When the fine minds at Jackson designed our Pro Series Soloist™ models, they melded sound, playability and ultra-modern style to create a unique music machine that redefines metal prowess.
Engineered from its inception for high-speed, technically-demanding guitar playing, the Pro SL2P MAH include a resonant mahogany body with a poplar burl top and a one-piece through-body maple neck with scarf joint and graphite reinforcement rods to provide stiffness and stability, guarding against temperature- and humidity-induced bending and warping. Its 12”-16” compound radius ebony fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets is designed for highly technical lightspeed playing—more curved by the nut for comfortable chording, it flattens out as you move up the speedy neck (with hand-rubbed oil back finish) for increasingly fast playing speed and wide bends without fretting out.
Chosen specifically for their incredible sound, a pair of modern Seymour Duncan® Distortion humbucking pickups drives this guitar’s voice, combining for highly balanced, flexible tone, with plenty of high output for pristine cleans and snarling distortion. Single volume and tone controls shape the pickups’ output, which can be further refined with the three-way pickup toggle switch for the precise voice required to bring your musical vision to life. Dive and soar expressively with the Floyd Rose® 1000 Series double-locking tremolo bridge system, recessed for pick hand comfort and providing laser-accurate intonation and ultra-stable tuning.
Jackson has a history of adding striking style to its high-performance instruments, and this axe is no exception. Available in Aqua Shok, Carmel Burl or Desert Sand, the SL2P MAH is completed with alumiloid piranha inlays, Dunlop® strap locks, sealed die-cast tuners and a Jackson pointed 6-in-line matching headstock. The Aqua Shok and Desert Sand models feature black nickel hardwareOnline New Price (10/19): $949.99
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Condition: When the authorized refurbishing factory received this guitar from the manufacturer, they inspected the instrument and couldn't find anything wrong with it. There were no repairs or modifications made to the guitar. However, the whammy bar does not fully tighten so the bar will always hang lose. You won't be able to tighten the bar so it stays in place. A new whammy bar may fix the trick, but we don't have another to test that out. Also, the knobs have some scratches on them which may be difficult to notice in the photos. It was then given a set-up by their certified technicians. Sounds and plays like new.
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