USA KV2 King V is a high-class V guitar from Jackson. It is situated within the USA Select series, which deals only with the professional level instruments. Only top shelf wood and high quality hardware are allowed for the USA Select models. This King V is one of them. It comes with the classic V body made of alder. Only the wings are made of alder, for the center part is made of maple. This is due to the neck-through-body construction all USA Select models feature. Original Floyd Rose bridge is installed on top of the body and it is fronted by a pair of Seymour Duncan pickups. TB4 is in the bridge and SH4 in the neck position. Maple neck is topped with a 24-fret ebony fingerboard.
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Excelent quality, I don't know why people are so shamed by Fender taking over, I beleive they were purchased from AKAI, a Japanese company, and now are owned by Fender USA, an American company still utilizing most of the original employees anyway...go figure High quality for a production guitars, only outdone by ESP Japan was poorly setup, but having driven it from Vegas to cali, It would have been out of whack by the humidity differences/ altitude changes anyway. I had to file 2 of the outer edges of 2 of the frets because on a downward bend, the string would catch onto them, very poor fret finish work sure, Id use this guitar w/o backup, as long as the trem was blocked, break a string on the floyd , and you're screwed with only 1 guitar. Its definetley a Clydesdale of electric, I imagine you could take this baby to war and it'll come home sweeter than ever they're a bit overpriced at the custom paint level, face it, most of the custom jobbers are silkscreened anyway(flame/skulls), so why ream the little guy for another 4-500 bucks for that?!? sure,I guess I would buy another, but I wouldnt be lost without it either. Excelent quality, I don't know why people are so shamed by Fender taking over, I beleive they were purchased from AKAI, a Japanese company, and now are owned by Fender USA, an American company still utilizing most of the original employees anyway...go figure The only thing I really hate about it is the damn "jumbo" frets it came with are nowhere near jumbo like on my usa BC Rich, and ESP guitars, maybe they just did it to mine, but for THE assault rifle of guitars, these things are way sub-par
24 frets neck thru body floyd rose tremolo 1 volume 1 tone and a 3 way sharkfin inlay sh2 and tb4 seymour duncan humbuckers if you wanna spend money on a guitar you will never regret buy a neck-thru Jackson ... wether it be a RR1, RR5, RR24, KV2, KV5FR, KE3, KE5FR, WR3, SL1, SL2, SL3MG, SLSMG,or any other neckthru you will probably cherish it as i have with my 6 Jacksons Better quality than a $5-6000 Gibson imo
Jackson USA KV2 King V 4.53 out of 5 based on 136 ratings
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