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STC-Shaped Guitar from Jackson belonging to the USA Select series.

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  • The Excalibur!

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 02/09/13 at 08:05
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    Jackson SL1 Soloist Custom Snakeskin: Snakeskin finish handmade wood and selected
    Manufacture: USA
    pink floyd
    24 frets, jumbo frets
    1 volume, 1 tone
    one humbucking Seymour Duncan SH4
    a simple stack seymour duncan Classic mid
    seymour duncan classic stack in the neck position
    HSS configuration so

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is a true wonder!! a motorway
    This is a handle to compound radius: offset 12 to 16
    ergonomics is superb, it is very well balanced choices she made her weight is immediately understand that we have a real guitar with solid wood good (compared to my Japanese light as feathers!)
    the junction of the neck / body is nonexistent! no heel
    perfect for......
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    Jackson SL1 Soloist Custom Snakeskin: Snakeskin finish handmade wood and selected
    Manufacture: USA
    pink floyd
    24 frets, jumbo frets
    1 volume, 1 tone
    one humbucking Seymour Duncan SH4
    a simple stack seymour duncan Classic mid
    seymour duncan classic stack in the neck position
    HSS configuration so

    UTILIZATION

    the handle is a true wonder!! a motorway
    This is a handle to compound radius: offset 12 to 16
    ergonomics is superb, it is very well balanced choices she made her weight is immediately understand that we have a real guitar with solid wood good (compared to my Japanese light as feathers!)
    the junction of the neck / body is nonexistent! no heel
    perfect for solo, you could even add freight no problem!
    fingers glide alone on the sleeve! ca play alone! on the other hand is ultra precise, any hang up it means and looks like an idiot! lol

    SOUNDS

    yeah it is suitable for my style of music!
    it's more versatile than it looks! you can play funk, rock, pop rock, punk, hard rock, heavy metal: p thrash metal! the immediately is his favorite!
    jadore because ca may sound modern, but when there is even a grain pti 80/90: p ca feels megadeth a full nose sometimes! : P
    I play on a Marshall JVM 215c
    and amp reproduces all the sounds of this guitar!
    super bass harmonics galore! take notes for hours! no need to call Gary Moore! ^ ^ (RIP)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months
    I played a little close on any kind of guitar: ibanez rg prestige (super no, its a little too neo / electro)
    Mexican fender strat, telecaster
    esp: Kh: 3 KH2
    jackson randy rhoads I have, I own warrior
    PRS: 513 (may be my future ^ ^)
    epiphone les paul
    in short, all that the is the best jackson and compared with the ESP bah c jackson who wins! I know better and are not kelke thing happens with the one lol
    Price bah c cheap, but I got a € 2,800 in store, some website features the a € 2600 and many others beyond 3000 €!
    So good I'm doing not too bad
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  • A nice guitar that just fell short for me.

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 07/29/12 at 10:51
    This is an American made guitar that has been under Fender ownership for some time now. It is equipped with an original Floyd Rose double locking tremolo in a chrome finish. The guitar is a neck thru body design and the neck is made of quarter sawn maple. It is topped off with a 24 jumbo fret ebony fret board and has the characteristic mother of pearl shark fin inlays. The neck is speed contoured with a compound radius fret board meaning the radius goes from 9.25 to 14 from nut to 24th fret. The pickups are made by Seymour Duncan and consist of a JB TB4 at the bridge, and a classic stack single coil sized hum bucker in the middle and neck position. The classic stacks are......
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    This is an American made guitar that has been under Fender ownership for some time now. It is equipped with an original Floyd Rose double locking tremolo in a chrome finish. The guitar is a neck thru body design and the neck is made of quarter sawn maple. It is topped off with a 24 jumbo fret ebony fret board and has the characteristic mother of pearl shark fin inlays. The neck is speed contoured with a compound radius fret board meaning the radius goes from 9.25 to 14 from nut to 24th fret. The pickups are made by Seymour Duncan and consist of a JB TB4 at the bridge, and a classic stack single coil sized hum bucker in the middle and neck position. The classic stacks are capable of producing single coil tone while using negative hum coil to reject noise. There are two control knobs responsible for master volume and master tone. Pickup selection is achieved through a 5 way selector switch. The guitar is a 25.5 scale instrument and the model I owned had a maple top over an alder body. The maple top only comes on transparent finishes so all other non transparent models are solid alder.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is designed to be a shredders dream so there is full access all the way to the 24th fret with no issue. The compound radius design allows for the best of both worlds. Chording on the neck remains easy on the lower register while still providing swift playability is assured towards the upper frets. The action can be set lower relative to a regular fret board without worry of fretting out of difficulty in voicing chords. The guitar has a nice overall sound to it. It is a bit more aggressive than a standard Stratocaster and has more a good articulate feel to it. The design is very comfortable against the body and is at home on a knee or over the shoulder for a long session. All and all it is a good guitar but nothing really stands out sonically in my opinion.

