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This is one of those guitars that gets under your skin very quickly and will probably make you forget your previous favorites! Jackson did an extremely good job with USA SL2H-MAH Soloist. A phrase “words are not enough to describe it” suits this instrument well.

Remarkable features in Jackson’s USA SL2H-MAH Soloist is something you should be aware of when trying to find the right instrument, because this one just might be the one that is right for you. Jackson are known for making excellent instruments, but they have really outdone themselves with USA SL2H-MAH Soloist feature-wise. With little to be left to the imagination, most musicians feel that this instrument deserves highest grades.

 

USA SL2H-MAH Soloist looks great, and the reason for that is the extraordinary finish and top quality production process that Jackson has set up. This guitar is fit for professional guitar players. The action is great out of the box, and can be easily adjusted to whatever you prefer. This guitar is comfortable to play and it can be inspiring to play it.

USA SL2H-MAH Soloist is a guitar that is built to serve you for a long time, that will not let you down and will keep you happy. That is no coincidence, because Jackson does indeed make great looking and great sounding guitars that are durable and reliable as well. USA SL2H-MAH Soloist will perform well both on stage and in studio, so you may rest assured that USA SL2H-MAH Soloist is a good choice.

Dave Mustaine signature

Jackson KV1 Dave Mustaine signature

The Jackson KV1 was the US-made successor to the King V Pro. The KV1 was in production from 1996 to 2001, making it the longest running Mustaine signature series. Specifications changed a little during the five years: Early KV1s were offered in either black pearl or natural korina finishes. Poplar was used as the body wood for solid colour guitars, and these instruments came with LSR tuners. According to the catalogues, pickups were a Duncan TB-5 and an SH-4, but I personally think they used TB-4. In 1999, alder replaced poplar as the body wood and Jackson also added two more finish options – black and transparent black. In 2000 LSR tuners were replaced by regular Jackson tuners and a Duncan TB-4 was used as the bridge pickup. I have seen both jumbo and thin frets on KV1s and the neck shapes have also varied, with the earlier examples having thinner necks.
Although the KV1 was Dave’s signature model, he didn’t seem to use them that much. However, he has been pictured with both a korina and a black KV1 and he also had at least one built with a Floyd Rose bridge.

Jackson dave mustaine custom

Double Rhoads(never in mass production)

The Double Rhoads was a symmetrical version of the Jackson Randy Rhoads with two longer horns, the first one was ordered from Overkill guitarist Dave Linsk. While the guitar was made, Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby saw it and wanted a similar guitar.Jackson built him two, one red and one black (he later got his white DR).Circa 10 Double Rhoads’ were built before the design was changed with smaller wings and became the King V, the first King V was silver with black bevels.

[edit] King V Custom (Custom Shop)

From start to 1990 this was the name for a King V with sharkfin inlays, neck binding and ebony fretboard. Pickup and bridge options were anything the purchaser wanted.

     Same as above, but with dot inlays, no binding, and jun fretboard.

 KV1(Artist Signature Series) (no longer in production)

The KV1 is a Dave Mustaine signature model and is the first commercially-sold model of the King V. Previously known as the King V Pro, the KV1 supersedes the King V Pro and eliminated the Cherryburst finish in favor of a natural Korina wood finish. The tuners were replaced with LSR locking tuners as well. The end-points were shortened from the prototype created for Robbin Crosby as it was created as a “Double-Rhoads” which has a longer point than this model (The “Double-Rhoads” has 2 equal length long points). All other variants below stemmed from this design. USA-made versions of this guitar are highly-coveted by metal guitarists and are typically difficult to locate for sale

Dave mustaine jackson king v

 

This auction is for a USA Jackson Dave Mustaine KV1 and hard case.  These are no longer in production and have become quite rare.  The KV1 is a neckthru guitar (maple neck, poplar body wings).  
It has an ebony fret board with 24 medium-jumbo frets and sharkfin inlays.  The frets are in good shape, the action is super low and there is no buzz.  It features a USA Kahler fine-tuning hardtail bridge, Seymour Duncan pickups and Sperzel locking tuners.  
It has 1 volume control, 2 tones, and a 3-way blade switch.  The back of the body has some belt-buckle scratches and there are few small dings on the sides, but nothing major.  Overall it’s in good condition for its age.  The case is a little beat up, but it’s still functional.  It has one broken hinge and some small cracks.

