The Pro-Mod DK24 2PT CM has two new fans in Peter Honoré and Joss Allen of Andertons Music; the guys just couldn’t get enough of the guitar’s versatility and features after a recent video review.
Both chimed in with high praise for the new Gotoh® Custom 510 tremolo bridge.
“Underneath this unbelievably cool Satin Orange Crush finish, we’ve got the non-locking tremolo, very reminiscent of the Floyd Rose trem that doesn’t have the locking system,” said Allen. “It is recessed, so it is floating.”
“You know what I really like about [the non-locking tremolo]?” added Honoré. “It doesn’t flutter. When you hit it hard, it doesn’t buzz.”
Allen also ran through each of the pickup positions with the five-way selector blade, finding that the DK24 packs a wallop of versatile tone with custom Seymour Duncan pickups.
Switching between both Floyd Rose® tremolo and Charvel HT6 hardtail bridge options, Chapman lays down a few licks on the 24-fret machines. Both he and Anderton find themselves incredibly impressed by the wide tonal range found in the dual humbucking Seymour Duncan® Full Shred and Jazz pickups.
“It sounds great man,” says Anderton. “I’ve been a big, big fan of the Pro-Mod series from Charvel for the past four or five years now and it’s cool to see the Dinky in the range. It’s a really good mid-price option for anybody that wants a bit of an all-rounder.”
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