Jackson Pro Series Signature Mark Morton Dominion with Figured Walnut, Ebony Fingerboard, WalnutRegular price £1,329.00
Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has led his million-album-selling, Grammy-nominated band to the forefront of U.S. metal. By combining explicit technique, angular off-kilter riffs and full-throttle sound, Morton continues to redefine the genre. Over a decade ago, he also worked closely with Jackson on his first-ever signature model, creating it the original Jackson way - with pencil, paper and imagination. The resulting Dominion is a uniquely shaped and versatile guitar for all genres of music.
His signature legacy with Jackson continues today with the all-new Pro Series Signature Mark Morton Dominion with Figured Walnut.
The offset chambered body is crafted out of mahogany for added warmth and resonance, and is capped with a gorgeous figured walnut top. The through-body mahogany neck features graphite-reinforcement rods for extra stability and protection against extreme environmental or climate conditions, while a smooth oiled finish on the back of the neck gives it that worn-in playing feel. Designed to handle searing leads, brutal riffs and blazing rhythm runs, the 12"-16" compound radius bound ebony fingerboard hosts 22 medium jumbo frets and attractive shark-eye block inlays.
Featuring chrome covers, DiMarzio Mark Morton Signature Dominion bridge and neck pickups hit with plenty of thick tone with the right balance of attack and sustain ideal for any flavour of metal or hard rock. Expansive tonal possibilities are at your fingertips with a pair of volume and tone controls, three-way toggle switch and two mini-toggle inside-coil selector switches (one for each pickup). A Jackson TOM-Style adjustable bridge with anchored tailpiece improves intonation and sustain across the instruments shorter 24.75" scale.
The versatile Pro Series Signature Mark Morton Dominion sports an elegant Walnut finish with white binding, distinctive three-on-a-side MM Dominion tilt-back matching headstock and chrome hardware.