Sleek and fast, the Jackson SL2Q Pro Series Soloist features an alder body with a striking quilt maple top, 3-piece through-body maple neck with graphite reinforcement and hand-rubbed oil finish, compound-radius (12″-16″) ebony fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and alumiloid piranha inlays, white neck and headstock binding, direct-mount Seymour Duncan JB TB-4 (bridge) and SH-1 ’59 (neck) humbucking pickups with 3-way toggle switching, Floyd Rose bridge, black chrome hardware and Dunlop strap locks.
The SL2Q Pro Series Soloist is one of eight new fearsome Pro Series models that Jackson have engineered for superior playability and shredding.
Jackson SL2Q Pro Series Soloist features:
- Body: Alder
- Neck Shape: Speed Neck
- Number of Frets: 24
- Fret Size: Jumbo
- Position Inlays: Alumiloid Piranha
- Fretboard Radius: 12” to 16” Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm)
- Headstock Binding: White, .5mm deep
- Fretboard: Ebony
- Neck Material: 3-Piece Maple with Graphite Reinforcement
- Neck Finish: Oiled
- Nut Width: 1.6875″ (43 mm)
- Scale Length: 25.5″ (64.8 cm)
- Headstock: Jackson Pointed 6 In-Line
- Neck Binding: White, .5mm deep
- Truss Rods: Dual-Action
- Pickup Configuration: H/H
- Bridge Pickup: Seymour Duncan JB TB4 Humbucking Bridge Pickupv
- Neck Pickup: Seymour Duncan ‘5 SH1N Humbucking Neck Pickup – Direct Mount
- Pickup Switching: 3-Position Toggle: Up: Neck Pickup, Middle: Bridge and Neck Pickups, Down: Bridge Pickup
- Controls: Master Volume, Master Tone
- Hardware: Black Chrome
- Bridge: Recessed Floyd Rose FRT-O2000 Double-Locking Tremolo
- Tuning Machines: Jackson Die-Cast
- String Nut: Floyd Rose R3
- Switch Tip: Black Switch Tip
- Colours: Trans Black, Trans Red.
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