JACKSON DK2MHT DINKY PRO This guitar is a rock and roll machine. There is a reason Jackson included Pro in the model name, this guitar has professional components throughout, from the Seymour Duncan JB (bridge) and '59 (neck) pickups all the way to the locking tuners and strap pins. Here is what Jackson says about the DK2MHT Dinky Pro: The Pro Series DK2MHT Dinky features an alder body, bound bolt-on neck (flat-sawn) with graphite reinforcement, compound-radius maple fingerboard (12"-16") with 24 jumbo frets, direct-mount Seymour Duncan JB (bridge) and '59 (neck) humbucking pickups with five-way switching, single volume and tone controls, stylish headstock binding, direct-mount Jackson HT-6 hard-tail string-through bridge, locking Jackson tuners and Dunlop locking strap pins. What was refurbished on this guitar?There were no issues found on this guitar, all that was done is a set up. **The pictures are of the actual guitar that you will receive** Here is how much cash you will save!
Manufacturer List Price $1,088.42
"Street Price" $799.99
My Price $569.00Save $230.00 Features
BodyBody: AlderBody Shape: DinkyBody Finish: Gloss Polyester
NeckNumber of Frets: 24Fret Size: JumboPosition Inlays: DotFretboard Radius: 12" to 16" Compound Radius (304.8mm to 406.4mm)Headstock Binding: 1-Ply WhiteFretboard: MapleNeck Material: 1-Piece Bolt-On Maple Speed Neck with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf JointNeck Finish: Hand-Rubbed OilNut Width: 1.6875" (42.8mm)Scale Length: 25.5" (648mm)Headstock: Jackson Pointed 6-In-LineNeck Binding: 1-Ply White
ElectronicsPickup Configuration: H/HBridge Pickup: Direct Mount Seymour Duncan JB Zebra HumbuckingNeck Pickup: Direct Mount Seymour Duncan '59 Zebra HumbuckingPickup Switching: 5-Way Blade: Position 1: Bridge HB, Position 2: Bridge inside coil, Position 3: Both HB, Position 4: Neck outside coil, Position 5: Neck HBControls: Master Volume, Master Tone
HardwareHardware: Black NickelBridge: Jackson HT6 6-String Hardtail with Strings-Through-BodyTuning Machines: Jackson Die-Cast Locking
FAQ, frequently asked questions
Why are instruments sent to a refurbisher? The instrument could be a discontinued model, have a finish imperfection, or need a minor repair.Who refurbishes your instruments? All of my instruments come from the largest and best refurbisher in the country, where any issue found is corrected by a factory trained and authorized luthier.Does a refurbished instrument have the manufacturer warranty? No, any instrument sent to a refurbisher, regardless of the reason it was sent there, no longer carries the manufacturer warranty.Will I need to set up my instrument when I receive it? All of my instruments have been set-up before shipping, so most are ready to play out of the box. However some instruments may need a minor adjustment after shipping due to changes in temperature, humidity, and getting bumped around during shipping.What identifies an instrument as being refurbished? All refurbished instruments have a small used stamp on the back of the head stock and are issued a new serial number. This is to prevent an unethical dealer from concealing the fact that the instrument was sent to a refurbisher.FOR A LOT MORE INFORMATION WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW! Save cash on accessories too!
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