Jackson DX10D

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Jackson

Description Dinky style X series, Alder/flame maple Body, Maple neck rosewood fretbrd (24 fret). Reverse head. Duncan Designed HB103 neck and bridge. JT580 (good floyde rose copy) trem.
Posted By Harley Burton (60)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 4.5 (of 5)
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On 1/19/2005, Jared Wilhelm (644) posted:
Overall Rating:
This guitar is the best one i have, i was looking at it one day at the guitar store, came in the next day and it had been marked down by like $200! so i had to take it, best choice too.i would want to buy this guitar if it were stolen, at first i didnt like the reverse inlays but now i really enjoy them so thats good.
Price: $274.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Larry's Music
Features:
Has 24 frets, reverse head and reverse shark tooth inlays,2 duncan designed humbuckers, double locking tremlo floyd rose. has very nice neck that plays very smooth. 1 tone and one volume control,3 ways pickup selector.
Playability:
Very easy to play, u can dive bomb the heck out of it and it wont come out of tune.
Sound Quality:
Sound is great, u can get some great clean sounds as well especially some killer leads and cruching rhythms. no buzzing, i use it thru my gnx3 and its a dream come true, also thru my crate xt 65 amp which is okay but since its going thru my gnx3 is fine.
On 8/25/2003, Harley Burton (60) posted:
Overall Rating:
In a nutshell I can think of better for the new price of this guitar but I like it's real good for 200 bucks and would pay as much as 300 for it in the future. For the new price the DXMG is a better choise for little more.
Price: $200.00
Where Obtained: ebay
Features:
This thing has the fastest/smoothest neck I have ever touched. I love the look of the sharktooth inlays but like most guitars they are WRONG. There shouldn't be a marker at fret 1 people! No big deal though. The reversed headstock looks OK but it truely sucks to tune, especialy when coupled with the floyde rose trem. Changeing strings is a job. Once the strings are stretched and tuned it stays there though. Body style is very comfortable and creates the usual alder/flame maple tone, so thats that :) As far as the pickups go, I usualy dump the stock pups first thing but these actualy sound pretty good and more importantly for me rite now, there very versatile. They can (allong with a 15 watt marshall) crank out the Megadeth crunch as well as the reverbed to death clean tone of somthing like Clapton. I haven't been restrained by the pickups at all even with the H H config and no single. Again the bridge is a Floyde Rose "Licensed" double locking 2-point floating trem. You either love or hate a Floyde Rose and even if you love it you usualy hate the copies but the JT580 Jackson trem on this is actualy a pretty nice one (just as good as a true floyde).
Playability:
Fast, flexable, and smooth. And thats all I got tah say about that - in my best Forest Gump
Sound Quality:
It don't get the perfect Metal, Blues, or Jazz sound but it does a real good job tryin it all. Basicly as with any versital guitar it doesn't do anything perfectly but does it all "good". Plenty good sounding for most people.
Durability:
My 10 month old knocked it off the stand the first day onto a concrete floor and it didn't even lose tune. Nuff said.