DR2 Reverse is one of nine models from the Dinky series. It comes with a basic set of features and appointments, ranking among the entry models of the series. It comes with a solid, double-cut body with bolt-on neck. This type of construction was first popularized by Fender in the 1950s and then brought back in the 1980s with the first wave of shred invasion. Today, bolt-on joints are reserved for affordable guitars, as they are considered inferior to set in and neck-through options. Body of this model is made of poplar. Bridge section is equipped with a licensed Floyd Rose tremolo bridge. Seymour Duncan humbuckers sit in the front, in both the bridge and neck positions. Maple neck is topped with a 24-fret rosewood fingerboard.
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