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STC-Shaped Guitar from Jackson belonging to the MG series.

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  • jackson67jackson67

    mixed

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 10/19/14 at 11:40
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    It is this more ...

    UTILIZATION

    Hyper Channel pleasant, maybe a bit wider than average I think (height) key but very thin, fast, sliding! And above all a very nice finish.

    SOUNDS

    EMG HZ embedded: / Very average, to urgently replace :)
    I installed a trestle and a EMG81 emg60 in the neck, it's more accurate result.
    The Emg60 is hot is proved to be quite versatile. While it lacks some slamming.
    As for EMG81 it needs no introduction ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 2002 I think it was one of my first big purchase.
    Nice finish, Micros rotten
    Setting very average factory. Value bad price. At that price you pay in Jackson that the brand I want to say :). …
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    It is this more ...

    UTILIZATION

    Hyper Channel pleasant, maybe a bit wider than average I think (height) key but very thin, fast, sliding! And above all a very nice finish.

    SOUNDS

    EMG HZ embedded: / Very average, to urgently replace :)
    I installed a trestle and a EMG81 emg60 in the neck, it's more accurate result.
    The Emg60 is hot is proved to be quite versatile. While it lacks some slamming.
    As for EMG81 it needs no introduction ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have since 2002 I think it was one of my first big purchase.
    Nice finish, Micros rotten
    Setting very average factory. Value bad price. At that price you pay in Jackson that the brand I want to say :). I will not repeat this purchase.
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  • MGR/Barry MMGR/Barry M

    Jackson DKMG

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 11/15/03 at 15:00
    I bought this guitar from Musician's Friend. I paid approximately $600 for this guitar.

    The guitar is a bolt on, made in Japan, maple fretboard, two EMG's, 20 dB boost and Floyd Rose tremelo. The guitar I have has a beautiful black forest finish. The EMG pickups sound good, the neck is fast for shredders, and it is very well made. I got the guitar and started playing without a setup. I did adjust the pickups very little but overall the guitar arrived in great shape and I have yet to get a setup for it. It is a guitar built to last for metal and hard rock players.

    The 20 dB boost is nothing to get stoked about. It really doesn't do much.

    Very well made even for metal players that abuse mo…
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    I bought this guitar from Musician's Friend. I paid approximately $600 for this guitar.

    The guitar is a bolt on, made in Japan, maple fretboard, two EMG's, 20 dB boost and Floyd Rose tremelo. The guitar I have has a beautiful black forest finish. The EMG pickups sound good, the neck is fast for shredders, and it is very well made. I got the guitar and started playing without a setup. I did adjust the pickups very little but overall the guitar arrived in great shape and I have yet to get a setup for it. It is a guitar built to last for metal and hard rock players.

    The 20 dB boost is nothing to get stoked about. It really doesn't do much.

    Very well made even for metal players that abuse more than other musicians.

    I am very happy with this guitar. I play mostly metal and I like to shred from time to time. This guitar is perfect for that especially if you don't have enough dough to spend on a domestic Jackson. I love the looks of the guitar and I love the sound of the stock pickups. What a bargain.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Great features for the price

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 11/10/11 at 09:01
    This is part of the higher quality overseas series that Jackson has been releasing. It has fairly high quality parts all around, especially for the price that you're getting this guitar at. This guitar has the following specs:

    Carved top alder body
    Maple neck with a bound rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets with shark tooth inlays
    EMG 81 and 85 pickups
    Licensed floyd rose bridge
    One volume, one tone
    Three way switch

    UTILIZATION

    I'll start off with the bad as it's pretty small. The licensed floyd on this isn't that great. I find that it sucks some tone. If you can, replace it with an original floyd rose. It'll be a nice improvement in terms of stability and tone. That …
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    This is part of the higher quality overseas series that Jackson has been releasing. It has fairly high quality parts all around, especially for the price that you're getting this guitar at. This guitar has the following specs:

    Carved top alder body
    Maple neck with a bound rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets with shark tooth inlays
    EMG 81 and 85 pickups
    Licensed floyd rose bridge
    One volume, one tone
    Three way switch

    UTILIZATION

    I'll start off with the bad as it's pretty small. The licensed floyd on this isn't that great. I find that it sucks some tone. If you can, replace it with an original floyd rose. It'll be a nice improvement in terms of stability and tone. That aside, the guitar is pretty much up there with a lot of other very nice guitars. The fret work on this is very nice, and I was able to get some low action without much of an issue. The ends were nice and properly rounded so I didn't have any issues cutting my hand when moving up and down the neck. Inlay work was also consistent.

