Jackson SDK1 Dinky Super Dinky
Jackson SDK1 Dinky Super Dinky

SDK1 Dinky Super Dinky, ST モデル from Jackson in the USA series.

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Hatsubai 10/15/2011

Jackson SDK1 Dinky Super Dinky : Hatsubai のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

"22 fret HSH Dinky"

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This is one of the old school throw back kind of guitars that Jackson came out with. It was a great guitar, but it didn't seem to succeed for whatever reason. It's kind of like a modern take on an old school Fender at times. The guitar features a poplar body, a maple bolt-on neck with a rosewood fretboard, standard dot inlays, 22 frets, a floyd rose bridge, HSH configuration, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.


The guitar itself was put together quite nicely. However, there was a slight neck joint gap going on in this guitar. It wasn't a big deal, but it was worth noting. Jackson can be kinda iffy at times with their neck joints, so it's something to check on your guitar. The biggest issue that would occur would be string misalignment. A good bump could cause the high e to fall off the neck, so you have to make sure the neck screws are tight. The guitar itself had a good weight, so no issues there. The frets were in good condition despite its age, so I wonder how much it was played when the previous owner had it. The bridge was swapped for an original floyd rose, and that's a mod I recommend everyone do. However, he kept the old studs. If you're going to do the swap, be sure to replace everything. Don't just stop at the actual bridge swap. Remember, those studs transfer tone too.


The guitar had a JB in both the neck and bridge. You normally don't see two JBs in guitars, and it's an interesting combo. The JB in the bridge is great at doing nearly anything you can think of. It has enough output to do metal, but it also is dynamic enough to do some great blues and fusion tones by rolling down the volume and tone knobs a bit. It can get a bit bright at times, but that helps it really cut through the mix more than other pickups out there. The JB in the neck was a bit weird. It was high output, and it was also somewhat bright. I'm not a fan of bright sounding neck pickups, so it was kind of throwing me off a bit. It was fairly "direct" sounding, and it lead to a pretty neat tone once I got used to it. A quick EQing fixed any issues I was having with it.


The guitars are pretty solid, but be sure to check for some issues that might occur with them. I really wish that these came with original floyd rose bridges, and if you happen to get one, I recommend you doing the swap. It's really an awesome bridge that deserves to be in nearly any compatible route. The pickups, if stock, will probably need to be replaced, but that's not a big deal. Overall, a fairly cool guitar. Just be sure you like poplar wood.