This is a Pre-Order for the Jackson Custom Shop USA Special Edition King V in Satin Pewter finish. This guitar was released to authorized Jackson custom shop dealers for the 2023 summer FMIC custom shop dealer event.

The current build time is yet to be determined but is roughly 18-24 months based on previous dealer event custom shop orders.

This listing is a pay in full option however we offer 50% deposit Pre-Orders with the remaining 50% due upon arrival on our shop website, or by calling or visiting our brick and mortar store located in Renton, Washington.

Jackson Custom Shop USA Special Edition King V Satin Pewter


Sleek Satin Finish

Genuine Mahogany Body Wings

3-Piece Laminated Maple Neck-Through Design

Ebony Fingerboard

Reversed 6-In-Line Jackson Headstock

Mother-Of-Pearl Sharkfin Inlays

Black Neck and Headstock Binding

Blue Luminlay Position Markers

Graphite Reinforced Dual-Action Truss Rod

24 - Stainless Steel Jumbo Frets

12" to 16" Compound Radius Fingerboard

Fishman Fluence Modern Ceramic Bridge Pickup

Master Volume

Gotoh Tune-O-Matic Style Bridge

Schaller Locking Tuners

Black Hardware

Hard-Shell Molded Case

Certificate of Authenticity

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Custom Shop USA Special Edition King V
  • Satin Pewter
  • 2024
Made In
  • United States
Body Shape
  • V-Style
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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Renton, WA, United States
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