    SOUNDS

    The EMGs in this really gave this guitar some life. The EMG 81 in the bridge is great for that high gain cutting tone. With the alder body, this thing cuts through the densest mix without any issues at all. It's a bit bland for midgain, and the cleans are sterile, but the high gain sounds are top notch. The EMG 85 in the neck is awesome. It's a super fat pickup that is very direct. You can get all kinds of crazy legato sounds with this thing, and it can get pretty smooth if you're looking for that tone. Cleans are decent, and so are mid gain tones. However, it's not the best for those who are wanting to play stuff like classic rock.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These guitars are very solid, and you can get them at a great price. Some have fretwork issues, but they're few and far between. The biggest issue with this guitar is the licensed floyd, but an original floyd rose should drop right in. If you can get one at a good price, jump on it. It might even become your main guitar.
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  • misterkangooroomisterkangooroo

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 11/03/03 at 15:53
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    Origin: Japan
    24 frets, 2 passive EMG pickups double
    jackson licensed floyd
    1 volume, 1 tone, 1 volume turbo charging (explained later)
    A 3-position selector (neck - mahce / bridge - bridge)
    Bolt

    8 / 10, we would like a tone control on each microphone and turbo charging in push / pull is not practical.

    UTILIZATION

    UACh rather thin and very pleasant
    access to acute is very easy (c dinky one after all)
    ergonomics, the guitar is very well balanced. in addition it is light.
    is rapidly obtained with a good neck pickup, bridge pickup is more difficult to tame leaves.
    This was due to close its hot but not boiling, c precise and clear.
    the guitar is very good accor…
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    Origin: Japan
    24 frets, 2 passive EMG pickups double
    jackson licensed floyd
    1 volume, 1 tone, 1 volume turbo charging (explained later)
    A 3-position selector (neck - mahce / bridge - bridge)
    Bolt

    8 / 10, we would like a tone control on each microphone and turbo charging in push / pull is not practical.

    UTILIZATION

    UACh rather thin and very pleasant
    access to acute is very easy (c dinky one after all)
    ergonomics, the guitar is very well balanced. in addition it is light.
    is rapidly obtained with a good neck pickup, bridge pickup is more difficult to tame leaves.
    This was due to close its hot but not boiling, c precise and clear.
    the guitar is very good accor if only one is left on a stand or in a box (the cover is not recommended because it was too good to be in guitar cover

    SOUNDS

    Forget the blues or jazz even if the neck pickup sounds warm and precise, this guitar is how to play rock & roll!

    I play with no effect except for the distortion and / or reverb in my classic 30. I have not tested with my Korg G3 or my delay. I test yet made the guitar, I still tame

    the equalization of the amp can get just about every possible sound with the neck pickup when it was the bridge pickup is selected it falls into the heavy metal rock see p

    I still have a hard time prehended the settings with the bridge pickup but I arrived it was the pepere it is sensitive.

    I turn finally to the (famous?) Turbo charging is a good scientist is a name to designate a boost from 0 to 20 dB signal (hence the volume button), it operates by pulling the button (not super convenient when you're surout press) and we just do the super solo death that kills the girls they all fall, while having an output exceeding nivo. at the end of the solo is neither seen nor known repouuse the button and hop back on the volume is volume button. pluott nice albeit a little gadget in the end.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar for a month and I'm very happy I had been present Juska a Squier Start home in 1991 (before it gets the shit what) and I'm bluffing, of course for the price (875 € in translucent version) could have hoped for an active equalization but hey it's still a great guitar all the same.

    This guitar was in competition with the ibanez qm2620SP, which although sounding very good, is less well finished (large holes for the microphones, which stain fabric to protect the coils of the micro-inch tin c Mighty Might they could make a effort ...) and surotut highest first € 100.

    if I were to redo this purchase I'll try to find an equivalent model of OCCAZ with active equalization good but mine is actually too good so I would have bought in the end, p (she ets trouge translucent maple table Flame).

    Conclusion: very good guitar passive though perhaps a bit dear, a € 750 it would have been perfect in my humble opinion, but 875 or so with a real floyd (finally jackson is fine, just c it's not a real ...)
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  • zemadtrasherzemadtrasher

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 02/24/04 at 11:54
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    The DKMG is Made in Japan, but the quality of finish is more than correct. Channel 24 frets, 2 EMG HZ humbuckers (passive), licensed Floyd Rose tremolo, 1 Volume, 1 Tone had a Turbo Boost.Une trs pretty color, a reverse head and icrustations mini shark teeth on handle: a ERRF my mouth! What standards of beauty that scratch!

    on the other hand, in Jackson they abuse a little, they could crack even when a tui, the scratches, beautiful as she is, she is naked book!

