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Jackson X Series SL4X Soloist Electric Guitar - Daphne Blue

Regular price $549.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $549.99 USD
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Jackson X Series SL4X Soloist Electric Guitar - Daphne Blue. There's a crescent shaped crack in the lacquer where the neck meets the body. Aside from that,  It's In excellent condition with only light signs of use. No signs of significant damages or evidence of repairs.

Please let us know if you would like a hard case or gig bag for this guitar.  We've also got straps, cables, tuners, strings, and other accessories.  Reach out to us to see if we can provide discounts for multiple items purchased!

GUITAR SPECS:
This Jackson Soloist features the neck-thru design and feel we have come to love from Jackson. It's a fast playing, smooth action, one-piece maple neck-thru with graphite reinforcement and scarf joint. A 12" to 16" compound radius Rosewood fretboard with 24 Jumbo Frets and white neck binding. This guitar has an interesting S/S/S Pick-up configuration that utilizes Duncan Designed HR-101 Hot Rails Pick-ups. These pick-ups bring the heat. The controls are volume and tone knobs and a five-way blade toggle switch. Lastly, the locking Floyd Rose Special Double Locking Tremolo Bridge System in black with black hardware keeps it all together.

This guitar is refurbished.  This means it was either discontinued or rejected from the assembly line of the original manufacturer for a blemish, flaw or minor repair (described above). It was sent to the largest guitar refurbisher in the US where it was repaired, inspected and set up.   In the cases of a blemish or minor cosmetic issue, no work is done. They then remove the original serial number and issue it a new one to avoid false warranty claims.  It may be stamped “USED”.  This allows us to sell you a guitar that is in like new condition for well below the price of a brand new instrument. There is no manufacturer warranty. Here's some additional info from reverb and our refurbishing company: https://reverb.com/news/7-things-you-need-to-know-about-refurbished-guitars-from-mirc