Jackson DK7M Pro Series Dinky - Metallic Black with Maple Fingerboard

7-string Solidbody Electric Guitar with Alder Body, Maple Neck, Maple Fingerboard, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Metallic Black
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A 7-string Metal Monster!

Built for heavy-duty shredding, the Jackson Pro DK7-M Dinky 7-string solidbody electric guitar is stylish and mean. And speaking of shredding, the 3-piece maple neck is hand-rubbed with oil and topped with a compound-radius fingerboard for exceptional comfort and speed. Dive-bomb to your heart's content, courtesy of the 7-string Floyd Rose double-locking trem bridge. The Pro DK7-M Dinky uses a pair of direct-mount Seymour Duncan SH-7 Distortion humbuckers wired to a 5-way switch to give you tons of tonal options.

Jackson Pro DK7-M Dinky 7-string Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Go deep with a 7-string
  • Built for serious metal tones
  • Speedy neck for fast runs up the frets
Go deep with a 7-string

The beauty of a 7-string is that it broadens your range of tones while not feeling altogether unfamiliar. This expanded range gives you the opportunity to add additional depth to your sound, making for a more complex sound in a band situation.

Built for serious metal tones

Jackson decided to load the Pro DK7-M Dinky with direct-mount Seymour Duncan SH-7 Distortion pickups, giving you the output you need to push your amp hard but still retain string clarity. Why direct-mount the pickups? The guitar experts here at Sweetwater say that the thinking behind direct-mounting pickups (the pickups are screwed directly to the wood inside the cavity versus suspended from mounting rings) is that the tonal transfer is stronger, resulting in a truer representation of the sound. On top of the searing-hot pickups, the Pro DK7-M Dinky also boasts a 7-string Floyd Rose double-locking trem bridge, which is often considered required equipment for serious metal mayhem.

Speedy neck for fast runs up the frets

The Jackson Pro DK7-M Dinky features a 12"-16" compound-radius fretboard for ultimate playability. The fingerboard is rounder near the nut for easy chord-grabbing and rhythm playing. As your playing heats up and moves up the fretboard, the radius flattens out for easier runs and big string bends. With a neck that plays this slick, you'll be up at the 24th fret before you know it. The maple neck is oil-rubbed to a finish that is comfortable and fluid, further enhancing the incredible playability of the Pro DK7-M Dinky.

Jackson Pro DK7-M Dinky 7-string Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Fast-playing neck, thanks to compound-radius fingerboard
  • Plenty of output from Seymour Duncan SH-7 humbuckers
  • Hand-rubbed oil finish on maple neck for broken-in feel
  • 5-way switch for more tonal options
  • Direct-mounted pickups for increased tonal transfer
  • Alder body for light weight
Unleash your metal tendencies with the Jackson Pro DK7-M Dinky 7-string electric guitar!

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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape Dinky
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 7
Body Material Alder
Body Finish Gloss polyurethane
Color Metallic Black
Neck Material 3-piece Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape C
Fingerboard Material Maple, 16" Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Offset dot
Number of Frets 24 jumbo
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.875"
Bridge/Tailpiece Floyd Rose
Tuners Sealed die-cast
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup High-output 7-string Humbucker
Bridge Pickup High-output 7-string Humbucker
Controls Volume; Tone; 5-position toggle
Strings (.009-.056)
Manufacturer Part Number 2914132554

Customer Reviews

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The guitar plays you

Only real complaint i have is the bridge seymour duncan..doesnt pack enough punch imo (i want out put of thr quantums out of the ibanez 7421..why not just get that you ask? This guitar plays better..faster..)..but once you dial in your intonation this thing plays like a dream. Mine came with the tremel no set up for the floyd so you can lock out the floating affect and play it as fixed bridge..handles low tuning very well..im in drop G flat (odd i know) can get awesome harmobics out of the neck pick up..but as stated earlier..not a fan of the bridge pickup..dont really care for how it grabs the sound..its not full enough? Idk..still..plays great..


This guitar is slick. I got the Metallic Black with the maple neck. It just LOOKS mean. The Seymours have an awesome sound with great attack. They're less hot than I thought they would be, but at the same time their amplified presence is perfect. The second position on the 5-way switch is absolutely clean. I love It! Over-all, it's a diverse instrument.
Music background: Stage Musician

Amazing quality for a very reasonable price

Incredible guitar for the price. Love all the specs on it, the maple fretboard feels like a dream, it plays so easily and fast. This just feels like an excellently put together guitar. The only thing that isn't my cup of tea is the Seymour Duncan Distortions, but those are easy enough to replace. I was also pretty blown away by the set-up job Sweetwater did. I didn't have to tweak a thing when it got here. Intonation, floating bridge, truss rod... all were perfect.
Music background: Hobbyist
See also: Solidbody Guitars, Jackson, Jackson 7-string Guitars, Jackson Solidbody Guitars