Jackson SLS3 Soloist
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Jackson SLS3 Soloist

SLS3 Soloist, ST モデル from Jackson belonging to the SLS3 Soloist model.

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Hatsubai 06/24/2011

Jackson SLS3 Soloist : Hatsubai のユーザーレビュー (content in English)

"Neat new Jackson"
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This Jackson has the following specs:

Mahogany carved top body
Neck-thru mahogany neck with an ebony fretboard and 24 frets
Some unique inlays
A hard tail bridge
One volume, one tone and a three way switch
HH configuration with Seymour Duncan '59 pickups

UTILIZATION

Jackson did a pretty cool job with this guitar. It's similar to the DXMGT, but it's mahogany with an ebony fretboard. Since it's a neck-thru, getting up to those higher frets is super easy. They're pretty resonant, and that's a great thing. The fretwork on the guitar is pretty good, and I think the newer Jacksons are finally starting to stabilize after the whole Fender buyout thing. The shape is real easy to get familiar with because it's the industry standard superstrat that's been around for years and years.

SOUNDS

The guitar itself sounds really unique. This thing has two '59 pickups in it. These pickups are low to medium output, and they really lend themselves towards giving this guitar a kinda hard rock vibe. The lower output pickups means that every little nuance you do will be translated directly to the amp. Some people might not like that, so I recommend trying these things out before you commit to buying them. The overall tone is very fat, and I really like the '59 in the neck. Personally, I'd replace the bridge pickup with something like a JB or a Distortion. I think those would suit this guitar better.

OVERALL OPINION

If you want a Jackson that's not totally balls to the wall metal, check out this guitar. The '59 pickups in this really help make it more versatile than the standard Jacksons out there that are equipped with hotter pickups. Be sure to play one before you buy though. The '59 in the bridge isn't for everyone, and I don't feel they're hot and powerful enough to do extreme metal.