#1
TESTAMENT, SCAR SYMMETRY......SELF EXPLANATORY


ALEX SKOLNICK, PER NILSSON........ADULATION MANDATORY


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#2
that's a dinky of sorts mate, soloists are always neck-thru. you can see the bolt on neck join in the first photograph.

read more here; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_Soloist
#5
Quote by satanplaysbass
why dont you buy a Randy Rhoads ??

what kind of music do you play??


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#9
Would this Dinky be a good backup for my RR3??
TESTAMENT, SCAR SYMMETRY......SELF EXPLANATORY


ALEX SKOLNICK, PER NILSSON........ADULATION MANDATORY


Gear: JACKSON RR3


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#10
Quote by breakstuff
Does this look like an authentic Jackson Soloist


This looks like an old 'performer' model to me.
#11
how do those performer models stack up to other jacksons? (what would they be most compared to?)
#12
PS-4 performer. The early ones were pretty decent and were made in japan and came with the jt580 trem. The newer ones are korean made and come with the crummy jt500 trem.

Either model though is a great player. I wouldn't pay anymore than $250 for a stock on.
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#14
Definitely not a soloist and definitely not USA . Is he asking $1500 for it? because it's not worth anything close to that.
#16
Quote by mogar
PS-4 performer. The early ones were pretty decent and were made in japan


I thought the 'professionals' were made in japan and 'performers' were made in korea, similar quality to the JS series today?