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Jackson Mark Morton Dominion D2 Electric Guitar
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The Jackson Mark Morton D2 electric guitar features a fast bolt-on maple neck with a compound-radius (12"-16"), rosewood fingerboard, and a 24.75" sc...Click To Read More About This Product
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An affordable Dominion with all the playability and tone you expect.
The Jackson Mark Morton D2 electric guitar features a fast bolt-on maple neck with a compound-radius (12"-16"), rosewood fingerboard, and a 24.75" scale length on a nato wood body. Dual Seymour Duncan Designed HB-101 humbucking pickups provide all the great tones you need. All hardware on this Jackson guitar is chrome, including controls, an adjustable bridge with an anchored tailpiece, and sealed die-cast tuners. Comes with a standard Jackson gig bag.
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Body Species: Nato
Body Style: Dominion
Neck Type: Bolt-On Maple
Neck Dimensions: 3rd Fret: .910", 12th Fret: .950"
Scale Length: 24.75" / 629 mm
Fingerboard Species: Rosewood
Fingerboard Radius: 12" to 16" Compound Radius / 304.8 mm to 406.4 mm
Number of Frets: 22
Fret Size: Standard Frets
Nut Width: 1.6875" / 43 mm
Inlays: White Dot Position Inlays
Bridge Pickup: Duncan Design HB-101B Pickup with Trembucker
Neck Pickup: Duncan Designed HB-101N Pickup
Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle
Bridge: Fully Adjustable Bridge with Anchored Tailpiece
Tuners: Sealed Die-Cast Tuners with Jackson Logo
Case: Standard Jackson Gig Bag
Strings: NPS, Gauges: .009, .011, .016, .024, .032, .042
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This guitar is by far the best guitar for anyone and any style under $1000. I have played the Mark Morton Sig Dominion, with the $1600 price tag and own 2 D2's. It has a lighting fast neck and feels great in your hand and on your shoulder. The pick ups are only lacking if you have an ear for Duncans. The D2 does not have coil spliters which shouldn't be a problem unless you like that sort of the thing. I do, and about $25-$50 will fix that.I dropped a set of EMG's (81 and 85) in one of mine and just put coil splitters in the the other. This guitar is a metal monster but has a warm and full sound great for jazz and blues. However, I don't suggest putting emgs in this guitar unless you are driving for metal, the clean tone gets muddy and the highs ring through and leave the trebs behind. Hit a distortion pedal and this thing screams. I sold my PRS custom 22 to by the second D2. I LOVE THEM!!!
this guitar is absolutely killer....i got it in a week ago, in the solid black finish.... first off the pickups are good.... very good actually, but by the end of the first day i installed a seymour duncan hot rodded set (JB, Jazz) and now it is absolutely the god of metal guitars. the only difference between this and the actual dominion is this has no coil splitting. but i dont use coil splitting anyways, so i like mine better. the neck is comfortable and very fast (duh its a jackson), even the stock pickups screamed, but now the pickups really really scream, each pickup has its own tone and volume which is killer, and the body is really weird shaped but classic at the same time so you get the best of both worlds, the look of weird, but the feel of classic. im a guitar collector, and i have 15 electric guitars, well now 16, and this is the best. keep in mind i have a gibson sg, an epiphone les paul, an ibanez jem, an ibanez ax, a dean ml, an esp v, a self-built randy rhoads offset v, an esp horizon, a cheapo flying v, even a 200 dollar jackson dinky with custom pickups, and a whole bunch of cheap dean, squire, epiphone, and ibanez guitars. so yeah....but it, it never goes outta tune, is comfortable, looks cool, and sounds great. what more do you want?
I got the black finish one so that I could replace all the chrome with gold and have the black beauty look. Guitar plays and sounds great for the price. The pickups are based off of the 59's there just made in china or something instead of the USA seymour factory to keep prices down on mid to low end guitars. The only thing I don't like about the guitar is it didn't have coil tap switchs like its big brother but for $30 you can pick up 2 coil tap switches and do it your self so not the biggest deal.
I got the trans black finish. Which under normal light is very understated. It probably looks more dramatic under stage lights. When the guitar arrived I gave it a though examination and found it to be flawless! I tuned it up and it played beautifully! It has a very, very low action and needed no adjustments at all. Plugged in the guitar sounds rich and full. I've been playing for 25 years and if I had found this guitar in a shop I would have bought it on the spot.