Jackson Rhoads RRXT (Black)Item ID: RRXTBlk
Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Rosewood Fingerboard, and Two Humbucking Pickups - Black
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From Our Research Team:
6-string AttitudeThe Jackson Rhoads RRXT solidbody electric guitar gives you instant attitude - sonically and visually. With the RRXT, you get thick, snarling tone and prodigious sustain - courtesy of the through-body maple neck, strings-thru-body tailpiece, and two toasty humbuckers. You'll relish the uber-playability of a fat-fretted compound-radius fingerboard that lets you chord blissfully and shred without fear of bend fret-out. This axe will command attention wherever you wield it. With its attention-grabbing looks and sound, the Jackson Rhoads RRXT is your new weapon of choice.
Jackson Rhoads RRXT at a Glance:
Compound-radius = the best of both worlds
The Jackson Rhoads RRXT sports a compound-radius rosewood fingerboard with jumbo frets. Down low, your fretting hand will appreciate the 12" radius thet keeps things nice and confortable for natural, relaxed chord work. Up top, a 16" radius lays it all out flat for effortless, low-action high-speed runs with monumental string bends without fretting out. The best of both worlds.
Through-body maple neck and strings-thru-body tailpiece = prodigious sustain
From bow to stern, the Jackson Rhoads RRXT is set up for mammoth sustain. You get a through-body maple neck - a proven sustain-enhancing construction method - and a strings-thru-body tailpiece. Top that off with two attitude-laden Duncan Designed humbuckers, and you've got a recipe for endless sustain.
If looks could kill...
If you're after a guitar that looks as mean as it sounds, Sweetwater has your axe. The Rhoads body shape alone is enough to convey instant attitude. Throw in Jackson's distinctive pointy headstock and Sharkfin position inlays, and you've got one arresting-looking guitar. The Jackson Rhoads RRXT is one of the sharpest-looking guitars around; a serious axe wielder's instrument of destruction. Exactly what you've been looking for, right?
Jackson Rhoads RRXT Features:
The Jackson Rhoads RRXT gives you attention-grabbing looks and sound!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
You get what you pay for.....and then some on this one!
by Gman from Knob Noster, Missouri USAJust got one of these babies from sweetwater. Right out of the box I noticed that it needed a slight tweak to make it play to my standards. However, once this guitar was set up, it played as well as... read more [+] a guitar twice the price. The pickups are probably the low point, since they don't have much "thump" to them. They're kinda weak, but again, most of have our favorite pickups out there and swapping would be a breeze. But overall, for $500 you can't go wrong with this!!!!! (a case would have been nice though) close [-]
May 22, 2012
Music Background: hobbyist
by Dave from VirginiaBody is slightly lighter, and the neck is much thinner than my RR5FR, which makes the guitar much more comfortable to play in my opinion. The pickups do leave a little to be desired, the "Duncan Desig... read more [+]ned", the same ones that came stock on the older DK-2 models. Not horrible pickups, but certainly not top quality. A nice feature not mentioned in the product description is the guitar came from the factory with the Jim Dunlop Dual Design Straplocks! Overall, I'm really impressed with the guitar considering the $500.00 price tag. close [-]
December 7, 2011
Mike, Cheney, WA