    SOUNDS

    I used this guitar with a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, an Ampeg VL-503, a Peavey XXX, Amplitube 2, and Gutar Rig 3. Although the sound was quality in nature it did not suit my taste. It did have areas it was impressive in such as the playability but either the maple top or the pickup selection were not to my liking. Possibly I expected more from the instrument as many people do love it and it was not a poor sound it just did not "do it" for me. The best sounds I found on it were heavy rock and dirty lightly overdriven tones. I found my Stratocasters and Telecasters covered blues and cleans far better and I had other guitars that played metal better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The thing that disturbed me most about this guitar was the quality of the parts. While the body and neck were impeccably finished I found issue with the control knobs and 5 way switch. I had originally tried a used model out and was disappointed to find the 5 way was inoperable in 2 positions as well as missing the plastic tip and the pots seemed very wiggly, as if they were in desperate need of tightening. I attributed this to the previous owner’s lack of care and ordered a new model. I was very disturbed to find within days of ownership that I was constantly opening the guitar up to tighten the volume pot in and the 5 way was already showing signs of failing, very scratchy and needed to be jiggled in and out of position to get a full contact. For a guitar of this price point there sound be no issues whatsoever in my opinion. After a week I decided the instrument was not for me and I returned it. I understand things on a guitar may need replacing or modifications applied to get the instrument the way you want it but when you are starting at a $2,000 plus price point the instrument should be a good fit for the purchaser and modifications should be something that is grown into. I really wanted to own this guitar but knowing what I know now I was not a good fit for that particular axe so take what I say with a grain of salt. If you are interested you should try one yourself before making a large monetary investment.
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  • Jackson SL1-Soloist

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 10/23/03 at 15:00
    When I saw this guitar in the Jackson catalog, I just had to have it. I haggled with Musician's Friend over the price and ended up paying somewhere around $1150 for it with a free case!

    I love the way this thing plays. The through neck, super low action, and smooth ebony fretboard make for great playability and awesome tone. The locking original Flyod Rose NEVER goes out of tune. And it's easy as hell to make this guitar scream.

    There is nothing that I don't like about this guitar, except for a slight double-noting on the third string on the upper frets (16-18).

    I've had this guitar for quite some time, and it's as solid as the day I bought it.

    If you want a great guitar for......
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    When I saw this guitar in the Jackson catalog, I just had to have it. I haggled with Musician's Friend over the price and ended up paying somewhere around $1150 for it with a free case!

    I love the way this thing plays. The through neck, super low action, and smooth ebony fretboard make for great playability and awesome tone. The locking original Flyod Rose NEVER goes out of tune. And it's easy as hell to make this guitar scream.

    There is nothing that I don't like about this guitar, except for a slight double-noting on the third string on the upper frets (16-18).

    I've had this guitar for quite some time, and it's as solid as the day I bought it.

    If you want a great guitar for shredding, this is the one to have. I only wish it had come with EMG's in it, the only thing I would change. All around though, a fine instrument, and it's made in the U.S., what more could you want?

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Jackson USA Select SL-1

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 08/20/03 at 15:00
    I bought this guitar form Mississppi music about a month ago, and i have not put it down since then. It was a great price $1100.00 with all the works.I am a big fan of Megadeth so i tried the jackson and BAMM i fell in love with it.Its a lot better the my ESP Custom Expoler.

