Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK6
Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK6

Christian Olde Wolbers DK6, Guitarra de forma Stratocaster from Jackson in the Pro Series Artist Signature series.

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Hatsubai 18/07/2011

Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK6 : la opinión de Hatsubai (content in English)

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Christian Olde Wolbers has gotten quite a bit of fame lately with his Arkaea, and he has some nice custom guitars to go with it. This guitar has the following specs:

Mahogany body with a carved top
Three piece mahogany neck-thru neck
Ebony fretboard with 24 jumbo frets
String-thru-body bridge
EMG 81 humbucker pickup
One volume knob
Special camo paintjob


The guitar is really a no frills guitar. It's meant to be a performance guitar for metal, and it shows. The first thing you notice with this guitar is that it has a pretty unique paint job. The camo is done nicely, and I didn't notice any real smears or anything. The frets themselves were level, and that's always a good thing. However, the ends were a touch sharp. If this were my personal guitar, I would have taken a file to them and rounded them off a touch. The nut could also have been opened up a touch for the heavier gauge strings that were put on this guitar.


First of all, the guitar resonated nicely. I find that these guitars all seem to resonate a bit better than some of the other Jacksons out there. The EMG 81 in the bridge was a perfect match for this. It had the cut that the 81 is famous for, but it never got super thin. It was very direct, and it had a great high gain sound. However, clean sounds sucked. It also lacked versatility since it's a single humbucker guitar. I'm a big fan of neck pickups, so that was a bit of a turn off for me, personally.


These guitars are pretty nice guitars, and if you like the one humbucker thing, you'll most likely enjoy this guitar. It was put together fairly well, but be sure look for potential nut and fretwork issues that might occur sometimes. The most important thing was that it sounded great plugged in.