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Classic Jackson tone, looks and playability without breaking the bank.
Swift, deadly and affordable, Jackson JS Series guitars take an epic leap forward, making it easier than ever to get classic Jackson tone, looks and playability without breaking the bank. Upgraded features such as arched tops, new high-output ceramic-magnet pickups, graphite-reinforced maple necks, bound fingerboards and headstocks, and black hardware deliver more for less.
The JS32Q Dinky Arch Top has a basswood body with a beautiful quilt maple arched top, bolt-on maple speed neck with graphite reinforcement, compound-radius (12”-16”) bound rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid sharkfin inlays, and bound headstock. Other features include dual high-output Jackson humbucking pickups with ceramic magnets and three-way blade switching, Jackson-branded Floyd Rose double-locking tremolo bridge, black hardware and die-cast tuners. Available in Trans Amber and Trans Black. Case sold separately.
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Comments about Jackson JS32Q Dinky DKA Quilt Maple Top Electric Guitar:
Ill Start with my background, ive been playing guitar since 2004, played live for several years in a metal band, and also did some church performances from time to time. ive owned a small handful of guitars in my several years playing, including 2 Squire Strats, 1 Epiphone Les Paul, 1 Jackson DKMG, etc... This guitar has a good feel to it and a thin comfortable neck you would expect from a jackson, the locking tremolo seems to work wonderfully, most of the hardware feels very solid but plain. now for the bad, after going from a les paul with EMGS to this guitar i noticed the pickups in this guitar sound very muddy when using overdrive/distortion (only tested it on solid state amp, may be different on a tube amp), soloing or sweep picking from the bridge pickup has a decent sound out of it, but as soon as 2 or more strings ring out the tone gets super muddy. the neck pickup has almost no treble and is even muddier than the bridge, however on a clean channel in the middle of the 3 way pickup selector it sounds decent, almost emulating a acoustic guitar. i will be switching to EMG81 in the Bridge, and EMG85 in the neck before recording or playing live with this guitar. i would recommend this guitar only to new players looking for a low/middle end guitar, or experienced player willing to shell out the extra cash for some new pickups. i give it 3 stars because of the pickups.