    What i love about this guitar every thing the paint job blue ghost flames, which look friggin sweet on this guitar. The neck thru-body is very cool and comfy,the ebony fret board w/the shark fin inlays..ohh God i love my guitar.the neck is fast and the pickups Seymour duncan ,which i theink are better than the EMG 81's on my ESP, give the package the final touch to make it the total package.


    Only the Floyd rose......
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    I bought this guitar form Mississppi music about a month ago, and i have not put it down since then. It was a great price $1100.00 with all the works.I am a big fan of Megadeth so i tried the jackson and BAMM i fell in love with it.Its a lot better the my ESP Custom Expoler.

    What i love about this guitar every thing the paint job blue ghost flames, which look friggin sweet on this guitar. The neck thru-body is very cool and comfy,the ebony fret board w/the shark fin inlays..ohh God i love my guitar.the neck is fast and the pickups Seymour duncan ,which i theink are better than the EMG 81's on my ESP, give the package the final touch to make it the total package.


    Only the Floyd rose its a hell of a thing to take the off the put in the strings so on and so forth.

    Its a neck-thru body very sweet. The quality of this guitar is pure 100% killer i have never played or seen a guitar better than this. The quility is a supreme force that towers over the rest. It is a start style which is always comfertable. The electronics are well put together and the hard ware is great.

    If you have money to blow or even if you dont get this it is pure and great. But is you are not skilled it would be a waste. Plus the Floyd rose is a problem but it is better than the problem. SO GET ONE NOW our a DK-2 or SL-3 both great.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Metal machine

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 02/26/12 at 07:33
    Alder body (flamed maple top on transparent finishes)
    Neck-thru-body quartersawn maple
    Die-cast tuners
    Ebony fingerboard
    24 jumbo frets
    Mother-of-pearl shark fin position inlays
    Bound fingerboard and headstock
    Matching headstock on transparent finishes
    Inlaid mother-of-pearl Jackson logo
    Seymour Duncan JB TB4 humbucker (bridge) and Classic Stack humbuckers (middle, neck)
    Master volume, master Floyd Rose Original double-locking 2-point tremolo
    25-1/2" scale
    5-way pickup switch
    Black hardware (chrome on transparent finishes)
    CTS pots and Switchcraft switches


    UTILIZATION

    Seems like these have been the prototypical "super strats"......
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    Alder body (flamed maple top on transparent finishes)
    Neck-thru-body quartersawn maple
    Die-cast tuners
    Ebony fingerboard
    24 jumbo frets
    Mother-of-pearl shark fin position inlays
    Bound fingerboard and headstock
    Matching headstock on transparent finishes
    Inlaid mother-of-pearl Jackson logo
    Seymour Duncan JB TB4 humbucker (bridge) and Classic Stack humbuckers (middle, neck)
    Master volume, master Floyd Rose Original double-locking 2-point tremolo
    25-1/2" scale
    5-way pickup switch
    Black hardware (chrome on transparent finishes)
    CTS pots and Switchcraft switches


    UTILIZATION

    Seems like these have been the prototypical "super strats" forever. Shredders everywhere pretty much agree, whether they use them or not, that these are the original deal. I have the swirl model, which I think looks pretty darn cool. The finish on these, by the way, is very very nice. And for 2k I think it should be. Jackson USA has not diminished very much in quality over the years. This is a well appointed axe. Ebony on the fingerboard feels good. The fretwork is great. Action and tension are good. I have never been a huge fan of alder bodies, but with the set thru neck it kind of works. I like the neck on these SL1's okay. It's kind of like a fender neck that has been tapered more toward the body. The compound radius is a nice touch. I wish everyone would make them like this.

    SOUNDS

    This is not gonna sound like a les paul guys. Thru neck or not, we are talking about an all maple body and neck with alder wings. It's gonna sound like a buzzsaw. I'm not a huge fan of the JB pickup, but in here it actually sounds pretty decent. It's not overly fat in this guitar. This tone will cut...and I mean that. No muddiness allowed here. Single coils are stacked. So you won't get any literal single coil or fender sounds out of the sl1. Kind of a bummer really. But then again, who is gonna want that with this guitar?

