Pro DK2 models introduced at the NAMM show this year feature passive electronics and hardtail bridges. This is a bit at the odds with current trends of additional strings, active pickups and angular design. These Dinkies have it other way around. Classic double-cutaway bodies are nicely rounded, electronics are passive and they feature six strings all. Pro DK2MQHT is no exception and does not stand out from the pack. It has an alder body with quilt maple top. It`s flat on top, but contoured in the back. Pro DK2 models are looking back to the 1980s when shred movement was the new thing on the scene and glam metal was on it`s top. Seymour Duncan pickups provide that vintage tone. JB is in the bridge, while the '59 is in the neck. Zebra design of the coils is just a bonus touch. Jackson keeps it simple in the controls unit with master volume, master tone and a five-position blade switch. Neck is traditionally bolted to the body and made of maple. It is topped with a 24-fret fingerboard made of rosewood. Standard 24 jumbo frets are featured on it. Tuning machines on the headstock are made by Jackson.
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