Jackson X Series Dinky DK2X LRL Snow White

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Equipped with two custom-built ceramic humbuckers and a Floyd Rose Special double-locking tremolo system, the Jackson X Series Dinky DK2X delivers shred-tastic Dinky performance and brutal high-output tone at an incredible price. Built for lightning-fingered six-string slingers, this lightweight powerhouse features an ultra-comfy Jackson Speed profile neck with a scary-fast 12–16-inch compound radius laurel fingerboard, accented with classic Pearloid shark fin inlays. Aggressive-looking black hardware and a contrasting reverse headstock with Jackson’s iconic logo complete the package — making for a stunning high-octane machine that’s a favorite of metal-minded guitarists!

  • Lightweight solidbody electric guitar tailored to metal guitarists and technical players
  • Compound-radius fingerboard yields ultra-fast playability
  • Dual Jackson custom humbuckers deliver hard-hitting high-gain tone
  • Floyd Rose Special double-locking tremolo for twisting, bending, and dive-bombing
  • Classic pearloid shark fin fingerboard inlays and aggressive-looking black hardware
  • Contrasting reverse pointed headstock with iconic Jackson logo

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