    OVERALL OPINION

    You are pretty restricted with what styles of music you can do with a guitar like this. Even in the studio it's off limits for anything other than rock or metal. I think it would benefit from a pickup change, not because the stock pickups are bad, but because I would just like something different. Build wise, this guitar is worth the asking price. No real flaws anywhere on it. I have had JAckson USA stuff that I was not happy with, but fortunately this one is flawless. I would say try before you buy. You never know what junk might come in the mail.
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  • Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 11/15/05 at 07:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in America.
    Channel driver, 24 frets.

    Seymour Duncan S, S, H.
    Horse dble original floyd rose locking.

    1 Volume, 1 tone, 1 5-way switch.

    Action very low neck and floyd perfectly tuned.

    Finish beautiful and magnificent painting "Earl dess swirl": 10/10

    UTILIZATION

    Handle extremely enjoyable, though varnished, very easy and accessible, especially in the treble: amazing! Channel driver requires.
    Bne is the key, which is pleasant trs.

    The guitar is heavy but the ergonomics (partly thanks to the form strato) is almost perfect, guitars jackson problem: I think the potart volume is too close to the bridge, it bothers me sometimes.

    The Seymour Duncan pickups are a......
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    Made in America.
    Channel driver, 24 frets.

    Seymour Duncan S, S, H.
    Horse dble original floyd rose locking.

    1 Volume, 1 tone, 1 5-way switch.

    Action very low neck and floyd perfectly tuned.

    Finish beautiful and magnificent painting "Earl dess swirl": 10/10

    UTILIZATION

    Handle extremely enjoyable, though varnished, very easy and accessible, especially in the treble: amazing! Channel driver requires.
    Bne is the key, which is pleasant trs.

    The guitar is heavy but the ergonomics (partly thanks to the form strato) is almost perfect, guitars jackson problem: I think the potart volume is too close to the bridge, it bothers me sometimes.

    The Seymour Duncan pickups are a bit noisy (too many mediums, little heat) to my taste, but I think I can find a satisfactory adjustment.
    Finally after a few weeks of use, nothing to say about the sound ... Evidemmment if the search of his warm and dripping gibson it will go his way. Harmonics emerge from splendid way.

    8 / 10 for the volume knob bothers me when I want to play the hand on the bridge. For a guitar this price is unforgivable!

    SOUNDS

    - Yes it suits my style of music, I have to sell my old jackson now.
    - Amp Tube class A and A / B.
    - Crystal clear sound and powerful microphone with acute sounds warmer with micro handle simple ...
    - Lots of harmonics and sustain, it is much appreciated.

    10/10.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been using less than a week, I will put this assessment over the day my discoveries with this guitar.

    - I prefer particularity: neck-very comfortable, very good sustain and harmonics.
    - Features I like least, the volume knob would be MRIT to 2cm below the bridge, in order not to interfere with the game

    - I have tried many other models before acqurir not found a guitar that suits me better without going through the custom shop ... And can not afford to go through the Custom Shop.

    - Guitar normment CHRE ... But I think it's worth, the finish is impeccable. I would say that the report is qualitprix OK.

    - With the exprience I would do this choice with his eyes closed, it is the ultimate guitar I wanted.
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  • Great graphic on this

