays in tune, The pickups sound great and the craftmanship (CNC in Japan) is very good. Now that it comes with the case and yes, price increase, its still a great value.I got a great one!