Jackson DX10D Dinky

Jackson DX10D Dinky

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DX10D Dinky , STC-Shaped Guitar from Jackson in the X series.

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  • Manufacturer: Jackson
  • Model: DX10D Dinky
  • Series: X
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/01/2008

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Jackson DX10D Dinky user reviews

Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Hatsubai's review"Sightly upgraded DX1 model"

Jackson DX10D Dinky
This model is upgraded from the DX1, but it's still marketed towards beginners more than anything else, it seems. It's not nearly on par with some of the other guitars that Jackson makes, but considering the price, there's no way it could be. The guitar features an alder body with a maple veneer, a maple neck with a rosewood fretboard, 24 frets with reverse sharkfin inlays, a licensed floyd rose bridge, two humbuckers, one volume, one tone and a three way switch.


The flame top on this is actually a veneer. For those who don't know what a veneer is, it's a very thin piece of wood. Most higher quality flame tops are actual thick slabs of maple that contribute to the overall tone of the guitar. This one is solely for looks, and it doesn't contribute to tone in any way what so ever. It looks average, too. The bridge on this is a licensed floyd, and it's not that great. The metal isn't as nice as on some of the higher quality floyds out there, and it doesn't flutter as nicely. To make matters worse, the bar on this didn't fully fit properly inside the collar, so fluttering sounded really bad. The fretwork is pretty average considering the price, but once you compare it to some higher quality guitars, you'll realize that it's pretty subpar.


The pickups in this are Duncan Designed pickups, and they sound pretty bad. The bridge pickup is meant to be a copy of the JB or Distortion...or something. However, it's very flubby sounding overall, and it has some very harsh treble that doesn't seem to fully jive with the alder body. It's like what the JB would be if it were bad. It doesn't respond nicely to the tone knob, but i don't really use the tone knob that much, so no biggie there. The neck pickup always had some harsh treble going on, and I couldn't dial that out. On top of that, the low end was very loose once you started to add some high gain. These are pretty bottom of the barrel pcikups that have a very limited place in the market. If you can afford it, upgrade the pickups to something better.


The guitar needs to have a few upgrades before it can really be playable. Replace the floyd with a higher quality one, replace the pickups with better sounding ones and then get the frets leveled. Once you do that, if the body wood itself sounds good, you should be left with a good player at fairly minimal costs. However, I'd just buy a used higher end Japanese model and not have to worry about most of those issues. They're a bit better, I've found, and I think you'd agree if you tried them side by side.

Brocoly's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Jackson DX10D Dinky
Made in Japan
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple (screwed)
Fingerboard: Rosewood
24 Jumbo frets
2 Duncan Designed humbuckers (HB-103B HB-in handle and 103N in the bridge)
Floyd Rose licensed


The neck is fast, trs pleasant, fine, no complaints.
Access to acute is very easy.
Guitar trs balance, it does not look an inch, it is not trs heavy even after hours of play!
Clearly the sound is not so bad that even if a guitar is not for a. Now for the distortion is that it takes the full extent! The pickups have a very sound correct for copies! I have a very clear preference for the bridge pickups, which has many more fishing and besides I only use this one;)


It is quite to my use because I wanted a guitar to play metal, and it niquel for this style!


I use it for a little over one month and I'm really pleased, the report is excellent I qualitprix the advice!

DarKBeN's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Jackson DX10D Dinky
Japanese guitar
Alder body with "table" in Saddle flame
2 humbuckers Duncan Designed HB-103
Jackson JT580-floating tremolo licensed under Floyd Rose LP
Bolt in Saddle with a rosewood fingerboard and 24 jumbo frets
3-position switch, a volume knob and one tone
Handle Type rather thin, flat, comfortable trs


The handle is a vritable highway, enjoyable and comfortable, no worries
We shit into boxes Most recent internship, but used a password xD
The guitar is not heavy, really good and comfortable
Easily obtained with good sound this good ptits microphones, copies of the old Seymour Duncan, and they face the same dmmerdent DiMarzio (Submitted by the Air Zone) worthy of the name!
Otherwise I had some problem with the Floyd I d change ..


I play Ska, Rock and Metal. It suits me perfectly!
I play on an amp Hughes & Kettner Tour Reverb 100W and I moultes test time on a Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100 (powered lamps;))
The clear sound of the neck pickup lacks a little depth compared to the DiMarzio Air Zone although it comes close on the Hughes & Kettner transo, but it is excellent, warm and clear on the trs JCM;)
It is warm and fat plutt ct the neck pickup and aggressive of the bridge pickup in ct saturje can assure you that the sound dchire saturated, we get sound tr Mtal s)
In short, the clear sound is excellent and distortion we rgale! It's not drool, there's a potato, the sound is big and fat by staying right on the same fairly Mtal JCM, perfect!


It's going to do a little less than 2 years that I have this guitar.
Nothing wrong, I find it perfect for the price, may be from the head and I have taken the place prfer and not returned.
I had an Epiphone Stratocaster guitar as Premire, and you can feel the change rel I assure you ^ ^
I bought this guitar on the 320 site sales in Thomann Hot Deal, unfortunately it is no longer available due to out of stock bour a week!
The report qualitprix is ​​excellent but it is even when the rel original price! (500)
It is clear that I do it again this election, even if the shit that I had with me bored Floyd

Stfsatan's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" GOOD INVESTMENT!"

Jackson DX10D Dinky
mine comes from the USA, it has a floyd rose (almost, is a low-end)!
The handle is flatter than other guitars, which can be more acrobatic (shred, tapping, etc.) has everything going perfectly!
There are 24 frets that are very accessible, are the pickups humbucker seymour duncan "DESIGN" is important, these are low-end microphones in DUNCAN!
(I changed the boards for DIMARZIO), which do the trick, very well, it's a matter of taste!
setting a tone and volume!


The handle is very nice, a real highway, the boxes are slightly wider than on other guitars (normal, it is made for metal!)
The ergonomics of this guitar is very good, treble are easily accessible when the weight, it is a bit heavy in the long run but nothing serious!
its level, the original pickups are just fine, they stick perfectly to the style of this guitar, I repeat, they are indeed SEYMOUR DUNCAN, but low-end (DUNCAN DESIGN!) but has for money, it pete !!!!!!
Level connections, change the pickups is very easy, is the vital minimum, the must is to add a push-pull power splitter for the microphones


Yes, it has suited my style, punk and all kinds of rock!
The sound is typically metal distortion and good enough, but in his clear, we sound pretty cool!
I use a zoom multi effects g92tt, a Fender amp and a 1000 performer amps marshall jcm 900 4501.
I love all sonoritées that produced this guitar is fairly versatile, but is still made for a big sound!


It'll take a year and she accompanies me with the change of pickups, it becomes terrifying
I tried some other guitars, yamaha pacifica, De Armond guild, epiphone sg 310, epiphone lp 2, fender strtocaster!
I love her look, reverse the handle, color,
I like less the original pickups and it weighs!
for 450 euros, you have a guitar efficient, beautiful sounding and that is not a classic strat!
oh yes I would do this choice is nickel for me!

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