Jackson JS32T Rhoads Hardtail, White w/Black Bevels
Jackson JS32T Rhoads Hardtail, White w/Black Bevels Overview.
A bonafide slice of sheer awesome! The Rhoads is back and more affordable than ever!
Swift, deadly and affordable, Jackson JS Series guitars take an epic leap forward, making it easier than ever to get classic Jackson tone, looks and playability without breaking the bank. Upgraded features such as striking aesthetics, new high-output ceramic-magnet pickups, graphite-reinforced maple necks, bound fingerboards and headstocks, and black hardware deliver more for less.
The sleek JS32T Rhoads has a basswood body, bolt-on maple speed neck with graphite reinforcement, compound-radius (12"-16") bound amaranth fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets and pearloid sharkfin inlays, and bound headstock. Other features include dual high-output Jackson humbucking pickups with ceramic magnets and three-way toggle switching, adjustable string-through compensated bridge, black hardware and die-cast tuners. Available in White with Black Bevels and Satin Black
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- Body Type Rhoads
- Body Material Basswood
- Body Finish Gloss polyester
- Neck Material Maple
- Neck Shape C
- Scale Length 25.5"
- Fingerboard Material Amaranth
- Fingerboard Inlay Pearloid Sharkfin
- Number of Frets 24 jumbo
- Nut Width 1.6875"
- Bridge/Tailpiece Adjustable string-through compensated bridge
- Tuners Sealed die-cast
- Number of Pickups 2
- Neck Pickup High-output Jackson humbucker with ceramic magnets
- Bridge Pickup High-output Jackson humbucker with ceramic magnets
- Controls Volume; Tone; 3-position toggle
- Strings (.009-.042)
What can I say other than - awesome guitar. The balance (or lack thereof) takes a little getting used to but is worth the testing and adjusting effort. The guitar is fast and comfortable to play and sounds fantastic (I play through a Blackstar ID:60TVP and a Behringer pedal board). It's difficult to say which is my fav guitar (my other is a BC Rich Warlock) but I reckon the Jackson has the edge on speed.