The Dominion is a light and resonant sounding guitar, and it dishes out thick, well-defined tones when feeding an overdriven amp or distortion pedal. The Duncan humbuckers are a great match for this guitar, and their individual coil-split functions greatly increase your sonic palette—whether you’re looking for more spank from the bridge pickup, more definition from the neck unit, or more openness when combined. With one pickup split and the other in humbucker mode, you can use the individual Volume and nicely voiced Tone controls to dial in some very happening clean or distorted sounds—textures you just can’t get on guitars that don’t allow for full control of each pickup. All considered, the Dominion is a hip guitar that walks the line between full-tilt rock machine and something that you could use for blues, jazz fusion, or county. If you’re looking for a high-quality ax that plays great and has lots of flexibility, the Dominion definitely demands a demo.
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