Jackson Adrian Smith San Dimas - Snow White with Maple Fingerboard

Solidbody Electric Guitar with Basswood Body, Maple Neck, Compound-radius Maple Fingerboard, 2 Single-coil Pickups, and 1 Humbucking Pickup - Snow White
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Built to Shred

The Jackson Adrian Smith SDX solidbody electric guitar is built for shredding. The Iron Maiden axeman worked with Jackson to spec out his signature model, which sports a lightweight, resonant basswood body to help you sail through marathon gigs without fatigue. You get a fast-action bolt-on maple neck with a compound-radius maple fingerboard and jumbo frets for fluent high-speed soloing. With a high-octane Jackson bridge humbucker and noiseless middle and neck single-coils, this axe gives you massive tonal flexibility while a Floyd Rose Special vibrato handles your dive-bombs with aplomb. For an amazingly affordable guitar that can do it all, look no further than the Jackson Adrian Smith SDX.

Jackson Adrian Smith SDX Solidbody Electric Guitar at a Glance:
  • High-performance design puts you in touch with your music
  • For playability, you can't beat the SuperStrat recipe
  • Optimized electronics give you a staggering range of tone - with no noise
High-performance design puts you in touch with your music

One of Jackson's mottos is "Choose wisely. Play better." That's not just hype, either. The fact is, a well-made guitar like the Adrian Smith SDX gives you a closer connection to your music. For instance, the Adrian Smith SDX features a compound-radius fingerboard, which is more rounded at the nut and flatter higher up the neck. This makes it easy to fret chords near the nut, while opening up the fretboard for soloing. The flatter higher frets also let you keep your action low without bottoming out when you bend notes.

For playability, you can't beat the SuperStrat recipe

The Jackson Adrian Smith SDX is, well, a SuperStrat. Take the most comfortable (and popular) solidbody electric guitar body style, hot-rod it with high-end features like a compound-radius fingerboard, then spec it with top-drawer components (Floyd Rose vibrato, anyone?). The result is a great-sounding axe that drips with playability from one of the companies that put the SuperStrat concept on the map.

Optimized electronics give you a staggering range of tone - with no noise

Jackson's Adrian Smith SDX sports an electronics setup that stokes your sonic arsenal with massive tonal range. For those chimey, spanky single-coil sounds, you have noiseless single-coils in the neck and middle position - right where you want them. Smoldering at the bridge, you have a muscular high-output Jackson humbucker waiting to do some serious damage. All in, the 5-way blade selector serves up the gamut of (noise-free) tone you could ever hope to elicit from an electric guitar.

Jackson Adrian Smith SDX Solidbody Electric Guitar Features:
  • Lightweight, resonant basswood body
  • Compound-radius maple fingerboard
  • High-output Jackson bridge humbucker
  • Noiseless middle and neck single-coil pickups
  • Floyd Rose Special vibrato tailpiece
You can have it all with the Jackson Adrian Smith SDX!

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Tech Specs

Body Type Solidbody
Body Shape SDX Strat
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Number of Strings 6
Body Material Basswood
Body Finish Urethane
Color Snow White
Neck Material Maple
Neck Shape San Dimas
Fingerboard Material Maple, compound radius
Fingerboard Inlay Dot
Number of Frets 22, jumbo
Scale Length 25.5"
Nut Width 1.6875"
Bridge/Tailpiece Top Mount Floyd Rose Special vibrato
Tuners Jackson
Number of Pickups 3
Neck Pickup Jackson Single-coil Neck Pickup
Middle Pickup Jackson Single-coil Middle Pickup
Bridge Pickup Jackson Humbucking Bridge Pickup
Controls Master volume and tone; 5-position blade
Strings (.009-.042)
Manufacturer Part Number 2913052576

Customer Reviews

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Strat-like feel and sound but with shred ability. love this axe!!!
Music background: live band and studio session guitarist/producer


This has to be the best guitar in this price range I've ever played . The neck is perfect . Very comfortable to play . The pickups sound great . All around great guitar , I definitely would recommend this to anyone thinking of buying one . You won't be disappointed

My current #1

I have plenty of electric guitars...humbs, sigles, 22, 24 frets...extended scale etc...along with my Gibson Les Paul this one is my favorite. I remember I was debating between this an an Epiphone Les Paul Custom pro, this one edged it out for 1 reason...NECK..so comfortable. 22 frets on 25.5" along with a non-recessed trem is something I haven't tried before. The neck feels perfect, the bridge sure is different still getting used to it all my other floyds are recessed this one feels slightly like a regular strat bridge except you know is not going out of tune! The pickups are just fine I do like the singles to be noiseless and do the work great, the bridge humbucker works very very well but I can see myself installing a super distortion in the future but as of right now it blends very well with the singles is just a higher output and smooth humb without been too on the "treble" side. My only slight issue was the fret ends but I have been fixing that myself mine needed to be filed a little better still working on it cause Im not a pro and I rather play it than to work on it! yes, I would recommend this guitar to anyone looking for a super strat kind of guitar.
Music background: rock, metal etc...

Great guitar for the price!

Looks and feels great, plugged it into my Peavey 3/4 stack and rocked away.
Music background: semi-pro, hobbyist

Jackson Smith

Shocked out of the box.... Tuned it with my preferred strings and it rips... I was honestly expecting a ton of work to be done (Intonation, saddles, etc... Nope. Out of the box it was perfect. (Well hidden wrench set and keys in the packing) I already had a case waiting for her.... Played like a DREAM out of the box and I bought an EMG 81 SA/SA setup that really did not need replacement. The OEM pickups are perfect in every fashion and style from metal to blues.... 100% impressed out of the box... And that rarely ever happens... They got this right from the factory! (Yes I did peel off the Indonesian label off!) For $600.00 the best priced Jackson in my collection. Leaving it stone-stock. Shreds, plays clean as well- the Floyd works flawlessly as expected.... What more can a guitarist ask for?
Music background: Semi-pro (Depends on who you ask)
See also: Solidbody Guitars, Jackson, Jackson Solidbody Guitars