Jackson Guitars Introduces New 7- and 8-String Models
JS22-7 Dinky

Jackson three new models for summer, in both 7- and 8-string flavors.

Scottsdale, AZ (June 18, 2013) -- Jackson is pleased to present three new models for this summer season. With new and improved features to the JS Series on the revered Dinky body shape, each addition comes as an alluring addition to the prominent Jackson line-up.

The JS22-7 Dinky seven-string model includes an arch-top basswood body, bolt-on maple neck, 16"-radius rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and "piranha" inlays, 26.5" scale length, dual high-output Jackson humbucking pickups, single volume and tone controls, direct-mount hard-tail bridge and die-cast tuners.

The JS32-7Q seven-string model includes an arch-top basswood body with a dazzling quilt maple top, bolt-on maple neck, 16"-radius rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and "piranha" inlays, 26.5" scale length, stylish fingerboard and headstock binding, dual high-output Jackson seven-string humbucking pickups, single volume and tone controls, direct-mount Jackson HT-7 hard-tail bridge and die-cast tuners.

The JS32-8Q eight-string model features an ?arch-top basswood body with a lustrous quilt maple top, bolt-on maple neck, 12 to 16" compound radius rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and "piranha" inlays, 26.5" scale length, stylish fingerboard and headstock binding, dual high-output Jackson eight-string humbucking pickups, single volume and tone controls, direct-mount Jackson HT-8 hard-tail bridge and die-cast tuners.

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