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Jackson 6 String Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Right Handed, Metallic Blue RFB (2910120527)

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Solidbody Electric Guitar with Arched Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, 2 Humbucking Pickups, and Tremolo – Metallic Blue

Product Features

  • Solidbody Electric Guitar with Arched Basswood Body
  • Tremolo – Metallic Blue
  • Rosewood Fingerboard

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Great intermediate guitar. The sound is good and the price was right! My grandson loves this guitar! His original was the Les Paul Epiphone which he had for a number of years but finally gave up the ghost! After looking and looking we chose this one and he is very happy with it. He’s 15 years old and in the school band-so he’s not a professional, but he does spend hours and hours practicing. The guitar looks really good and sounds good as well. We were lucky and he was able to use the other guitar bag, so that saved us some money. Hopefully this will last him…

Anonymous says:

Great value for Jackson playability Great value for the price. I bought a “used, like new” unit for a great low price as a practice guitar. It has the same neck and fretboard dimensions and feel as my pricier Dinky, which was the main reason I bought it. The hardware is cheaper than a regular Dinky – the tremolo is not a locking tremolo, and the pickups are Jackson instead of Seymour Duncan, but pretty much everything else is the same. The body finish is fine, and it plays just like my main Dinky. I will be using…

Anonymous says:

Good Fast Neck I was prepared to put it on the bench to level and dress the frets after I received it but there was no need to. About 1/2 turn tightening of the truss rod and then lowering the strings a bit is all it needed to bring it to my specifications, and without any fret buzz. The neck overall is well done. The volume knob is at a well placed distance so my hand doesn’t hit it while playing. I usually put Duncan SH-4’s in my guitars but the pups in this guitar aren’t bad. The tremolo throws it out of…

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