Jackson DK2M Dinky White Bengal Limited Edition
+
Jackson DK2M Dinky White Bengal Limited Edition

DK2M Dinky White Bengal Limited Edition, STC-Shaped Guitar from Jackson in the Pro series.

Price engine
Classified Ads
Forums
  • Increase or decrease font size
  • Print
legumann 04/10/2011

Jackson DK2M Dinky White Bengal Limited Edition : legumann's user review

«  Shredding machine / Smells Like 80 ' »
5

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Submit
  • Email
Value For Money : Poor
Made in JAPAN in the same workshops that Charvel JAPAN 85/95 years.
Floyd Rose Licensed Jackson Low Profile JT580.
Alder body
Bolt-on maple
Maple fingerboard
648mm pitch
Nut width 43mm
24 jumbo frets
Mechanical oil bath Jackson
Floyd Rose Licensed Jackson Low Profile JT580
Set of EMG 81/85 active pickups
Master tone controls and master volume, 3-position selector
Custom Graphics Finish White Bengal
Hardcase Jackson.



UTILIZATION

This guitar is cut out for speed, maple fingerboard reveals slamming sounds slightly dry.
The guitar is very well balanced, without access to acute difficulties.
Refer to the description of DK2M standard for ergonomics.
Attention to the custom paint shop that seems rather fragile.

SOUNDS

No doubt, this guitar is made for metal / hard rock music of that register.
The EMG 81/85 set is present on DK2M on this custom shop model.
Sound question, much less compromise than the usual set SEYMOUR DUNCAN, therefore, we forget the sound clear.
Some say that the EMG 85 can happen ... good saturation ...
on the other hand, level response distortion, saturation, compression and other is THE sound.
Very Large output level.
I play on a 6260 EA tube, connected to a 4 * 12 'and rack Korg 3000G.
One can also easily return to its "LYNCH" 80 ', and explore without the deductions rhythmic death / metal etc. ...
Vibrato is a very good job and keep easily the agreement.

OVERALL OPINION

Guitar exclusively and without compromise, so we forget the "Forbidden Games" and the scout songs like "Raphael" is for metal, and nothing else!
A replica of the famous guitars of George Lynch, who to my taste is very lookée 80 '.
Some say that the price is high, but at this level of quality / look and equipment, delivered in hard case I can find nothing wrong.
Only see the price of the set EMG.
On another note, the made in JAPAN is for me a guarantee of quality / finish unparalleled.
Having had some U.S. models, I can now say that the models are much better JAPAN finished that large U.S. sister (to think)

Moreover, it is a limited series which is already sold out in quite a reseller, so this model could well become a collector.

Images linked to this review

photo