KxK Guitars Unveils New K.K. Downing Signature Model

KxK Guitars is has unveiled the brand new K.K. Downing signature guitar model. With years of R&D refinement, KxK has delivered a guitar that satisfies the needs of one of metal’s most iconic guitarists. The original two were in K.K.’s hands just in time for the 2008 world tour and now they are available to players and fans in a limited quantity.

All KxK guitars are neck thru guitars built exclusively in the United States using only top shelf components and craftsmanship. For this special signature model, the features include:

  • 3 Piece Maple neck
  • Mahogany body
  • Scalloped Maple or Ebony fretboard
  • K inlays
  • 24.75" scale
  • Floyd Rose Speedloader Chrome
  • EMG 81/85
  • 1 Volume Push/Pull switch for
  • Pickup selection
  • Dunlop flush mount strap locks
  • 24 Dunlop 6120 frets
  • Kluson vintage tuners (tuners are for visuals only)
  • Battery Box
  • Dual carbon fiber rods
  • Dual action truss rod

Available with or without the K.K. Downing pearl body logo

Each guitar is numbered in order

Finish options are:
Lightning White, Diablo Red, or Black
G&G hard shell case included

MSRP $2,999.00 USD

When asked about his new signature model in a recent interview, K.K. Downing replied: “I can play a whole set without even changing guitars, that’s how good it is”.

All KxK K.K. Downing signature model guitars will be built to order and only available factory direct from KxK Guitar. For more information, please visit them online at kxkguitars.com.

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