Jackson DK2 Dinky (Before 2006)
Jackson DK2 Dinky (Before 2006)

DK2 Dinky (Before 2006), STC-Shaped Guitar from Jackson in the Pro series.

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iamqman 10/05/2011

Jackson DK2 Dinky (Before 2006) : iamqman's user review

« No I won't Dinky »

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I love what Jackson guitars has done with their instruments because they make such great feeling and sounding instruments for the hard rock or an metal player. This guitar is the basic style body which is basically a modern style Fender Stratocaster guitar. It's a cool guitar if you like hard rock and metal because it generates a great tone for someone he's playing a sound that needs that high again heavy saturated ripping tone. This guitar has a nice look and neck with its cool pointed headstock.


Jackson DK2 Dinky Electric Guitar Features:

* Alder body with flamed maple top (transparent finishes only)
Made in the Japanese factory that has been making imported Jacksons for 20 years
Rock maple bolt-on neck
Bound rosewood compound-radius fingerboard
Seymour Duncan pickups: STK-1 single-coil (mid and neck), JB TB4 humbucker (bridge)
24 Jumbo frets
25-1/2" scale
1-11/16" nut
Matching headstock with pinstripe
Jackson-licensed Floyd Rose low-profile double locking trem
Sharkfin inlays
Ivoroid binding
Black hardware
Sealed die-cast tuners
Floyd Rose Licensed Jackson Low Profile JT580 LP double-locking 2-Point Tremolo
Includes Deluxe Jackson Molded Case by SKB


This guitar features a Floyd Rose bridge which is essential for a metal or hard rock player. Yes three pick ups to choose from in this guitar the first to say humbucker pickup in the bridge position and you have a single coil in the middle position and then another single coil in the neck position. This will generate out lot of versatility in the tones that you can achieve. It has a shark fin pearl in lay in the frets and it has a swirl paint job which in my opinion looks kind of stupid.

This is a ripper's guitar and a shredders guitar for sure. It has a nice day neck and a very well-balanced fretboard that allows you to solo very easily. That is one of the good things that this guitar has his ability to feel comfortable going up and down the neck. The frets are very easy to reach as you can imagine most of these guitars to be.


These guitars are pretty easily to be found in the classifieds and new. You can find them for just a few hundred dollars which is a pretty good price for nine shredding rippers guitar. I recommend this to anyone is looking for a cool guitar that has a lot of versatility and a lot of tone on tap. It's a cool guitar for anyone who plays hard rock or metal and this is guitar and half at a decent price.