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Jackson SL3 Soloist Electric Guitar
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The Jackson SL3 Soloist electric guitar features an alder body with a flame maple top on transparent finishes. Its maple neck through body combined w...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Jackson SL3 Soloist electric guitar features an alder body with a flame maple top on transparent finishes. Its maple neck through body combined with its compound radius rosewood fingerboard provides amazing sustain, and quick playability. It is powered by a Seymour Duncan JB humbucker in the bridge position, and a Hot Rails in the middle and neck position. It also features a Floyd Rose tremolo and black hardware.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
- Body: alder with flame maple veneer on transparent colors
- Neck: neck thru body rock maple with scarf joint headstock
- Neck dimensions: 3rd fret: .790", 12th fret: .850"
- Tuning machines: sealed die-cast tuners
- Fingerboard: rosewood
- Frets: 24 jumbo frets
- Bridge pickup: Seymour Duncan JB TB4 Humbucking Pickup
- Middle pickup: Seymour Duncan SHR-1N Humbucking Pickup
- Neck pickup: Seymour Duncan SHR-1N Humbucking Pickup
- Controls: master volume, master tone
- Bridge: Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 tremolo
- 5-position blade pickups switching:
- Position 1. Bridge Pickup
- Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup
- Position 3. Middle Pickup
- Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup
- Position 5. Neck Pickup
- Hardware: black
- Scale length: 25.5"
- Width at nut: 1-11/16"
- MOTO shark fin position inlays
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I have the natural finish. The "flaming" is nice - you want superb - get an SL1. The shark-fin inlays are nicely set but made of the cheaper plastic - Still This thing looks hot from 5 feet away and if your fans are any closer than that, call security. Sounds REALLY Nice. A thru maple neck classically lends guitars a brighter sound so cranked this guitar is really nice for metal.The TB-4 has that howling open wah PAF sound - slightly less defined than a PAF Pro but Much hotter. Clean this guitar sparkles. The hot-rails put forth no mud but lots of power, clarity and definition. Sustain is nice - not great - past the twelfth fret sustain drops off a bit more.Neck feel is fast, thin, flat n' wide with easy upper fret access.A Superb Shredder Cranked This thing Growls - roll back the volume and treble and you have a really nice touch-feel-blues sound.The Jackson SL1 Is better on many levels but the the SL3 is still An Excellent guitar for the cash - an all round winner.
Cool case. Amazing humbucker and single coils. Sounds and plays like a guitar worth millions. Wonderful for live and recording. You MUST get it. Versatility machine too.