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An upgraded Jackson Soloist with the looks, feel, and sound that metal monsters love...
Jackson presents an upgraded version of the SL3MG Soloist Guitar—the Pro Series SL3MG is a dual EMG Soloist (neck-thru body) with a Floyd Rose. The SL3MG features an alder body (with flame maple veneer on trans finishes), through-body maple neck, 24-fret compound radius rosewood fingerboard, EMG-81 active humbucking (bridge) and 85 active (neck) pickups, Floyd Rose double-locking tremolo and black hardware.
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Comments about Jackson SL3MG Soloist Electric Guitar with Floyd Rose Bridge:
I own the SL3MG in Green Swirl. This thing plays like hot, melted butter. Fast, fast, and did I mention fast? It sounds great with the EMG 81 in the bridge and 85 in the neck. The 85 is just right with 24 fret guitars. I like the 60 better for 22 fret guitars. I lowered the action to just barely above the frets and added a Floyd Upgrades.com trem stop to make it dive-only. It is solid and lets me dive bomb away! The ftret work on this thing is superb. The neck is straight and level. It can play any style of music from pretty and clean to mean and brutal. I love it!
BTW, I have a RR5FR that I love, too. Jacksons are very addictive. Once you own one, you will want more.
I love the 24 jumbo frets, neck-thru and the 81/85 EMG pickups. The Floyd Rose is great, too. It is light and fast.
The Japanese have done a fantastic job with this one. Their quality is very, very high.
Mine is the green swirl which costs $200 more than plain black. It impresses everyone that sees it and I am glad that spent the extra money. It plays like a $2000+ guitar, so it is a pretty good deal.