Jackson Chris Broderick Soloist 7

Jackson Chris Broderick Soloist 7

New 7-string signature model from Jackson – the Chris Broderick Soloist 7. Working with Jackson Custom Shop Master Builder Mike Shannon, Broderick designed his own special take on the venerable Soloist, with an offset arch-top mahogany body and quilt maple top (with matching headstock).

Features include quartersawn maple neck with quilt maple binding and Floyd Rose nut, natural body and headstock binding, ebony fingerboard, Broderick-designed Custom DiMarizio direct-mounted humbucking neck and bridge pickups and recessed Floyd Rose Pro bridge.

Jackson Chris Broderick Soloist 7

When Chris Broderick joined a revitalized Megadeth in 2008, fans were awestruck by his dazzling thrash fretwork. Jackson now honors this modern metal master with the Chris Broderick Soloist, in six-string and seven-string models.

Jackson Chris Broderick Soloist 7 features:

  • Body Material: Mahogany sides and back with Quilt Maple top
  • Number of Frets: 24
  • Fret Size: Jumbo Frets
  • Fingerboard Radius: 12″ (30.4 cm)
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Neck Material: Quartersawn Maple
  • Nut Width: 1.875″ (47.6 mm)
  • Scale Length: 25.5″ (64.8 cm)
  • Pickup Configuration: H/H
  • Bridge Pickup: Chris Broderick designed Custom DiMarzio® (direct mounted)
  • Neck Pickup: Chris Broderick designed Custom DiMarzio® (direct mounted)
  • Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle: Position 1. Bridge Pickup, Position 2. Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Neck Pickup
  • Special Electronics: Killswitch
  • Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone, Killswitch
  • Bridge: Floyd Rose Pro (recessed)
  • Tuning Machines: Planet Waves Auto-Trim
  • String Nut: Jackson® Floyd Rose Nut

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