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 10/02/11 at 15:27
    This is the standard guitar that Jackson has released for who knows how long. This particular guitar is one of the few that actually has an air brushed graphic on it to help make it stand out a bit more from the pack. It's a bit more "metal" than some of the other ones. The guitar features an alder body with a maple neck-thru design, an ebony fretboard with 24 extra jumbo frets, sharkfin inlays, an original floyd rose, HSS configuration, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar had a really nice weight to it. It wasn't too heavy, and it balanced nicely. The access to the higher frets is awesome thanks to it being a neck-thru design. I was able to get to......
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    This is the standard guitar that Jackson has released for who knows how long. This particular guitar is one of the few that actually has an air brushed graphic on it to help make it stand out a bit more from the pack. It's a bit more "metal" than some of the other ones. The guitar features an alder body with a maple neck-thru design, an ebony fretboard with 24 extra jumbo frets, sharkfin inlays, an original floyd rose, HSS configuration, one volume, one tone and a five way switch.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar had a really nice weight to it. It wasn't too heavy, and it balanced nicely. The access to the higher frets is awesome thanks to it being a neck-thru design. I was able to get to the 24th fret without any issues at all. The fretwork on this was top notch, too. The frets were properly leveled, and the neck was perfectly straight. I got some real sick action with this, and it was a real blast to play. The floyd on this is an original floyd rose, and that happens to be one of my favorite floyds ever made. It just feels right to me for whatever reason. The flutter is one of the best in the industry, too.

    SOUNDS

    The guitar had a fairly bright and bitey sound to it, and a lot of this is thanks to the body wood combination. The guitar had a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge and Classic Stack singles in the neck/middle position. The JB in the bridge was great at being able to do any style you can think of. Despite this looking fairly menacing, this guitar can do anything from blues to death metal, assuming you have the right amp. That said, the JB in this was a bit bright, and I would probably swap it out with something else to help make the guitar thicker. The Classic Stack pickups are pretty cool in the neck and middle positions. I was able to get some really nice clean tones and decent lead tones with these. However, I would have preferred a Hot Rails in the neck position.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's a very intimidating looking guitar, but don't let looks fool you. This guitar can really do nearly any style you can think of with the correct amp pairing. The one thing you need to pay attention to is the price. These are pretty expensive new, so I recommend buying used. You'll get the best deal that way. The guitars are fairly consistent, so buying sight unseen isn't too much of an issue like it used to be back during the Fender transition years.
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  • Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 06/15/06 at 14:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All t adj said.
    Mine is a red table possde Saddle flame the most beautiful effect (see my profile)
    It's good trs

    UTILIZATION

    I've never met a perfect ergonomics as:
    Channel super enjoyable, preque as round and fat as a Les Paul (it estloin sleeve for Ibanez)
    - Access in acute unbeatable, the 24 boxes are easily accessible, the heel has a great profile pensbr /> - reasonable weight trs

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are of high quality trs. Clearly we get single coil sounds quasi Start with a chorus trs is enjoyable, with a sense of compression of sound and tidy but lacks a bit of slapping and personals to compete Start with the best of us. Note the volume loss when switching from......
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    All t adj said.
    Mine is a red table possde Saddle flame the most beautiful effect (see my profile)
    It's good trs

    UTILIZATION

    I've never met a perfect ergonomics as:
    Channel super enjoyable, preque as round and fat as a Les Paul (it estloin sleeve for Ibanez)
    - Access in acute unbeatable, the 24 boxes are easily accessible, the heel has a great profile pensbr /> - reasonable weight trs

    SOUNDS

    The sounds are of high quality trs. Clearly we get single coil sounds quasi Start with a chorus trs is enjoyable, with a sense of compression of sound and tidy but lacks a bit of slapping and personals to compete Start with the best of us. Note the volume loss when switching from double to single (corrected rhaussant microphones simple and lowering the double the height of the strings).
    In saturated is a pleasure rel. While the sound is not as big as my pais and Les Paul Studio, but it is trs sharp, clean and neat, compact trs. S'enchanent plans with a fluidity rare whistling harmonics with a rel happiness
    The floyd trs sensible about it and performs perfectly his office.
    Obviously that must have sounded the gear derrire: test before you buy a Ibanez Valbee, the sound clear but silent drinking littralement shit (my words and I PSE) in saturated ( no tuft edge). On my Systm pramp Mesa, Engl and Poweramp baffle the SL-1 Mesa breathes and expresses its pontentiel

    OVERALL OPINION

    Finally a good trs guitar in the style of Super Start this level there's not much.
    - Music Man Silhouette: I too tried to speak, when I see mine reu
    - Vigier Excalibur: unquestionably the best of its clear, with more brilliance and slamming, but far trs derrire the SL-1 with respect to saturation.

