#1
What's the difference between a Jackson Dinky and Jackson Soloist.

I did not find it in the first half of the page on the search, but it's a question that's been bothering me for a few months now.

Please, don't be an ass and just try to help. I will not appreciate rude comments or comments from people trying to look cool by making some exaggeration or attempt to make some witty remark.
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#2
from what i can tell....
dinky's have one or two double coil pickups.
soloist's have a double coil bridge, and two single coils
#3
from google:

SL1 & SL2H Soloists have:
Painted neck
Seymour Duncan pickups
a small fraction bigger than the Dinky

DK1 Dinky has:
Tung-oiled neck
EMG 85 (neck) and 81 (bridge) active pickups
fraction smaller than a SL
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#5
Quote by C-RIS15
dinky = bolt on
soloist = neck through

Thanks. Now I know that I'd prefer a dinky, rather than a soloist.
My Gear:
Guitars:
Paul Reed Smith Custom 24 in Charcoal Burst

Amps:
ENGL Powerball I V2

Pedals:
Ibanez Jemini
Vintage '70s Thomas Organ Crybaby Wah
Boss DD-6
#6
Quote by Junnage
Thanks. Now I know that I'd prefer a dinky, rather than a soloist.

just out of curiosity, why is that?
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#8
Quote by Junnage
Thanks. Now I know that I'd prefer a dinky, rather than a soloist.


x2, neck-through is waaaaaay nicer!
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#9
Quote by AngusX
x2, neck-through is waaaaaay nicer!


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