    UTILIZATION

    A correct grip (depending on which instrument was used to play), indniable comfort, correct weight, the long short we love, period.
    Only small HIC, vibrato, which does not come back still in place (some di…
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    The DKMG is Made in Japan, but the quality of finish is more than correct. Channel 24 frets, 2 EMG HZ humbuckers (passive), licensed Floyd Rose tremolo, 1 Volume, 1 Tone had a Turbo Boost.Une trs pretty color, a reverse head and icrustations mini shark teeth on handle: a ERRF my mouth! What standards of beauty that scratch!

    on the other hand, in Jackson they abuse a little, they could crack even when a tui, the scratches, beautiful as she is, she is naked book!

    UTILIZATION

    A correct grip (depending on which instrument was used to play), indniable comfort, correct weight, the long short we love, period.
    Only small HIC, vibrato, which does not come back still in place (some diximes prs): probably a matter of rglage.

    SOUNDS

    Sound! But his ... the two are not the double EMG to look pretty but they give a terrible power! The turbo boost Boosts REALLY clear but its a big derrire Disto it is more discreet or inaudible.
    In short it is a skyscraper plutt ax tend Metal Rock (Good thing I chose to a) even when. Even if clean sounds are warm, to make it not arpge IDAL.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been three weeks that I have and I am madly! The look great, sound killer, a marvel for the price (875).
    As standard it is sold in 42-09 but in 46-10 it EHJV much more!!
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  • fabulus fabfabulus fab

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 10/20/04 at 02:49
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    Quality manufacturing to correct a japanese is a guitar that has the geule! bomb with a body a little more work than Ibanez sizes in the crude. only problem is changing the pots as soon as possible, and the floyd which tends not to be just a few weeks of use. Brief for a guitar that has the geule, you either have to pay the price, or choose what type of guitar and customize the look a little bit.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, although as it should, a good luthier is in a rglage ncessaire (SFG guitar) is originally a guitar for the metal I think, with EMG HZ passive with a turbo boost. (Sound is taking the beginners, but quickly realized the lack of precision of its pickups) ther…
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    Quality manufacturing to correct a japanese is a guitar that has the geule! bomb with a body a little more work than Ibanez sizes in the crude. only problem is changing the pots as soon as possible, and the floyd which tends not to be just a few weeks of use. Brief for a guitar that has the geule, you either have to pay the price, or choose what type of guitar and customize the look a little bit.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable, although as it should, a good luthier is in a rglage ncessaire (SFG guitar) is originally a guitar for the metal I think, with EMG HZ passive with a turbo boost. (Sound is taking the beginners, but quickly realized the lack of precision of its pickups) therefore also personally I change the pickups (Di Marzio Air Norton and Steve special) this allows the guitar to be a little more versatile.

    SOUNDS

    Basically it's a guitar to sound in distortion, so do not expect a great quality in its calir, especially the humbucker makes a round, warm if you want but lacks clarity.
    Revenge in a distortion in going, it's not active but the microphone has good grip even when.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For two years I have is a guitar that I've almost any change to be able to make e most versatile guitar, good for 875 euros but do not expect an esp. in short it should be noted that price quality ratio is a choice worth sre pertinant trs. cio's Pomeranians.
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  • DebileDeadDebileDead

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 07/23/06 at 02:56
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    - Made in Japan
    - 24 frets, EMG Active: emg85 in handle and emg81 in vibrato.
    - Floyd Rose ® Licensed Jackson ® Low Profile JT580 LP Double Locking 2-Point Tremolo
    - Volume and tone pots 2, 3 micro switch positions so the middle handle vibrato.
    - Bolt-On Rock Maple with Scarf Joint Head Stock
    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>Customizing for my model: Cobalt Blue Swirl the varnish of his body made ​​me fall over backwards!</span>

    UTILIZATION

    - Handle very nice with easy access to acute, typical Jackson
    - Keys shred very intuitive mode: ON
    - Weight evenly distributed really comfortable and lightweight, ergonomic design: the work of wavy groove in the neck, …
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    - Made in Japan
    - 24 frets, EMG Active: emg85 in handle and emg81 in vibrato.
    - Floyd Rose ® Licensed Jackson ® Low Profile JT580 LP Double Locking 2-Point Tremolo
    - Volume and tone pots 2, 3 micro switch positions so the middle handle vibrato.
    - Bolt-On Rock Maple with Scarf Joint Head Stock
    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>Customizing for my model: Cobalt Blue Swirl the varnish of his body made ​​me fall over backwards!</span>

