The V-vibe in quintessential form.
The Jackson KVX10 King V electric guitar is built with a high-quality basswood body and a pair of Duncan Designed humbucker pickups. The HB103B is a high-output ceramic bridge humbucker based on the Duncan Distortion. The HB-102N is a hot alnico neck pickup based on the Duncan Jazz. The Jackson King V comes with a Floyd Rose-licensed Low Profile tremolo, 24 jumbo frets, a bolt-on rock maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard, and chrome hardware. Controls include master volume, master tone, and 3-way pickup switch.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
- Basswood body (with flamed maple veneer on Cobalt Blue Swirl finish)
- Bolt-on maple neck with scarf joint headstock
- Compound radius rosewood fingerboard 12"-16"
- 24 jumbo frets
- MOTO shark fin position inlays
- Duncan Designed HB-103B humbucker
- Duncan Designed HB-102N humbucker
- 3-position blade pickup switch
- Master volume, master tone
- Floyd Rose-licensed Jackson low profile tremolo
- Chrome hardware
KVX10 King V Electric Guitar Specifications:
- 25-1/2" scale length
Neck dimensions: 1st fret: .755", 12th fret .810"
1-11/16" nut width
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Comments about Jackson KVX10 King V Electric Guitar:
I just love this guitar. The neck is thin and feels great to play, and getting to the last frets in a flash isn't a problem with this shape!... It has a great balance too, unlike other other guitars that kinda "dive" forward, this one stays in place, and makes it very comfortable to play... As for the sound, I play lots of different things, from Hendrix to Slipknot, plugged it in an all tube Marshall stack or Mesa or a little 15 watts home combo, and it never disappointed me...from some crystal clear clean sound to some heavy palm muted riffs or big guitar solos, either low tuned or not..the pick-up are always up for it and always sound great. The tremolo system is really nice too, once tuned it STAYS in tune. The only downfall I see, it's definitely designed to play standing up, like any flying V, but hey this shape is a killer look!