Get superior quality at an affordable price thanks to this Jackson JS32 DKA Dinky's dual-locking Floyd Rose tremolo and graphite-reinforced maple neck.
Submitted November 13, 2019 by Chris D in Dyer, TN
"Hot Rod Guitar!"
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I love this guitar now. When I got her out of the box all I could do was go aw naw. It was bad. The setup was terrible, the three way switch was a two way, it sounded like a banjo! So, I changed the strings. I use regular Ernie Balls that are a little heavier which means I had to reposition and replace a couple spring so the tremolo would stay square of the body. This woke it up but it still didn't have the umph I had heard about. I opened the switch panel and repositioned the toggle switch and that fixed it. I love the guitar. The neck is awesome! I will be changing the bridge pickup at some point. The neck is fine for me. I would recommend this guitar to anyone. Just don't get excited if it isn't perfect out of the box at times. They travel a long way and get shaken up quiet a bit. This is a bad ass guitar that's affordable.
I've been playing as long as I can remember and I'm 49. I play guitar, bass, drums, fiddle, banjo, learning piano.
I can play bluegrass, country, Gospel, rock, hard rock, heavy metal, blues, southern rock, blues rock and a little jazz.
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