“High gain and low tunings are what the DKA8 handles really well,” said Horsley. “The clean tones, incidentally, are perfectly usable, with a good range between the warm elasticity of the neck pickup and the sharp clarity of the bridge ‘bucker.”
This same model ranked recently ranked No. 2 on the website’s best eight-string guitar list.
Horsley’s verdict said that the DKA8 is a “guitar designed with the post-progressive metaller in mind,” and that “it takes the hot-rodded S-type concept to new extremes.”
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