Item will ship insured for the full purchase price and I’ll send the winner the tracking number the day it ships.

I only accept PayPal and ship only in the Continental US.  Feel free to ask any questions.

Thanks for looking and good luck!

Dave Mustaine V

From one of the most prolific musicians in heavy metal history!

A Dave Mustaine Signature V from Dean Guitars. Though that might say it all, you should also know that this beast comes loaded with screaming Dave Mustaine Live Wire USA custom active humbuckers, and Dunlop flush mount straplocks. With its beveled edges, this V really looks like it can fly. Mustaine remarks that this guitar’s neck is even better than what he has played before, and that the deluxe inlays, which are like a dot/sharktooth combo, are remarkable.

Dave Mustaine Guitars

Dave Mustaine is the lead/rhythm guitarist, songwriter, and singer for the speed/thrash metal band, Megadeth. As the central figure of Megadeth and a former Metallica lead guitarist and co-songwriter, he is one of a handful of people considered to have pioneered thrash metal and speed metal.

Let’s look at what gear and equipment has been seen in Megadeath’s Dave Mustaine’s Guitar Rig.

Dave Mustaine Signature

GHS ELECTRIC DAVE MUSTAINE SIGNATURE

“These strings will last longer and sound better because I said so.”- Dave Mustaine

We couldn’t have put it any better! These strings will test your strength and tone, by using a combination of premium core wire and a “Filament Grade Alloy”. This alloy is the same strong wire used in automotive headlights and is magnetically activated to pull the tone through your pickups. Say goodbye to bland, because these strings will magnify any playing style.

Dave Mustaine Jackson

The Jackson KV1 was the US-made successor to the King V Pro. The KV1 was in production from 1996 to 2001, making it the longest running Mustaine signature series. Specifications changed a little during the five years: Early KV1s were offered in either black pearl or natural korina finishes. Poplar was used as the body wood for solid colour guitars, and these instruments came with LSR tuners. According to the catalogues, pickups were a Duncan TB-5 and an SH-4, but I personally think they used TB-4. In 1999, alder replaced poplar as the body wood and Jackson also added two more finish options – black and transparent black. In 2000 LSR tuners were replaced by regular Jackson tuners and a Duncan TB-4 was used as the bridge pickup. I have seen both jumbo and thin frets on KV1s and the neck shapes have also varied, with the earlier examples having thinner necks.

Although the KV1 was Dave’s signature model, he didn’t seem to use them that much. However, he has been pictured with both a korina and a black KV1 and he also had at least one built with a Floyd Rose bridge.

Jackson Dave Mustaine

Dave Mustaine Y2KV is definitely a must have guitar! Jackson made another great fine-tuned and thought-out instrument. If you have doubts, find a way to try Dave Mustaine Y2KV and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how gorgeous this instrument really is. Jackson did a remarkably well job here.

This guitar has some truly great features for the right price. Dave Mustaine Y2KV is truly a great instrument, one that Jackson should be proud of. It stands out among other guitars in its price range, and its superb features surely contribute a lot to this kind of overall opinion. Should you be considering a guitar that managed to satisfy a lot of musicians’ desires – Jackson’s Dave Mustaine Y2KV is a great choice!

 

Jackson’s Dave Mustaine Y2KV has built in top quality hardware. Carefully chosen materials tell that this guitar will last you long time, and will not give you any headaches then trying to set it up. It’s easy to set up action to whatever level you prefer. Overall, users gave it great marks to Dave Mustaine Y2KV, so you may rest assured that, on the technical side, this guitar will not let you down.

Have no doubts that Jackson’s Dave Mustaine Y2KV will serve you well in studio as well as on stage. Take good care of it, and Dave Mustaine Y2KV will endure traveling, temperature changes; nothing can harm its beautiful looks or functionality. Jackson is a company that makes reliable and durable instruments, and Dave Mustaine Y2KV is another one that has just those characteristics Jackson’s guitars are known to have.