• Near Mint Vintage Arch Top Jackson DKMG Dinky EMG "Flame Shredder" Guitar Made in Japan


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    Available is this hard to find, discontinued, 1997 (serial# 9799325) Jackson DKMG Dinky Electric Guitar with reverse headstock.  It has a sleek, sculpted alder body with a carved top and flamed maple veneer for classic Jackson Dinky style. An EMG-81 humbucker on the bridge and EMG-85 humbucker pickup at the neck crank out crunchy rhythms and soaring leads. It also has a bolt-on rock maple neck with a bound, compound-radius rosewood fretboard; MOTO piranha fingerboard inlays; and a licensed floyd rose locking bridge and locking nut.

    Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!

    Carved alder body
    Flamed maple veneer
    Rock maple bolt-on neck
    Scarf joint reverse headstock
    Compound-radius, bound rosewood fretboard
    24 jumbo frets
    MOTO piranha fretboard inlays
    EMG-81 bridge humbucker
    EMG-85 neck humbucker
    Licensed Floyd Rose adjustable bridge and locking nut
    Master volume, master tone, 3-way toggle switch

    It comes with a luxurious leather strap, strap locks and a hard case

    History: (wikipedia)

    The MG series features three Dinkys. The DKMG features an arch top Alder body. Flame Maple veneer tops on translucent colors are available on later models, and maple bolt-on neck with a reverse headstock. The 24-fret fingerboard is made from rosewood with Jackson's trademark Mother-Of-Pearl "Piranha Tooth" inlays and also features a bound neck. The earlier DKMG has two passive EMG-HZ humbuckers with an active boost control. The newer models consist of active EMGs 81 and 85. The DKMG model is now discontinued.

    Jackson imports started in 1990 after the success of Charvel iimport series (1986 - 1991), which came out of the merger of Jackson and IMC.  In 1992, Jackson started the importation of bolt-on Professional series Made in Japan guitars and in 1996, the serial number scheme changed from 6 digits to 7, starting at 9600000.