    UTILIZATION

    - Handle very nice with easy access to acute, typical Jackson
    - Keys shred very intuitive mode: ON
    - Weight evenly distributed really comfortable and lightweight, ergonomic design: the work of wavy groove in the neck, body bomber, easy access to all operations battery replacement, adjustment or floyd pots and tuning. (Radical change to my face BC.RICH Beast)
    - A true machine harmonics, due to good freight and especially the duo of EMG active pick up any sounds the most HARD

    SOUNDS

    - 85 EMG81 and Jackson are still on a mix for big sound, the walls are shaky!
    - I play on a 65W amp and a peavey Studiopro112 Preamp Behringer V-amp, but to really create a big sound it should be combined with a Marshall MG100.
    - On the EMG85 we get a heavy sound in the middle position sound more vintage, and the EMG81 was a modern sound (solo, harmonics etc.).
    - The setting of active pickups gives incredible feeling, it really captures the sounds heavier.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - I've had three days and I feel the shredder back to me.
    - It is typed exactly like the guitar that I wanted.
    - Before I try different strat models, sg, les paul, warlock / warrior ... often passive.
    - A good value for money for a guitar out early this year!
    - Mickey Donald Pluto!? uh I mean yes I take it back because it corresponds fully to my expectations.
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  • madcatmadcat

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 08/18/06 at 08:22
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    Made in Japan,
    Bolt-on Maple 24 frets, rosewood fingerboard, and a nice binding around the neck and head in imitation ivory. The back key is shaped teeth of Piran, trs pretty.
    The body is alder with a flame Saddle table for transparent colors, transparent black for mine.

    This has really scratched the mouth

    Config for the microphones, the MODEL 2006 is fitted with EMG 81 and 85, j&#39;tais a bit skeptical at beginners, but it sounds.

    Rglages standards, namely volume and Tone gnrale.

    Floyd licensed jackson, for now he seems fine.

    I put 9 because it is beautiful trs, trs finish is correct, but the origins rglages taient not tip top, so basically 8.5.

    UTILIZATION

    And…
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    Made in Japan,
    Bolt-on Maple 24 frets, rosewood fingerboard, and a nice binding around the neck and head in imitation ivory. The back key is shaped teeth of Piran, trs pretty.
    The body is alder with a flame Saddle table for transparent colors, transparent black for mine.

    This has really scratched the mouth

    Config for the microphones, the MODEL 2006 is fitted with EMG 81 and 85, j&#39;tais a bit skeptical at beginners, but it sounds.

    Rglages standards, namely volume and Tone gnrale.

    Floyd licensed jackson, for now he seems fine.

    I put 9 because it is beautiful trs, trs finish is correct, but the origins rglages taient not tip top, so basically 8.5.

    UTILIZATION

    And the sleeve, bah I think many of those who will read me will also Louch of the ct ltd mh400, so I can tell you that this is the main difrence these two guitars. Jackson is quite the handle end is not an ibanez but far from a big gibson. It is fast and natural finisher at trs enjoyable, it slides on its own even if you sweat, unlike a painted stick (bark!).

    As against it may be a bit more rounded at the bottom of the handle, but I chipotte.
    Accs easy to high notes, except for Most recent internship frets on the strings, because of the hoof.

    For usability, it&#39;s a superstrate bah, forum proves comfortable. Table bomb trs enjoyable, in a little quibble I to say that a muzzle on the way ibanez rg rear of the box comfort amliorerait standing, but would harm the aesthetics tick.
    Balance correct, whatever it looks a little towards the head, but nothing to do with a kelly.

    I forgot it was a scratch pluttlgre.

    Sound

    So this is what we INTERESTED MODEL compared to 2005: the sound!
    In the saturated we obtain a full potato, trs prcis to play full of fast riffs while as well audible. Good sound as big on the big agreements, but scratch, due to its neck and pickups is intended more as a lead guitarist rhythm. Personal scared of cot cold emg 81, I am super happy, it sounds like I ultimately wanted. I tested the guitar
    - At home, on my VS100, and the low volume should not be afraid to boost the bass and it sounds.
    - In the BPS always VS100, one feels that the scraper is rveille, when you push the volume, the compression of the amp is most felt it was more bass, and normally you lose in precision but the fact that his job emg81 mr => excellent.
    - Still with the BPS, but plugs into a VS100 cabinet mesa => Miami
    - And finally a head engl powerball and cabinet mesa. ca sends the really good, but it is not my head I have not tampered with the rglages a little less than in the Previous config.

