Bridge Schaller Germany.
Tileul body, maple neck, ebony fingerboard.
22 Frets, HSS configuration, original Jackson pickups, mine is equipped with microphones Dimarzio Tone Zone and 2 Fast Track.
1 Vol, 1 Tone 5-way switch.
I give 9 because I would have liked a splitt for micro bridge.
Nice handle as I do not like thin, low action but I'll redescnedre more.
A little heavy but it is manageable and I will wonderfully.
Access to super sharp, I wonder if it was the case in 24 cases.
It is ideally suited to metal (it's a Jackson as well!) With its tone zone in the bridge was a sound bouré low while well defined, this guitar is full of personality.
the position of the bridge + Centre is great for playing funk (especially if a envelope filter on rajoue)
The central position I do not like the last 2 positions are great for warm cleans and fast track are doing very well even in distortion if you want to play back and forth without breaking the ear against it by not ideal for the blues.
I play a Peavey ValveKing, I'll try it on a Laney VC30 with a good pedal to see what happens.
I vien of aquérir and the Japanese make some of the best series of Japanese Jacksons, I have a Soloist but it does not compete with the stealth!
I owned it before beacoup guitar (LAG collection, Vigier, Musicman and an Ibanez japan and korea range) but this one stands out with his personality and character.
What I like most is the ebony fingerboard and what I do not like is the middle pickup that I find almost useless.
Avaec time I referrer choice but with a different color.