#2
You just bought a guitar you didn't know the model of?
I hope you didn't buy a fake. You should be able to find out using the serial number which I think is stamped on the neckplate.
Gear:
- Bugera 333
- VJ & VJ cab
- Jackson JS30
- TS9

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#3
I think it's a DK2. also, you could use a couple of those rock climbing clips that everyone uses for thier keys to attach your strap if you don't want to fix the holes to hold regular strap buttons.
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#4
I doubt the body is Jackson. The control layout looks wrong. The neck may be legit, but I doubt the body is. The neck looks like it may be off a JS or an older Dinky Reverse series.
#5
"Genuine Floyd Rose Licensed" LOL

But I am a Jackson fanboy. Looks like an older Dinky.
#8
does the fact its late 80's make it worth more than the $150 i paid for it?
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#9
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does the fact its late 80's make it worth more than the $150 i paid for it?

Sorry dude the body is not a Jackson body, The control setup is wrong.
#10
Probably not if it's a production model. Which it probably is.
Still, that looks like a pretty good guitar.

Just enjoy it
Gear:
- Bugera 333
- VJ & VJ cab
- Jackson JS30
- TS9

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~ BUM: For all things extinguishing

Rackmount Tube Amp Project <<< Updates!
#11
I wouldn't worry about if its a 'real' jackson or not. As long as it works. The paint on the headstock is different, I kind of like it. As long as the guitar plays well, I'd say you win. The neck alone, I'd say, is worth the 110 bucks.