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vând Chitara electrica Jackson DK2M PRO Dinky Black made in Japan Seymour Duncan

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Pret: 1950 RON
Localitate: Arad
Contact: 0724009519
Link producator: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_DK2M
Stare: Uzura normala
Accept schimburi: Nu accept schimburi

Chitara electrica Jackson DK2M PRO Dinky made in Japan Seymour Duncan
Doze Seymour Duncan originale :TB-4 /bridge , SH-1N /neck
Floyd Rose licensed Jackson Low Profile JT-580 LP Double Locking 2-Point Tremolo
Predare personala in Arad sau trimit in tara prin curier ( cu un toc mai vechi sau soft case gros + cutie de carton )
Actiune joasa, suna bestial, nu se dezacordeaza
Totul functioneaza 10 / 10.
Tocul din fotografii nu este inclus in pret.

The Jackson DK2M is a superstrat variant of the Dinky line of electric guitars made by Jackson Guitars, specifically the Pro Series. Introduced in January 2006, at one point it became Jackson's top import seller manufactured in Japan using bolt-on neck construction in a scale length of 25.5”.
The DK2M uses an alder body in the classic Soloist/Dinky shape with a bevel in the bottom horn cutaway (for non-veneer finishes), while no pickguard is used as the controls are rear mounted. The back of the body in the neck pocket area is mildly scalloped for easier access to the higher frets.
Pickup configuration consists of two genuine Seymour Duncan humbuckers: a TB-4 at the bridge, and an SH-1N at the neck. The pickups are connected to rear-mounted controls consisting of a shared volume dome knob and a tone dome knob, with a 3-Position blade selector switch below the knobs, 2013 models are equipped with 5 position switch, which enables coil splitting configurations in positions 2 and 4. (Pos. 1 Bridge H, Pos. 2 S/S, Pos. 3 H/H, Pos. 4 Neck S and Pos. 5 Neck H). A 1/4" mono audio cable jack is bottom mounted on the body, which is secured with a black plastic football plate.
The double locking bridge is a Floyd Rose licensed Jackson Low Profile JT-580 LP Double Locking 2-Point Tremolo, mounted in a routed recess.

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