#1
Hallo,
i'am searching for a Jackson SL2Q TR or TBK dealer, because i can't find any shops which would sell this guitar in my region (germany). It would be helpful if someone could recommend a good international onlineshop.
#2
Looks like the reason you can't find it is because it's not due for release for about another month; 16th September this year seems to be the European release date.

Check this page: http://www.gear4music.de/de/Gitarre-and-Bass/Jackson-SL2Q-Pro-Serie-Solist-E-Gitarre-Transparent-Rot/PU7
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#3
I think this guitar is already on the german market, because you can buy this guitar on various german websites.
#4
It might be that the ones currently for sale(rather than preorder)are from the previous run(s).
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#5
It's not a new model, it's been around for at least a year. Though having said that, I'm having trouble finding them anywhere. The non-quilt top versions are around in various places, but the Q model seems to be harder to get hold of.
#6
I think I've found out why they're so difficult to find:

http://www.jacksonguitars.com/en-GB/search/?q=SL2Q

The SL2Qs in red, black, and blue are special editions. They're probably not available new at all any more.
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#7
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I think I've found out why they're so difficult to find:

http://www.jacksonguitars.com/en-GB/search/?q=SL2Q

The SL2Qs in red, black, and blue are special editions. They're probably not available new at all any more.


Ah, but those special editions are USA Customs, while the regular SL2Q is an Indonesian-built Pro-series. The regular Pro-series SL2Q was available as standard in trans black and trans red, though it it looks like they've removed the trans red option - it's disappeared from the 'Available finishes' colour swatches and the spec sheet, though whoever did it obviously missed the mention of it in the overview!