The Jackson King V KVXT solidbody electric guitar is a rock ‘n’ roll speed machine. Its basswood body sports a strings-through-body design for maximum tonal tyranny.
The King V KVXT matches its screaming tone with lightning-fast playability, thanks to the through-body maple neck with a compound radius fingerboard. And when you factor in the dual EMG pickups and the TonePros adjustable bridge, you’ll realize the huge value in the King V. If you want face-melting tone with amazing playability, get the Jackson King V KVXT
||Flame Maple Veneer
||Burnt Cherry Sunburst
||Maple, Through Body
||Rosewood, 12″-16″ Compound Radius
|Number of Frets
||TonePros Fully Adjustable Bridge, Strings-through
||Sealed Die-cast Tuners
|Number of Pickups
||EMG HZ H4-AN Humbucker
||No Middle Pickup
||EMG HZ H4-B Humbucker
||Master Volume, Master Tone, 3-way Pickup Selector
You are looking at a Jackson King V Pro in Silver Sparkle! This is a Dave Mustaine Signature Series Guitar. Very Rare! This guitar is in great shape and plays like butter! Super LOW Action and frets are immaculate! Pickups shred! Sound nice and hot. There are no chips or dings in any of the points. Silver sparkle has greened or yellowed a bit but looks really cool.
All original and comes with the original Jackson hardshell case.
Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions– opens in a new window or tab … Read moreabout the condition
||King V Pro
Jackson Y2KV was a guitar designed by Dave Mustaine, in an effort to create a less aggressive and retro-looking flying V guitar, to contrast for his usual King V.
It was mainly used for touring of Risk and The World Needs a Hero as Mustaine’s own model, with less than a dozen produced, including some prototypes.[1
]Eventually, the Y2KV went mass production and introduced in the Jackson Guitars year 2000 catalog.
The DVD concert Rude Awakening features the Y2KV with a Floyd Rose bridge and a “Shut up” sticker in between the pickups. For the closure song “Holy Wars”, Mustaine uses a Y2KV stars and stripes (USA flag).
Based on the highly-regarded San Dimas guitar produced by Jackson and Charvel in the 1980s, The Jackson Adrian Smith San Dimas Dinky Electric Guitar pro features include an alder body, bolt-on quartersawn maple neck, compound-radius ebony fingerboard, DiMarzio Super Distortion bridge pickup with Fender SCN middle and neck single-coil pickups in H-S-S configuration, white pickguard, Floyd Rose tremolo, and black hardware.
- Body: Alder
- Finish: Gloss polyester
- Neck: Bolt-on Quartersawn maple
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Radius: Compound-radius 12″ to 16″ ((304.8mm to 406.4mm)
- Frets: 22 jumbo
- Scale Length: 25.5″ (648 mm)
- Nut Width: 1.68″ (43 mm)
- Hardware: Black
- Tuning Keys: Die-cast tuners
- Bridge: Floyd Rose Original double-locking 2-point tremolo
- Pickguard: White
- Neck: Fender SCN
- Middle: Fender SCN
- Bridge: DiMarzio Super Distortion Humbucking Pickup
- Pickup switching: 5-Position Blade:
- Position 1. Bridge Pickup;
- Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup;
- Position 3. Middle Pickup;
- Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup;
- Position 5. Neck
- Pickup controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
- Strings: D’Addario NPS, XL, (.009 to .042)
- Included Accessories:
- Unique Features: Adrian Smith Signature on front of Headstock
Outlandish look. Brutal sound. The aptly named Jackson Warrior always emerges victorious. With two high-output Jackson CVR humbucking pickups, 24 jumbo frets, shark fin inlays and licensed Floyd Rose double locking tremolo system.
– Compound 12 to 16 inch Fingerboard Radius for a comfortable feel built for speed all the way up the neck – Reverse Jackson – 6-In-Line Pointed Headstock – Super high output Jackson CVR humbuckers for a searing tone .
The sound is OK but its a terrible time keeping this guitar in tune. Touch the trem and its all over. Is there some trick to keeping this guitar in tune??? Im surprised being its a Jackson and a Floyd Rose. The “fine” tuners are not fine, but rather large screws that can be hard to turn and are loose as there is much wiggle room, so the fine tuners dont do or keep their job very well at all. Im really very surprised and it makes me question buying any other guitars from this seller. Until now I have always been very happy with everything I have bought here….
Feature: Yes, the accessories are as advertised.
Ease of Use:
Very hard!!! Even without touching the tremolo bar its very tough to tune.This guitar doesnt stay in tune and that is a “MUST HAVE” with any instrument.
All cheap parts – Its a “toy” guitar for a beginner maybe, or a beater guitar, but dont buy this expecting quality, or for it to stay on tune. I really wish I could say its great, but I would be lying.