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Description & Specs

The Jackson Pro Series Soloist SL2A MAH HT electric guitar is a modern rock-and-metal player’s dream. Its oiled maple neck and all-duty compound-radius ebony fingerboard will give you the freedom to explore new heights and plumb new depths of high-gain glory. Onboard Seymour Duncan Distortion pickups kick out smoking-hot midrange clarity, as well as lower-end growl and bite. And a Jackson HT6 string-through hardtail bridge provides killer sustain support and keeps you in tune. Topped with eye-catching black nickel hardware, the Jackson Pro Soloist SL2A MAH HT is as gig-ready as they come. Guitarists here at Sweetwater love the sound and feel of the Jackson Pro Soloist SL2A MAH HT, and we’re confident that discerning players from all genres will too


Features

Body Type - Solidbody
Body Shape - Pro Series Soloist
Body Material - Mahogany
Top Material - Ash
Body Finish - Gloss
Color - Unicorn White
Neck Material - Maple
Neck Shape - Speed Neck
Neck Joint - Neck-through
Radius - 12"-16" compound
Fingerboard Material - Ebony
Fingerboard Inlay - Pearloid Piranha Teeth
Number of Frets - 24, Jumbo
Scale Length - 25.5"
Nut Width - 1.6875"
Nut Material - Black Plastic
Bridge/Tailpiece - Jackson HT6 String-through body
Tuners - Jackson Sealed Die-cast Locking
Neck Pickup - Seymour Duncan Distortion SH-6N Humbucker
Bridge Pickup - Seymour Duncan Distortion TB-6 Humbucker
Controls - 1 x master volume, 1 x masster tone
Switching - 3-way toggle pickup switch
Case: Sold separately
Weight 7.4 lbs


Condition:

The guitar has a small chip in the finish next to the pickup (see pics) Otherwise, It looks, plays and sounds great! The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.

More Info:

We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars and musical instruments. These guitars are sent directly from the manufacturer to the authorized refurbishing center where they are fully inspected, set up and cleared by a certified technician. The guitars are sent there for many reasons, including: cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars are given a new serial number and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" or "2nd" by the authorized refurbishing center. These guitars are the next best thing to buying new!