X Series Rhoads RRXT24-7, Laurel Fingerboard, Gloss Black
The Jackson X Series Rhoads models continue the metal legacy pioneered by the immortal Randy Rhoads. Regal and proud, the X Series Rhoads RRXT24-7 radiates attitude, both sonically and visually, at an affordable value.
This 25.5” scale length 7-string axe features a basswood body, one-piece through-body maple neck with a painted back, graphite reinforcement and scarf joint, and a 12”-16” compound radius bound dark rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid sharkfin inlays.
Decked out for today’s modern metaller, the RRXT24-7 delivers aggressive tone from a pair of Jackson high-output 7-string humbucking pickups that can be further shaped by two volume knobs, a tone control and a three-way blade switch. It's also equipped with a Jackson adjustable TOM-style string-through-body bridge for outstanding sustain and solid intonation.
Infused with royal looks, Jackson DNA and modern enhancements, the RRXT24-7 is waiting to unleash your creativity. Offered in a sinister Gloss Black, the RRXT24-7 features all-black hardware and a reverse Jackson pointed 7-in-line headstock.
Jackson TOM-Style Adjustable String-Through-Body Bridge
With this TOM-style bridge, you can choose the perfect distance from the saddle to the nut for every single string, obtaining a 100% perfect intonation along with dynamic response and endless sustain.
Neck Material 1-Piece Maple Neck-Through-Body with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint Neck Construction Neck-Through-Body with Graphite Reinforcement and Scarf Joint Neck Finish Gloss Color Matched Neck Binding White Scale Length 25.5" (648 mm) Fingerboard Radius 12"-16" Compound Radius (304.8 mm to 406.4 mm) Fingerboard Material Laurel Number of Frets 24 Fret Size Jumbo Nut Width 1.75" (44.45 mm) Position Inlays Pearloid Sharkfin Truss Rod Nut Truss Rod Adjustment at Nut Headstock Reverse Jackson® Pointed 7-In-Line Neck Plate None
12"-16" Compound Radius Fingerboard
Jackson pioneered the use of the innovative 12"-16" compound radius design, in which the fingerboard gradually flattens toward the heel from its more rounded profile at the nut. This makes for comfortable and natural-feeling chording and riffing near the nut, with optimal shred articulation and bending nearer the heel.