can we know something about slsxmg's neck thickness?
Nomad - Jackson wrote:
Friends, Jacksoners ‘ and Fellow Shredders…
Lend me your ears!
Greetings All!!! I’m one of the moderators/emissaries from Jackson HQ. All of us here at HQ have all been watching your posts and questions with intense interest, and we felt that it was appropriate to answer some of the questions that have been put forth over the last week or so, in order to dispel any mis-information and to insure you are getting the correct info.
First off, we’d like to thank all of you for your interest and continued support of the Jackson Brand. As you can see, there are many changes afoot (a new web site,–the re-envisioning of the X Series, the release of the new JS basses) , which we hope is evidence to all of you of that we are “listening” to you and are breathing some new life into Jackson.
OK..our real goal here with this particular post is to address some speculation that has been put forth about these X Series guitars.
First off…the SLX, SLS, KVXT, RRXT, RRXMG, KVXMG, WRXMG, WRXTMG and SLX-Q are ALL, real-to-goodness neck-through guitars. None of this set thru…or thru neck nonsense, that some of the “cover” brands are hawkin’ on the market today. The only exception to this rule; the Dinky (DKXT), which of course, is always spec’d out as a bolt on guitar.
These guitars are not made in Japan, but are made at other factories in and around Asia and the Near-East, that have “mucho” experience in building Jackson models, and understand that these guitars need to have “mojo”. ‘Nuff said.
And lastly, we anticipate these models to begin hitting stores in and around North America in October, in the U.K & Continental Europe by the holidays, and in other international locations in early 2012.
Ok, that’s enough pontification from us for now: Be on the lookout for these cool new guitars at a store near you soon…and play loud!