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Jackson Dinky Reverse DKMGT MIJ Japan Electric Guitar Matte Blac

For sale is a neat Jackson Dinky DKMGT reverse headstock electric guitar. Guitar was made in Japan. Has the rare matte black finish. All original electronics/hardware in great working condition (humbuckers sound fantastic). Guitar is in pretty good condition, has one ding that’s been touched up with matte paint (pretty much impossible to spot from any distance), one light scuff on the bottom, and an indentation in the neck where it looks like something was pressed against it (please ignore the white fibers all over the guitar, from a cleaning cloth I was using). You can feel the indentation while playing but it doesn’t affect anything/playability. Overall a very awesome Japanese jackson guitar that’s ready for a new home :). No case/bag. Free Shipping. Thank You


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Jackson Dinky Reverse DKMGT MIJ Japan Electric Guitar Matte Blac

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