    In his résumé for the saturated sends ca. Do not fear the lack of bass and warmth that low volume, it is when you go up the sound!
    Amp lamp or hybrid best, however.

    Its clear => the 81 is not too much for that, we pass on the 85, giving her a trs chalereu and a little round, personally I like it. Originally it silent enough prs strings and sounded louder than the 81, I rquilibrer moves away for all this and suddenly it sounds better, too round c&#39;tait otherwise.

    For those who want a little more than slamming the emg85 is not splittable, but coupled to 81 (position 2 of slecteur so) we would obtain almost the equivalent of a micro Splitt is returned to the shine.

    I give 9 for sound, I am satisfied for now trs.
    For those who squint on ltd, AIM had not the sound of this one, well that I have tried several times at some length. I found it more shrill, less deep (I know it is not logical when the ltd is mahogany, but hey ...)

    SOUNDS

    Obviously this guitar matches my style of music, his face we see immediately that it is made for mtal, and it&#39;s a jackson so hard to go wrong the above: D

    Like I said I play on a Marshall VS100, soon I would have a baffle engl 4x12 "standard. I just pass my PERIOD effects, so I use it for now.

    The sound the best that can be drawn from this are scratching sounds saturated rglages not too complicated, a lot of gain and digging in the legalization mdiums hop and sends ca.

    If I really have to give a sound that I dtest I would say the micro-air bridge

    9 still here

    OVERALL OPINION

    So this guitar is a 2006 MODEL forcment so I did not long ago: a good week. I think j&#39;diterais notice when I had time to know the bte, but it&#39;s all good.

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    The best: the look in gnral, binding, transparent color, this guitar really throws.
    The least: it costs them very little to jackson heel profiles for the junction body sleeve, and it would be a plus.

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    I pay 755 in thomman, I think it&#39;s the price. More CHRE store ok, but better then RULES.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    After one week?! I think so, it&#39;s been a while that I wanted, even before it is mounted in emg active. I thought it put Duncan origin.
    J&#39;diterais if I change my mind, but I think it&#39;s a good guitar, better than my ex ibanez 7 string in the same price range, and especially more complete.

    And another 9!
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  • HatsubaiHatsubai

    Great features for the price

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 08/14/11 at 19:28
    This is part of the higher quality overseas series that Jackson has been releasing. It has fairly high quality parts all around, especially for the price that you're getting this guitar at. This guitar has the following specs:

    Carved top alder body
    Maple neck with a bound rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets with shark tooth inlays
    EMG 81 and 85 pickups
    Licensed floyd rose bridge
    One volume, one tone
    Three way switch

    UTILIZATION

    I'll start off with the bad as it's pretty small. The licensed floyd on this isn't that great. I find that it sucks some tone. If you can, replace it with an original floyd rose. It'll be a nice improvement in terms of stability and tone. That …
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    This is part of the higher quality overseas series that Jackson has been releasing. It has fairly high quality parts all around, especially for the price that you're getting this guitar at. This guitar has the following specs:

    Carved top alder body
    Maple neck with a bound rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets with shark tooth inlays
    EMG 81 and 85 pickups
    Licensed floyd rose bridge
    One volume, one tone
    Three way switch

    UTILIZATION

    I'll start off with the bad as it's pretty small. The licensed floyd on this isn't that great. I find that it sucks some tone. If you can, replace it with an original floyd rose. It'll be a nice improvement in terms of stability and tone. That aside, the guitar is pretty much up there with a lot of other very nice guitars. The fret work on this is very nice, and I was able to get some low action without much of an issue. The ends were nice and properly rounded so I didn't have any issues cutting my hand when moving up and down the neck. Inlay work was also consistent.

    SOUNDS

    The EMGs in this really gave this guitar some life. The EMG 81 in the bridge is great for that high gain cutting tone. With the alder body, this thing cuts through the densest mix without any issues at all. It's a bit bland for midgain, and the cleans are sterile, but the high gain sounds are top notch. The EMG 85 in the neck is awesome. It's a super fat pickup that is very direct. You can get all kinds of crazy legato sounds with this thing, and it can get pretty smooth if you're looking for that tone. Cleans are decent, and so are mid gain tones. However, it's not the best for those who are wanting to play stuff like classic rock.