    And as Vigier, acqurir US Soloist is a trs expensive: be between 2000 and 3000 in nine around 1500 in OCCAZ '.
    But in the end still has a good scratch, designed for saturation. With a mahogany body and a handle a bit more pais, I would have been 10, but hey 9 is also excellent.
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  • Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 02/20/07 at 03:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We will not repeat all eh, I just want to point out that mine is an old series, it is equipped at the base of an active micro SLR Kit H / S / S...sympa, but I ended by opting for an EMG kit anyway: p

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice

    access to acute nikel

    perfectly balanced, fairly heavy weight, about 6 pounds .... accajou forces;)

    the sound ... it all depends on what you put behind ...

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for metal

    I play a marshall combo and GT8

    with EMG, we can obtain easily a crunch on the clean sound through 81, and a clear sound much softer on the SA. In any distortion ... it hard: D

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since May 2006.

    the only fault he has already been......
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    We will not repeat all eh, I just want to point out that mine is an old series, it is equipped at the base of an active micro SLR Kit H / S / S...sympa, but I ended by opting for an EMG kit anyway: p

    UTILIZATION

    Channel super nice

    access to acute nikel

    perfectly balanced, fairly heavy weight, about 6 pounds .... accajou forces;)

    the sound ... it all depends on what you put behind ...

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for metal

    I play a marshall combo and GT8

    with EMG, we can obtain easily a crunch on the clean sound through 81, and a clear sound much softer on the SA. In any distortion ... it hard: D

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since May 2006.

    the only fault he has already been cited, the volume knob should be lower, and personally, I think the pickup selector it should be removed because its access is not clear if have to change very quickly.

    I bought used and I hesitate € 1000 for a similar guitar but with the possibility of putting a humbucker in the neck
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  • The original neckthru Jackson

    Jackson USA SL1 SoloistPublished on 09/23/11 at 07:44
    The Jackson SL1 is one of the flagship models that Jackson has offered for years upon years. It was built in the 80s to serve those who want absolute performance out of their guitars. This guitar features a strat style alder body, maple neck, ebony fretboard with sharkfin inlays, original Floyd Rose, HSS configuration, a volume knob, a tone knob and a 5 way blade switch.

    UTILIZATION

    Jackson's neck-thru design is wonderful. There is absolutely no issues at all with getting to the higher frets. Those of you who had issues with the Dinky DK1 will probably be looking into either this or the SL2. The really cool thing about this is that it has a compound radius. That means that......
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    The Jackson SL1 is one of the flagship models that Jackson has offered for years upon years. It was built in the 80s to serve those who want absolute performance out of their guitars. This guitar features a strat style alder body, maple neck, ebony fretboard with sharkfin inlays, original Floyd Rose, HSS configuration, a volume knob, a tone knob and a 5 way blade switch.

    UTILIZATION

    Jackson's neck-thru design is wonderful. There is absolutely no issues at all with getting to the higher frets. Those of you who had issues with the Dinky DK1 will probably be looking into either this or the SL2. The really cool thing about this is that it has a compound radius. That means that chording on the lower register is much easier to do, and big bends on the higher register won't fret out like they would on a normal radius. The fretwork on this guitar is usually really good, too.

    SOUNDS

    This is probably the most versatile guitar that Jackson offers. The guitar comes equipped with Seymour Duncan pickups, and the pickups are awesome. In the bridge, you have the iconic Duncan JB. This has a bit of a searing quality to it, and while it's not super tight, it's just tight enough to work with most any style out there. In the middle and neck, you have the Duncan Classic Stack pickups. These are very versatile single coils that can deliver nearly any tone you're looking for. While most people associate Jacksons with metal, this guitar can really do it all thanks to its versatile configuration.

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you're looking for one of the most versatile guitars that Jackson has to offer, you should really check this model out. While I generally prefer the Dinky guitars due to their bolt-on construction, the Jackson Soloist is a great guitar that should be able to do nearly any style you'd like.
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