Jackson Dinky DK1 (->2002)
Jackson Dinky DK1 (->2002)

Dinky DK1 (->2002), ST モデル from Jackson in the USA Select series.

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iamqman 11/23/2011

Jackson Dinky DK1 (->2002) : iamqman のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

"Dinky this!!!"

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Jackson make some fine instruments and their US production line is no exception. This is a very good built guitar that has a fantastic Sfeel and almost perfect balance. It is very cool pointed headstock which is standard with pretty much all Jackson guitars. You also get the shark fin pearl inlays within the frets. Another great feature in this guitar is the two EMG pickups that are installed. This is the usual 81 and 85 combo they you would see many guitars. This guitar features a Floyd Rose tremolo system which just goes in line with the hard rock and metal feeling of this instrument.


Body: Alder with Flame Maple Top on Transparent Colors

Neck: Bolt-On Quartersawn Maple

Neck Dimensions: 3rd Fret: .750 in., 12th Fret: .810 in.

Tuning Machines: Die-Cast Tuners

Fingerboard: Ebony

No. of Frets: 24 Jumbo Frets

Bridge Pickup: EMG 81

Neck pickup: EMG 85

Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone

Bridge: Floyd Rose Original Double Locking 2-Point Tremolo

Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle:
Position 1. Bridge Pickup
Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups
Position 3. Neck Pickup

Hardware: Black (Chrome on Transparent Colors)

Strings: NPS, XL, (.009 to .042)

Case: Includes Deluxe Molded Case

Scale Length: 25.5 in.

Width at Nut: 1-11/16 in.


This guitar features alder wood with a quartersawn maple neck. This gives it a very percussive and mid range focused tone. This guitar cuts very well through the band mix because of the tone woods that are in combination on this instrument. It has a very thick humbucker pickups which allows this guitar to resonate very well and had a great stick distortions when you are using it in combination with a high gain amplifier. Whatever amplifier you are using with this guitar is going to sound fantastic. Generally Jackson necks are pretty comfortable playing on and they're very similar to the feel of an Ibanez neck.


You can find these guitars new for right around $2000. They are great guitars for gigging and recording and if you're playing in a band than this is a great instrument to be your main go to guitar. I recommend these guitars for anyone who likes a good comfortable neck and is interested in the aggressive metal type guitar.