Lamb of God Guitarist Mark Morton has led his million-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. He worked closely with Jackson on his signature model, creating it the original Jackson way - with pencil, paper and imagination. The result is the Mark Morton Dominion - a versatile guitar for all types of music.
Mark Morton Pro Dominion
Bound and chambered mahogany body, DiMarzio Mark Morton signature pickups with dual-circuit design (lead and rhythm) and two-way slider switch, three-way toggle pickup selector switch, dedicated coil tap for head pickup, 24.75” scale length, quartersawn mahogany through-body neck with oiled back finish and graphite reinforcement, distinctive three-on-a-side Mark Morton headstock, compound-radius (12”-16”) bound ebony fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and shark-eye block inlays, compensated bridge with stop tailpiece, gold hardware and Jackon locking tuning machines.
2910138503 Gloss Black
Signature X Series DX2
Compound-radius (12“-16”) bound rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets, dual DiMarzio Mark Morton signature humbucking pickups, 24.75” scale length, one-piece through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement, distinctive three-on-a-side Jackson Mark Morton Dominion headstock, adjustable bridge with stop tailpiece, and chrome hardware.
2910606268 Stain Black
2910606585 Trans Black
Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton stood at the forefront of a new breed of metal (and Jackson) artists in the mid-2000s, with an aggressive style that combined dazzling speed, sharply precise riffing, searing intensity and distinctive tight chording. When he collaborated with Jackson on a signature model, he wanted a special instrument design that bore his own special design stamp.
Morton chose a body style that was in essence a slightly modified version of the Swee-Tone™ Jazz’r™, a non-pointy and hence decidedly atypical Jackson model from the late 1990s. Morton’s design rendered the Jazz’r’s shallow double cutaways, rounded horns and slightly offset waist in a new chambered-mahogany model with an elegant flame maple top. Further loaded with a wealth of high-performance neck, pickups, electronics and hardware features, Morton’s signature model was dubbed the Dominion and released to great acclaim in 2006.