JACKSON SLSXMG SOLOIST X SERIES REVIEW

By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Before anyone starts, no, EMGs do not sound the same in every single guitar. It has a high end razor sharp kind of sound. It has a high end razor sharp kind of sound. One thing that was really annoying was that the arm wasn’t perfectly tight in the cavity, even with it screwed down all the way. Product Experience I own it I’ve tried it I’ve heard about it.

The new Jackson X series is Giving players neck through construction for bolt on prices. You don’t see too many neck-thru guitars with these kinds of specs, and in my opinion, there’s a reason for it. Add to Wish List. The frets on this were decent, and I was able to get some nice action with it. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. Download our Android app. You don’t see too many neck-thru guitars with these kinds of specs, and in my opinion, there’s a reason for it.

Our policies and services are designed to provide you with the ideal shopping experience. The EMG active bridge pickup delivers a razor-sharp attack and incredible sustain for brilliant soloing.

Closest Store Scarborough, Ontario. The bridge is one if the main weak points of this guitar. Did you find this review helpful? Near the body the radius is flatter at about 16 inches.

You don’t see too many neck-thru guitars with these kinds of specs, and in my opinion, there’s a reason for it. This is a somewhat odd combination of woods, but it’s not too much of a big deal thanks to the EMGs installed in it. Click here to recover it. The guitar had a decent weight that was right around the 7 lb mark, so while it’s not exactly “super light” as they say, it’s still a pretty light guitar.

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It’s a licensed bridge that I’m not a huge fan of. Proudly Canadian since One thing that was really annoying was that the arm wasn’t perfectly tight in the cavity, even with it screwed down all the way. With the compound radius fretboard you get a comfortable playability on both ends of the neck. With the neck through construction you get a super smooth feeling all the way up to the 24th fret. Z is one of the X series Soloist guitars. The pickups in this are good enough eoloist stand on their own, and there’s no need to replace them.

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The guitar had a decent weight that was right around the 7 lb mark, so while it’s not jacksoj “super light” as they say, it’s still a pretty light guitar. The controls are simple with a volume and tone with a 3 way blade switch.

The controls are simple with a volume and tone with a 3 way blade switch.

Posted by anonymous on Feb 16, Subscribe solois our free newsletter Subscribe. Log in Become a member. Product Experience I own it I’ve tried it I’ve heard about it. This means that you can get a lower action up there for faster playing and easier bends. This is a somewhat odd combination of woods, but it’s not too much of a big deal thanks to the EMGs installed in it.

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Because it comes with these active EMG’s the basswood body is less noticable. The 81 is in the bridge. Jackson is doing a good thing with these X series guitars.

Did you find this review helpful? Before anyone starts, no, EMGs do not sound the same in every single guitar. The guitars are also cheap enough to where you won’t break the bank buying one of these, and you can have a pretty good “bang for your buck” guitar.

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Bridge and Neck Pickups, Position 3. Add to Wish List.

Request a new review. With the neck through construction you get a super smooth jacson all the way up to the 24th fret.

It has a smoother sound which is better for leads and better for clean tones. One thing that was really annoying was that the arm wasn’t perfectly tight in the cavity, even with it screwed down all sploist way. Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services. Jackson is reviving the X series guitars, and they’re a bit of a mixed bag on certain things. Advanced Print Search View Cart.