Jackson Pro Phil Demmel Demmelition Electric Guitar

Demolish the tone game with this Jackson Demmelition! EMG 60 and 81 active humbuckers perfectly translate your most brutal, high-gain riffs.

What's special about this item?

Feature: What it does:
Mahogany body Rich, warm, focused sound; added sustain
Maple neck Bright tone, full sustain and strength
EMG 60 and EMG 81 pickup complement Active humbuckers for warm & hot response
Floyd Rose Special tremolo Smooth and stable whammy work

For more than 15 years, lead guitarist Phil Demmel contributed his hard-hitting, lightning-fast licks to thrash-and-groove metal outfit Machine Head. The Jackson Pro Phil Demmel Demmelition — an affordable no-holds-barred metal axe that can hang with everything Demmel throws its way.

The Pro Fury PDT is loaded with distinguished features including a mahogany offset body, one-piece through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement and scarf joint, and a 12"-16" compound radius bound laurel fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid piranha tooth inlays.

Looking for soul crushing sound? EMG 81 and 60 humbucking pickups provide a detailed intensity of thick mids and big lows with soaring high ends. The 81 bridge pick up cuts through the densest leads, while the 60 neck pickup provides your heaviest playing with harmonic clarity.

This axe also features dual volume knobs, three-way toggle switch, Floyd Rose Special tremolo, Dunlop dual-locking strap buttons and Jackson pointed 6-in-line headstock.
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- Series: Pro Series
- Body Material: Mahogany
- Body Finish: Gloss
- Neck: 1-Piece Maple
- Neck Finish: Gloss
- Fingerboard: Laurel, 12"-16" Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm)
- Frets: 24, Jumbo
- Nut (Material/Width): Black Plastic, 1.6875" (42.86 mm)
- Position Inlays: Piranha Tooth (Small Sharkfin)
- Tuning Machines: Jackson Sealed Die-Cast
- Scale Length: 25.5" (648 mm)
- Bridge: Floyd Rose® Special double-locking tremolo bridge system
- Pickguard: Black
- Bridge Pickup: EMG 81
- Neck Pickup: EMG 60
- Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
- Controls: Volume 1. (Bridge Pickup), Volume 2. (Neck Pickup)
- Control Knobs: Dome-Style
- Hardware Finish: Black
- Strings: Nickel Plated Steel, .009-.042 Gauges
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Fury Snow White
Shipping Weight: 15.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 50 x 21 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2916002576
Red Tide Fade
Shipping Weight: 16.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 50 x 21 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2916063533
Blemished, Red Tide Fade, USED
Shipping Weight: 16.75 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 50 x 21 x 5 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2916063533

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Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (3 ratings)
Submitted June 28, 2022 by Mikki Kennedy-LeFae in Colorado Springs, CO
"Metal Madness"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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I have had the Fury, a couple months or so, give or take a bit. This is a solid, well-built guitar. I have a thing for white guitars, to begin with, so this was a no-brainer for me. Additionally, I like an explorer shaped guitar.I am no stranger to EMG Active Pickups, so the 81 and 60 are or were not strangers. In terms of which would be better in the neck, for some it would be a toss-up, a 60 or an 85. I like both, actually, but in this instance, the 60 has proven itself to be a solid asset, for our music. That being, Celtic Metal.The fit and finish right out of the box was superb, just a little tuning, and minor tweaks. Playability is superb and given its neck-through body constructed, you can feel the solidness and stability throughout. Add to this string-through body, and you've immense sustain for days. It is a metal guitar, that's a given. In my humble opinion, it is far better looking than an Explorer.The neck's fretboard is solid, the frets are well dressed, so no tweaking there. Tuning stability is rock solid, compared to some of the guitars I've owned. Controls are well laid out, comfortable. EMG pickups are pretty constant in sound and tone, across the board, with guitars. You may find a minor difference between tone woods, but not enough to warrant concern. It depends on your flavor of music, as well as being subjective.I have played a couple shows with it, thus far, to which it has stood up to everything I've given it. I play aggressively and hard... the Fury handled read more it with ease and asked for more. The Explorer shape can be or seem, to some, a bit much. However, it is well balanced and comfortable whether standing or sitting, when playing.Given the quality of the Fury, it is more than well worth its price. Jackson has another winner.

Sound
The sound quality is phenomenal, but then, we're talking about EMGs in a neck-through mahogany body. The sound I am able to produce is ideal for our music. Sustain for days due to the neck-through and string-through body construction, which is tantamount. Depending on what your music is and the sound you're trying to achieve, one might experiment with rolling amp volume down and pedal volume up, or vise-versa, The EMGs scream to begin with, anyway.

Features
The Fury is all but a perfect combination of tone wood, pickups and with the string-through body bridge combination. Locking tuners would be a nice touch, but that is something one can always change.

Ease of Use
Getting a decent sound is simple and easy. You simply dial in your pedals, (if you use them), dial in your amp, (across the channels if you have multiple channels, as do I with a Marshall JVM410), tune the guitar and let it rip.

Quality
The Fury is solid, rock solid. Workmanship is superlative. As I mentioned above, locking tuners would be a nice touch. However, not having to polish frets, dress the ends of the frets, is such a nice thing. I see years upon years of trouble-free playing.

Value
This guitar is more than well-worth its price, in my opinion. There are other products out there, similar to this guitar, with less quality, priced comparably, that would not hold a candle to the Fury, (in my humble opinion).

Manufacturer Support
As of yet, there has been no need to interact with Jackson Support.

The Wow Factor
I have had numerous compliments on the guitar. But, a white guitar makes its own statement, without much effort, especially when it has black or gold hardware. You will stand out, on stage.

Musical Background:
I've played about 50 years, as a session musician and in bands, primarily Rock, Hard Rock, Celtic Rock and Celtic Metal.

Musical Style:
I primarily play Celtic Metal; however, I do play some acoustic material. We're an all-original material Band.
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