#1
Hey UG this might seem like an odd questoin but does anyone have any pictures of the neck joint or 'heal' on this guitar and also any info on if the trem is any good


thanks
#2
The body will be scallop'ed but the neck joint itself is just your basic rectangular neck pocket. Trem is a Jackson Licences Floyd which I can't really comment on regarding it's quality.
#3
Jackson's trems are OK, not great but not terrible.
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#4
I have a DK2 its pretty nice. I put a tremsetter on it so its always in tune and I can drop it to D.
#5
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I have a DK2 its pretty nice. I put a tremsetter on it so its always in tune and I can drop it to D.


i will have another guitar for other tunnings i just wanted to know if the trem stays in tune, i was mostly interested in the how comfortable the heal is to play on
#6
The heel is fine, and the trem is one of the better licensed. After a few years they get dull but when it's new and setup right they are fine.
#7
i think people make a bigger deal out of larger neck heels than they need to. my old RG570 had a huge neck heel on it. ibanez didn't start putting smaller neck heels (AANJ) until '93 or so, i can't remember exactly when. i still definitely had great access to all 24 frets, no problems at all.
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#8
Quote by Tempoe
The heel is fine, and the trem is one of the better licensed. After a few years they get dull but when it's new and setup right they are fine.


I own a DXD10D, the cousin of the DK2, and the heel has never impeded me from playing in the upper registry. Even when I compare it to my neck-thru soloist, its not bad by any means.

The Trem is pretty solid as well, and I agree with Tempoe. Its never going to be on par with a OFR, but its pretty damn close. Overall I find you will enjoy the guitar very much. As always, try before you buy.
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#9
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i think people make a bigger deal out of larger neck heels than they need to. my old RG570 had a huge neck heel on it. ibanez didn't start putting smaller neck heels (AANJ) until '93 or so, i can't remember exactly when. i still definitely had great access to all 24 frets, no problems at all.


yeah i get your point but personally the heal can get in the way but its just me