Jackson JS32 Dinky - Snow White

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Humbucking Pickups, and Vibrato Tailpiece - Snow White
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Real Jackson Quality for Less!

The Jackson JS32 Dinky solidbody electric guitar gives you instant attitude both sonically and visually. The amazingly affordable JS32 Dinky serves up thick, snarling tone and prodigious sustain, courtesy of its resonant, lightweight basswood body, arched top, and two toasty humbuckers. You'll relish in the uber-playability of the maple speed neck. The fully bound compound-radius fretboard is great for chording and shredding without fretting out. A real Floyd Rose licensed double-locking tremolo bridge rounds out the picture, making the Jackson JS32 Dinky a guitar any serious player can love.

Jackson JS32 Dinky Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Jackson high-output pickups deliver the ultra-hot tone you need to tear it up
  • Compound-radius fretboard delivers maximum playing comfort and performance
  • Double-locking tremolo bridge gives you serious performance and stability
Jackson high-output pickups deliver the ultra-hot tone you need to tear it up

Looking for rock-solid metal tone? The Jackson JS32 Dinky delivers! That's because Jackson hooked the JS32 Dinky up with a pair of their custom-built ceramic-magnet humbuckers. These high-output humbuckers give you plenty of punch and serious bite - just what you need for today's most aggressive guitar styles.

Compound-radius fretboard delivers maximum playing comfort and performance

The JS32 Dinky features a 12"-16" compound-radius fretboard for ultimate playability. This maple fingerboard (complete with classic Jackson shark fin inlays) is rounder near the nut for easy rhythm playing. As your playing heats up and moves up the JS32 Dinky's 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. It's this kind of playability that has made the compound-radius fretboard a favorite at Sweetwater.

Double-locking tremolo bridge gives you serious performance and stability

Are you the kind of guitarist who likes to really lay into those bends, grab the whammy bar, and waggle your axe around like a bull whip? Good thing you're looking at a Jackson! Even this humble JS32 Dinky features Jackson's epic build quality, which includes a double-locking tremolo that's so stable you'll never have to worry about your intonation going out of whack. So go ahead, wail away - your Jackson JS32 Dinky can take it.

Jackson JS32 Dinky Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • A high-performance guitar for an amazing low price
  • Dual Jackson custom humbuckers deliver hard-hitting high-gain tone
  • Compound-radius maple fingerboard feels great for rhythm and lead playing
  • Double-locking Floyd Rose licensed tremolo provides epic stability that can stand up to serious abuse
  • Slender graphite-reinforced maple neck keeps your action fast
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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape Dinky
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 6
Body Material Basswood
Top Material Arched Top
Body Finish Gloss Polyurethane
Color Gloss Black
Neck Material 1-Piece Maple, Bolt-on
Neck Shape Speed Neck
Fingerboard Material Maple, 12" to 16" Compound Radius
Fingerboard Inlay Black Sharkfin
Number of Frets 24 Jumbo
Scale Length 25.5"
Bridge/Tailpiece Floyd Rose Licensed Jackson Bridge with Double-Locking Tremolo
Tuners Die-Cast Tuners
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Jackson JE10 Humbucker
Bridge Pickup Jackson JE10 Humbucker
Controls 1 x 3-Way Blade Switch
Manufacturer Part Number 2910238576

Customer Reviews

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Highly Impressed

This is an amazing guitar! I have many guitars, but not one with a maple fretboard. Having played Jackson/Charvels in the 80s, I love the way they look, play, and sound! Wasn't sure what I would get in this price range, but, I loved the looks of the guitar and decided to buy it. I opened it, stretched the strings, tuned it and rocked the house! The neck is very fast, the long scale and jumbo frets make bending strings really easy. I planned to change out the pickups, but, now, I doubt I will. The pickups are much more powerful than other inexpensive guitars I have played and they articulate every string. It is also lightweight which makes playing for a long time possible! I cleaned up all of my other guitars, put new strings on them and put them away. This Jackson will be my everyday player! I highly recommend!!!
Music background: Playing for 39 years


Went into Sam Ash today to buy some strings and noticed this Jackson that looked like my Ibanez. Same Shark inlays. I gave it a try and WOW...bought it on the spot at the $199. sale price. The neck is super smooth...great feel. The store is now giving free set-ups on all displayed guitars...so I took the floor model...which was the only one left. The guitar is made in China and they are obviously using robotics to cut the neck...amazing. The guitar is not too heavy and I don't know what kind of wood they are using. Check it out. Years ago these Jacksons went for a grand...I know...I own two from the ancient times.

Solid axe.

I bought this as a project guitar. Was going to change the pups, new electronics, Shaler Floyd Rose. But its quickly becoming one of my favorites right out of the box. Needed a setup and truss rod adjustment obviously but once i set it up it shreds like a beast. The floyd rose stays in tune very well. The maple board is gorgeous and the stock jackson pickups sound great. Very pleased with this guitar for the price. Highly recommend.

Very Very Nice

Had this guitar for about 4 days now. Very solid build. Intonation is spot on. Ready to go right out of the box. (after tuning it up of course) Love the black sharkfin inlays.VERY VERY GOOD guitar for this price point. Very smooth playability Stays in tune period. Picture does not do it justice.Cant put it down. LOVE IT might have to buy the black one too. Payed a little extra to have it put through the pro setup was well worth it.
Music background: Always Jammin

Very Solid Axe

Giving this 4.5 stars because it punches above its weight class. The neck is very playable, with a satin finish you normally won't see on a guitar for this price. Very playable, on the thinner side of things compared to a Les Paul but not a Wizard neck either. The frets are workable, I don't play with a low action but the high E had buzzing on a few frets when my tech played around with a low action. The other strings were fine, but your mileage may vary. Came well set up in terms of action, needed to be tuned up though and the Floyd performs well. No tuning issues once I've gotten it setup, though of course you might run into issues during said setup if you're new to the relatively complicated setup of a FR. As for electronics, they will serve you well enough. I did not mind the pickups at all to be honest with you and left them in for much longer than I had originally planned. The neck pickup in particular was very nice, the bridge was a little thin under effects like a phaser though. The wiring job was also very neatly done and they used Alpha pots, a nice touch compared to what other builders will put in their budget models. Overall, the guitar is beyond a good beginner's guitar and will make a nice backup or even primary guitar to more advanced players.
Music background: Hobbyist
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