Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK7
Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK7

Christian Olde Wolbers DK7, Guitarra de forma Stratocaster from Jackson in the Pro Series Artist Signature series.

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heads on fire 30/12/2011

Jackson Christian Olde Wolbers DK7 : la opinión de heads on fire (content in English)

"No features = a great feature!"

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Body Species: Mahogany with Carved Top
Body Style: Dinky
Neck Type: Bolt-On 3-Piece Mahogany with Satin Finish
Neck Dimensions: 3rd Fret: .735", 12th Fret: .810"
Fingerboard Species: Ebony
Fingerboard Radius: 12" to 16" Compound Radius / 304.8 mm to 406.4 mm
Scale Length: 25.5" / 648mm
Number of Frets: 24
Fret Size: Jumbo Frets
Nut Width: 1.875" / 48 mm
Bridge Pickup: EMG 707 Humbucking Pickup
Controls: Volume
Case Information: Deluxe Jackson Molded Case by SKB
Hardware: Black
Bridge: JT390-7 Adjustable Bridge with Strings-Through-Body
Tuners: Die-Cast Tuners


Rarely do I get to play on a guitar that is this fun to play on! This guitar JAMS! I'm usually a fan of more features - more pickups, tone control...I like to have some variety in my axes, just in case I fall in love with them and want to play them in any setting. This Christian Olde Wolbers Signature 7 string guitar is a one trick pony. But what a satisfying trick - the B string could chug and riff out with the best of them. The neck feels fantastic - it is sleek and incredibly fast, and the fretwork was out of this world. Jackson has long been known for their nice necks, and this is no exception.


This guitar gets one sound. One pickup, one volume knob. Usually I'd be marking down for lack of versatility, but this axe is not designed for that. It has one single purpose - down-tuned riff-metal, and for that, it is perfect. Therefore, I'm giving this category a 10.


This is quite a ride. With this guitar, the severe lack of features IS a feature. It speaks volumes in its beautiful simplicity, and for that, I highly recommend it. For anyone that dislikes messing with knobs, and switches, and more wiring, and extra stuff - this guitar is it. It's black - black is the absence of light in nature. On this guitar, it could also represent the absence of extra nonsense as well.