JS32RT Dinky is a double-cut guitar with solid body and bolted neck. It belongs to the JS32 tier and it is considered an affordable guitar by Jackson standards. This one comes with a solid, flat-top body made of alder base and flamed maple top. Some of the color options feature bodies made only of alder. Black, Snow White and Gunmetal Grey are made only of alder, while Transparent Black and and Tobacco Burst have flame maple top. Bridge section on this JS32 six-stringer is made up of a tune-o-matic bridge with string-through-body construction. Jackson CVR2 humbuckers are installed in the front in H/H configuration. Neck is made of maple and it features C contour in the back. 24-fret fingerboard with sharktooth inlays is made of rosewood.
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I picked up a new Jackson JS32RT in Transparent Black from an individual recently. I was looking for an inexpensive travel guitar to carry to jam sessions rather than dragging around one of my more expensive axes. The playability of the guitar is quite good out of the box with a fairly decent factory setup. The fit and finish is above average for an import and the light weight make it easy on the shoulder. The reverse headstock takes some getting used to since the tuners work backwards. As a result, I find myself constantly turning them the wrong way, but other than that, it plays quite well. However, I would recommend a good professional setup if you are a serious player. The only real issue I had with this guitar was with the electronics. Everything worked properly, but the Jackson EMG clone pickups had a very "muddy" sound when playing chords. They were not too bad on solos, but their definition was very poor otherwise. This may not be an issue if all you play is really headbanging metal, but they do not cut it for anything else. Fortunately, I had a pair of vintage, regular spaced DiMarzio DP100s lying around, so a quick pickup change and a new .018uf Vitamin-Q tone cap had it singing in no time. Overall, I would recommend this Jackson as a good inexpensive guitar for a beginner or intermediate player. It is also a good option as a backup guitar for a pro.
Jackson JS32RT Dinky 3.63 out of 5 based on 10 ratings
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