Jackson JS32TQ Dinky - Transparent Blue

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Top, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, String-through Hardtail, and 2 Humbucking Pickups - Transparent Blue
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6-string Attitude

The Jackson JS32TQ Dinky solidbody electric guitar gives you instant attitude - sonically and visually. The amazingly affordable JS32TQ Dinky serves up thick, snarling tone and prodigious sustain - courtesy of its resonant, lightweight basswood body, quilted maple arched top, string-through-body tail, and two toasty humbuckers. You'll relish the uber-playability of the maple speed neck and fat-fretted compound-radius fingerboard that lets you chord blissfully and shred without fear of fretting out. For an axe that will command attention wherever you wield it, Sweetwater can recommend the Jackson JS32TQ Dinky.

Jackson JS32TQ Dinky Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • Compound-radius provides the best of both worlds
  • Maple neck and string-through-body tailpiece give you prodigious sustain
  • If looks could kill...
Compound-radius provides the best of both worlds

The Jackson JS32TQ Dinky sports a compound-radius rosewood fingerboard with jumbo frets. Down low, your fretting hand will appreciate the 12" radius that keeps things nice and confortable for natural, relaxed chord work. Up top, a 16" radius lays it all out flat for effortless, low-action high-speed runs with monumental string bends without fretting out. The best of both worlds.

Maple neck and string-through-body tailpiece give you prodigious sustain

From bow to stern, the Jackson JS32TQ Dinky is set up for mammoth sustain. You get a maple speed neck - one of the hardest tonewoods around - and a string-through-body tailpiece. Top that off with two attitude-laden high-output Jackson humbuckers with ceramic magnets, and you've got a recipe for serious sustain.

If looks could kill...

If you're after a guitar that looks as cool as it sounds, then Sweetwater has your axe. The Dinky body shape alone is enough to convey instant attitude. Throw in a gorgeous quilt maple arched top, plus Jackson's distinctive pointy headstock and shark fin position inlays, and you've got one arresting-looking guitar. The Jackson JS32TQ Dinky is one of the sharpest-looking guitars around; a serious axe wielder's instrument of destruction. Exactly what you've been looking for, right?

Jackson JS32TQ Dinky Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Lightweight, resonant basswood Dinky body with eye-popping quilted maple arched top
  • Bolt-on, graphite-reinforced maple speed neck facilitates fast fretting
  • Bound rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid shark fin position inlays
  • 12"-16" compound-radius for your chording comfort and shredding pleasure
  • Jackson's distinctive pointy in-line headstock
  • 2 high-output Jackson humbucking pickups with ceramic magnets
  • Adjustable compensated bridge/string-through-body tail delivers serious sustain
The Jackson JS32TQ Dinky gives you attention-grabbing looks and sound!

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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape Dinky
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 6
Body Material Poplar
Top Material Quilt Maple
Body Finish Gloss Polyurethane
Color Transparent Blue
Neck Material Maple
Fingerboard Material Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay White Pearloid Sharkfins
Number of Frets 24 Jumbo
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.6875"
Bridge/Tailpiece Jackson Compensated and Adjustable
Tuners Jackson Sealed Die-Cast
Number of Pickups 2
Neck Pickup Jackson High Output Humbucker
Bridge Pickup Jackson High Output Humbucker
Controls 1 x Volume, 1 x Tone, 3-way pickup selector
Strings NPS (.009-.042)
Manufacturer Part Number 2910127586

Customer Reviews

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My search is over!!!

Well crafted! Perfect sustain!Nice pick ups! No setup needed! I still hit the higest notes I could think of on a clean without having to turn the amp volume up! Very responisive pick ups! I still haven't played with the dirty channel on my orange crush 35rt I'm waiting for the niehbors to leave haha! Over all Im shocked at the price range and quality thank you jackson for crafting a piece of art let alone a mind blowing experience when playing and sweetwater for dealivering and the candy haha thanks!!!
Music background: 5 years experience rock,classic rock,metal

Great Guitar!

This is absolutely the best electric i've ever bought for under $500. I was concerned the fretboard action wouldn't be that good, considering the price point. Well, it plays AS good as a $1,000 Jackson i previously had. The guitar played silky smooth right out of the box (the frets looked as though they had been polished in the factory). My last high-end electric came with pre-polished frets too, but it cost around $1,000 so that's expected - i never dreamed this guitar would ship with such great action. Everything else is about the same as you would expect from a $280 electric. It's light, looks great, and has good sounding pups (again, for the price point). It seems as though it was built with 'care' too.....maybe the employees were in a good mood the day it was made, i don't know, but the craftsmanship is impeccable. One other thing i liked about it was the volume knob wasn't crammed right up next to the bridge & rear pup like a lot of electrics. Great shredder. I'm more than satisfied.
Music background: 30+ years

Wow! I'm really impressed.

I'm an Ibanez Jem player. That guitar fits me like a glove. For the work that I do, I need an assortment of guitars that play like a Jem but each have different turnings, pickups, and even wiring. I need fixed bridges. Most importantly, I need it affordable. Can't affor 6 Ibanez Jems. Well, this is a really great playing guitar. Competitive with the best guitars out there. Great action on the neck. The pickups are surprisingly great. The body is great. I was blown away. In the past, the Jackson played good, but it just felt cheap. I'd say the craft has come a long way in 20 years. The hardware is meh... cheap stuff. The pickup selector will likely need replaced. The jack is a bit weak. ( I have 3 of these now so far) The tuners are meh. They don't lock obviously. But still really good for a starter and I appreciate that because I am changing all of the hardware anyways. So, cheap but decent hardware other than the selector. I'm in the process of modding my first. Gravity Storm pickups. Cutting in a single coil Evolution. Replacing the tuners with locking. replacing the selector with a 5 switch. In the end I may have a Machine competitive with a Jem for under $600. I'm okay with that. 😬
Music background: Songwriter, guitar player, film composer

Really Nice

I was pleasantly surprised. I actually think this plays better and sounds better than my more expensive guitars and definably better than any of the comparably priced ones that I own. I think this guitar makes me a better player. I was kinda afraid it would be too small but it isn't at all. It feels lot like an SG.

First Time Buyer

First of all, so impressed with packing of guitar. Opened the triple box, expecting to find a box of peanuts,but Noooo. Packed like, .....really good ! :) I was worried about the feel and easy fingering on the Dinky. Way better than I expected.Im just a old (69) hippie who wanted something to bang around on at home.This is PERFECT ! I will continue to shop at SW.Oh yeah , I got it via FEDEX in ONE day !!! How do they do that.
Music background: OLD Hippie (69) played in a few band, circa 1965 ish
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