Jackson Y2KV

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Jackson Y2KV
Manufacturer Jackson Guitars
Period 2000-2002
Scale 25.5
Woods
Body Mahogany
Neck Mahogany through-body
Hardware
Bridge Tune-o-Matic string through body
Pickup(s) Seymour Duncan JB-TB4 bridge and JB SH-4 neck.


Jackson Y2KV was a guitar designed by Dave Mustaine, in an effort to create a less aggressive and retro-looking flying V guitar, to contrast for his usual King V. It was mainly used for touring of Risk and The World Needs a Hero as Mustaine's own model, with less than a dozen produced, including some prototypes.[1] Eventually, the Y2KV went mass production and introduced in the Jackson Guitars year 2000 catalog.

The DVD concert Rude Awakening features the Y2KV with a Floyd Rose bridge and a "Shut up" sticker in between the pickups. For the closure song "Holy Wars", Mustaine uses a Y2KV stars and stripes (USA flag).

Features[edit]

The guitar resembles a classic Flying V shape, with rounded edges, and symmetrical and rounded headstock as well.[2]

Control
Volume, Volume, Tone, three-way toggle.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jackson Guitar Palace
  2. ^ Jackson Catalog 2001. Tuners are arranged in the classic 3-a side style instead of the usual six a side.[1]