Jackson Guitars X Series Dinky Arch Top DKAF8 MS, Laurel Fingerboard - Multi-Scale, Stained Mahogany - Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
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Jackson Guitars X Series Dinky Arch Top DKAF8 MS, Laurel Fingerboard - Multi-Scale, Stained Mahogany

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291-1638-557

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Shred in ergonomic comfort and style with the Jackson X Series Dinky™ Arch Top DKAF8 MS. A high-performance evolution of the electric guitar, this 8-string multi-scale model unlocks the possibilities of an instrument by accommodating two scale lengths on one fingerboard, thus improving overall playing comfort while improving tension and intonation.

The DKAF8 MS features a 26"-28" multi-scale length, mahogany body with an arched top, one-piece bolt-on maple neck with graphite reinforcement and scarf joint, 12"-16" compound radius fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and offset white dot inlays, Jackson die-cast tuners and 4x4 AT-1 headstock.

Dual Jackson uncovered 8-string blade humbucking pickups power this metal beast and can be shaped by a three-way toggle switch and single volume and tone controls.

To help improve intonation, the guitar has been equipped with Jackson designed individual bridge saddles, staggered to accommodate for the two scale lengths.

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Closest StorePickering, Ontario
I got this guitar about a year and a half ago. it plaid amazing after a set up, but there were a lot of problems. first as soon as i got it the pickups were too micro-phonic and had to be bathed in wax. after about 8 months of owning it the nut totally broke into pieces. and the guitar was not longer usable. Fender did not want to send Long and McQuade the part so i can get my guitar fixed so i just have a paper weight now.
Posted by Brandon on Jan 9, 2020
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Response from Long & McQuade

Hi Brandon, sorry to hear that. If you need the nut replaced we suggest contacting your local store. If the part is unavailable a custom nut could possibly be made for you. We recommend bringing the guitar to your local Long & McQuade and explaining what happened. You can view all of our locations here: www.long-mcquade.com/locations