    OVERALL OPINION

    These guitars are very solid, and you can get them at a great price. Some have fretwork issues, but they're few and far between. The biggest issue with this guitar is the licensed floyd, but an original floyd rose should drop right in. If you can get one at a good price, jump on it. It might even become your main guitar.
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  • Tom StoneTom Stone

    Jackson DKMG DinkyPublished on 04/01/06 at 12:16
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    The Jackson DKMG ... this guitar begins to have some reputable!

    This is a guitar manufactured in Japan but be careful that does not mean lower quality, the finish of this guitar are also wonderful I have it in black and transparant trs beautiful over the table lime bomb is what adds beauty. The marker in the dets Piranah are more discreet than the teeth of shark classic Jackson giving a little sweetness of rosewood trs beautiful flame.

    It is team of 2 EMG-HZ passive H3 with a 3-position selector, one volume, one tone, and the turbocharger is actually boost the EMG-AB (Afterburner) food not as a 9V battery Jackson renamed.
    The pickups themselves have a good sound trs but seriously la…
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    The Jackson DKMG ... this guitar begins to have some reputable!

    This is a guitar manufactured in Japan but be careful that does not mean lower quality, the finish of this guitar are also wonderful I have it in black and transparant trs beautiful over the table lime bomb is what adds beauty. The marker in the dets Piranah are more discreet than the teeth of shark classic Jackson giving a little sweetness of rosewood trs beautiful flame.

    It is team of 2 EMG-HZ passive H3 with a 3-position selector, one volume, one tone, and the turbocharger is actually boost the EMG-AB (Afterburner) food not as a 9V battery Jackson renamed.
    The pickups themselves have a good sound trs but seriously lacking in saturation potato my taste and the boost is not to look pretty without it the lack of gain although Bourin and amps best frequencies. The boost properly compensates the weakness of these microphones, in fact by regulating the boost of 75% we get to have a good sound trs for solo and sustain a prsence (notably for everything harmonics) that the microphones are not alone. If you set the boost cr are the breath becomes too powerful and become ca Gnant when you do not jous. This boost is principalemnt is to add gain in the saturated which changes only little volume and it is not for the increases because it is clear Whereas the volume and adds an overdrive that is not made to be heard alone.
    In the light of these pickups are fine but can become much better with a little modification, these pickups are splitables but the wiring does not therefore changing lightweight mounting (push or pull megaswitch E) we can splits for clean sounds. They have so much more crystal-clear sound and slamming the round of his Humbecker ... Speaking of wiring by the same occasion also change the volume and tone knob grsille that after 3 months.
    So much for the microphones I have personally changed by EMG-81 and EMG-89 and the sound is divine in all cases.
    Vibrato is a Jackson Licensed Floyd Rose is pretty decent and want some good tuning for it is well maintained and rgl (must be strings and not follow parallel to the body of the bomb is guiatre and must be greased rgulierement). The springs are too stiff but my taste is personal.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is screwed when he trs comfortable is fine enough size. These 24 cases are trs accssibles because the shoe is fairly flat and the cut-sufficient over the Jumbo frets make playing a facilitating accordance bends solo tendency by many cons they wear quickly with massive use.

    This guitar is rather lightweight and supports trs well even with time held it does not like some other dsequilibre Jackson to less conventional forms, the reverse head gives him a small cot aggressive which is lovely.

    With the pickups I mount the sound is always good as well in clear that distortion.

    SOUNDS

    She should have done my whole style of music, it is versatile trs although more heavy oriental metal. But playing the country or pop not shock anyone with my opinion (although it is used in this guitar ...).

    With the original configuration the sound is rather round and a bit dull in his clear and full of bass and aggressive distortion (+ boost) while remaining prscis.

    But I do not know how to write it because all these little problems come from the microphones, not the guitar a trs good sustain and a dry level violin.

    I put 8 but not really take tale of EMG HZ-H3.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this guitar for AC output for 4-5 years or so I think I was able to see all the default and all the qualities I think.

    To get the best guitar I recommend doing a small change on micro, or to change them or make them splitable, to properly maintain the vibrato has a little tendency to dsacorder not care to pay attention to varnish trs is fragile, the slightest blow made a pte.

    The guitar I ssay a package and I just say no worries it's a good guitar.
    For that price sounds a good trs guitar be worth a buy even if he must make some changes.
    I would do without Sitat choice in hindsight!
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