#1
so i have a choice wheter to buy this jackson...it has the dinky kinda body style and its pretty good looking i played it on a half stack crate amp and loved it...

but then theres this black jackson kelly...same pickups and everything but the body style is badass...

which do i go with?

its got those active jackson pickups....dunlop strings...24 frets.. that should help
#2
whichever shape you like better. If that's the only difference between the two, then it comes down to preference of style.
#3
How would knowing what strings it has on it help? Do you have any pictures or links to the specific models? Or maybe the name of the series they're in? There are a lot of dinky and kelly models out there,you need to be more specific.

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#4
Pr0g_Nutz needs every last little detail about the guitar in order to give an accurate response. It may also help to know the builder's dick size, just for his own personal reference
#5
i cant member which model name they were. but the kelly is about 350 and the other one is 425 but the four hundred dollar one has a cooler paint job
#6
Kellys are great guitars, they feel awesome, and don't get in the way.
I'd say Kelly, but only because I'm an extreme shaped guitar person. =D
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#7
I'd say the Kelly. If you're talking about the "active jackson pickups" you are surely talking about the JS series. At that range, the Dinky is just your average squier Strat (just without a pickguard), and what fun would that be? The Kelly is surely more unique and IMO a better guitar, but the Dinky has a tremolo, which you might want to toy around with.

And what is there 26 days left for, [VictorinoX] ?
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26 out of 30 days left until the warning status on my account is dropped.

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It's a complete pain in the ass, because I gave the kid my opinion as well as some advice, and he still said, "yeah, but what if..?" so I got annoyed and went off and was pegged down for not helping, when the mod hadn't offered any help in his previous post either. Basic hypocrisy and double standards, but it's w/e.
#11
Quote by Beebaboo
I'd say the Kelly. If you're talking about the "active jackson pickups" you are surely talking about the JS series. At that range, the Dinky is just your average squier Strat (just without a pickguard), and what fun would that be? The Kelly is surely more unique and IMO a better guitar, but the Dinky has a tremolo, which you might want to toy around with.

And what is there 26 days left for, [VictorinoX] ?

The JS series is miles ahead of a crappy squier.
#13
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The JS series is miles ahead of a crappy squier.

I disagree, there are some VERY nice Squiers.
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