New Jackson Left Handed Guitars – NAMM 2016

More news from Winter NAMM 2016! Jackson are one of the least lefty friendly brands out there, so it’s nice to see that they will be expanding their southpaw range (albeit only very slightly) this year.

Want EVEN MORE? Check out the entire current range of lefty Jacksons.

Check out the new Soloist SLX and Rhoads RRXT below. More gloss black, budget shredders – just what you’ve always wanted, right?

2016 Jackson Left Handed Guitars

Jackson Soloist SLX Left Handed Guitar

The Soloist SLX is a shredder’s dream guitar, and is unbeatable value for money. Use this instrument to tame the screaming hordes, secure in the knowledge it will keep up with your rumbling riffs and fleet soloing.

Jackson Soloist SLX Left Handed Guitar

  • Series: X Series
  • Body: Basswood (Quilt Top on Trans Finish)
  • Neck Maple
  • Fretboard : Rosewood
  • Frets: 24
  • Bridge: Floyd Rose Special
  • Pickups: Duncan Designed
  • Finish : Black or Transparent Black

Jackson Rhoads RRXT Left Handed Guitar

As sleek as an airliner and as iconic as the artist who inspired and co-designed – the oft imitated, but never surpassed Randy Rhoads – The Rhoads RRXT is a slick, stylish guitar that packs fearsome tone and speedy playability into a compact package. As affordable as it is powerful, this axe is ready to scream and blaze all night long.

Jackson Rhoads RRXT Left Handed Guitar

  • Series: X Series
  • Body: Basswood
  • Neck Maple
  • Fretboard : Rosewood
  • Frets: 22
  • Bridge: Jackson Compensated
  • Pickups: Duncan Designed
  • Finish : Satin Black

Both of these guitars are already available to pre-order at a few stores worldwide, so why not secure yours today? Prices looks to be around the $500 mark.

For more information:
Jackson Guitars Website

1 reply
  1. itt
    itt says:

    A RR was my childhood dream, before I “adapted” to my situation and suddently couldn’t get my eyes off Strat-shaped guitars. And this one is neiter a bolt-on JS nor a LFR-equipped one…
    Not sure about the (…black) satin finish though, do these still tend to rub-off on your clothes and get gloss over time?

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