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Description & Specs

The Jackson Pro Series Soloist SL3R is an assertive state-of-the-art axe designed for comfort, playability and versatile sound. A resonant basswood body features ergonomically contoured curves and is paired with a through-body neck for reduced playing fatigue. The maple neck also features graphite-reinforcement rods for rock-solid stability against climate-induced warping and an oiled back finish for extra smooth playability. A direct mount Seymour Duncan Distortion TB-6 bridge pickup delivers tight and mean lows with a searing top end for rock or metal styles, while the direct mount Seymour Duncan Custom Flat Strat SSL-6 RWRP Single-Coil middle and Seymour Duncan Custom Flat Strat SSL-6 Single-Coil neck pickups broaden this axe's versatility with a powerful bite. This versatile triple threat pickup combination is the perfect mix of crunchy sustain and sparkling clean tone.


Basswood body with mirror top
Through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement, scarf joint and oiled back finish
12"-16" compound radius bound ebony fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and mirror piranha tooth inlays
Direct mount Seymour Duncan Distortion TB-6 bridge, Seymour Duncan Custom Flat Strat SSL-6 RWRP Single-Coil middle and Seymour Duncan Custom Flat Strat SSL Single-Coil neck pickups
Five-position pickup blade switch, single volume control and single tone control
Floyd Rose 1000 Series double-locking tremolo bridge system
Jackson sealed die-cast tuners
Case: Sold separately
Weight: 7 lb 12 oz



The guitar has a few very minor finish checks on the mirror top. The techs found no other issues. It looks, plays and sounds great! Please see pictures for over all condition of the guitar. The actual item for sale is shown in the photographs.

More Info:

We are an authorized dealer for brand approved manufacturer refurbished guitars. 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. They are sent there for many reasons, including: returns, cosmetic flaws, minor repairs, surplus & discontinued or last years models. The guitars serial number may be partially altered and/or replaced and the back of the headstock is lightly stamped "used" by the authorized refurbishing center per manufacturer agreements.