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Jackson Dinky MG DKMGT Trans Black Electric Guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-01-19)
Price : US $369



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** Brand New ** Jackson DKMGT MG Series Electric Guitar **
** EMG HZ Pickups/Strings-Thru-Body Bridge **
** Beautiful Transparent Black **
** Full Lifetime Warranty **

Featuring EMG pickups, the MG Series models were designed to be way ahead of the pack. With custom inlays, gain boost systems, voluptuous arch tops and baritone necks - the MG Series has a guitar for whatever tones or features you can dream up. The DKMGT’s EMG TurboCharger system boosts your gain a whopping 20db’s. Let the opening band eat your dust. Knock’em dead with a Jackson MG Series guitar.

The Jackson® Story – 20 Years Worth of Axes to Grind
Let’s face it; guitarists don’t pick up Jackson® guitars to strum. They select the custom-finished, nitrous-powered axes to grind. So, how did a Southern Californian luthier create the  six-stringed tools that would become the “Unholy Grails” of electric guitars? It all started in Azusa, California in the early seventies, when Wayne Charvel started building the absolute best aftermarket guitar parts available.

Charvel began hot rodding production guitars by replacing their stock hardware with heavier duty components. These “souped up” models were sonically superior to their stock counterparts and their necks were incredibly playable. Like all good things, Wayne’s reputation started spreading like wildfire as players such as Eddie Van Halen, Jeff Beck, Steve Vai and Allan Holdsworth started flocking to Wayne’s shop. In 1977, Grover Jackson began working for Charvel® and in 1978 he bought the company. Jackson realized early on that there was a market for custom “made to order” instruments. The first Charvel guitars were built in 1979. These instruments featured 22 jumbo frets, wider nuts, hotter pickups and killer paint jobs. In 1980, Jackson moved to a larger...


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