The Jackson Pro Series Dinky DK2 Electric Guitar in Granite Crystal delivers premium features at an affordable price, adhering to Jackson's innovative body, neck and fingerboard designs, whilst incorporating the finest electronics. The Dinky DK2 is a shred machine that any guitarist would be proud to hit the studio or take to the stage with.
Deep double-cutaway Dinky body
The Pro Series DK2 is shaped to the Dinky body profile, which features two contoured deep double-cutaways that offer ready access to the upper frets. The softly bevelled top creates a comfortable resting position for the picking arm, whilst the contoured edges allows the guitar to sit sweetly against your body. Alder has been employed as the tonewood of choice, establishing a lightweight feel in the hands as well as a punchy midrange character.
Graphite reinforced maple neck
Jackson know a thing or two when it comes to crafting fast playing necks that are as solid as they come, and the Pro Series Dinky boasts one of their finest. Fitted to the body is a flat-sawn single-piece maple neck, which features graphite reinforcement rods to prevent unwanted buckling or warping and guarantee rock-solid sustain and stability. Jackson's innovative wrap-around three-bolt neck joint infuses superior strength, style, and playing feel to perfection.
Jackson compound-radius fingerboard
Jackson pioneered the compound radius fingerboard design, which their Pro Series models benefit from. The rounded profile at the nut flattens towards the heel to create a more natural playing position for the hand with regard to fretting chords and laying down lightning fast licks. Whether you're throwing in cheeky string bends, seamless legato or two-handed tapping across multiple strings simultaneously, the ebony fingerboard is more than happy to oblige you. Offset dot position inlays guide you along each of the 24 jumbo frets in style. The rolled fingerboard edges offer seamless transitions between each fret for unimpeded playing.
Seymour Duncan humbuckers
To produce tones worthy of the Pro Series Dinky DK2, Jackson have employed direct-mount Seymour Duncan humbuckers with a JB Zebra in the bridge position, and a '59 Zebra in the neck position. The JB offers a hot-rodded humbucker that sings whatever style of music you're performing from Blues to Thrash, whilst the '59 is a delightfully versatile P.A.F.-inspired humbucker with a sparkling attack and sweet sustain.
Control over the pickups comes via the 5-way pickup selector switch, enabling access to each humbucker independently, inner single coils, both humbuckers simultaneously, and the outer neck single-coil. As well as that, there are master volume and master tone pots for subtle attenuation over your tone.
Floyd Rose mastery
The body is equipped with a Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 double-locking tremolo, which affords precise vibrato control with anything from slight adjustment to deep dives and soaring wailing. At the top of the neck is the Floyd Rose R3 locking nut, which ensured that once you've tuned up using the Jackson sealed die-cast tuning machines you can work out the bridge to your heart's content. As ever, the Jackson pointed 6-in-line headstock proudly bears the instantly recognisable Jackson logo.
Manufacturer Jackson Model Pro Series Dinky DK2 Electric Guitar Body Material Alder Neck Material 1-Piece Maple with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint Fingerboard Material Ebony Pickup Configuration HH Bridge Locking Tremolo No. of Frets/Fret Profile 24/Jumbo Position Inlays Black Dot Nut Floyd Rose R3 Locking Bridge/Tailpiece Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 Double-Locking Tremolo (Recessed) Active/Passive Passive Tuners Jackson Sealed Die-Cast Pickups Neck: Direct Mount Seymour Duncan Zebra JB TB4 Humbucking Bridge: Direct Mount Seymour Duncan '59 Zebra Humbucking Controls Master Volume Master Tone Pickup Switching 5-Position Blade:
Position 1. Full Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Two Inside Single Coils
Position 3. Both Full Humbucking Pickups
Position 4. Outer Neck Single Coil
Position 5. Full Neck Pickup
Finish Granite Crystal
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