A 7-string electric guitar is ideal for hard rock and heavy metal music. These models are becoming more common and more affordable nowadays too, just like this black RRX24-7 by Jackson. It has the iconic asymmetrical Rhoads shape, a reverse headstock and shark fin position markers. Needless to say, this model is ready for action twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week!
RRX24-7: optimal playing comfort
The Jackson RRX24-7 has a number of characteristics that make it extremely comfortable to play. The 24 jumbo frets on the rosewood fretboard are all easily accessible thanks to the neck-thru construction and the compound fretboard radius, a feature often found on more expensive American models. A standard scale length of 25.5 inches, makes it easier to transition to this model from a 6-string. The RRX24-7 has a Floyd Rose Special tremolo bridge for excellent tuning stability.
The renowned American brand, Jackson Guitars, was founded in 1980 by Grover Jackson, and rose to fame with its customised V-guitar for Randy Rhoads. Today, many famous guitarists play a Jackson. Jackson guitars have an elegant design, a sharp headstock, shark fin position markers, and a powerful sound that’s perfect for metal and hard rock. The X series offers affordable versions of the most popular Jackson guitar models.
|Model body||: heavy|
|Body material||: linden (basswood)|
|Pickup type||: humbucker (passive)|
|Pickup configuration||: HH|
|Number of frets||: 24|
|Number of strings||: 7|
|Bridge type||: double locking tremolo|
|Neck mount||: neck-through|
|Wood type fretboard||: rosewood|
|Includes gig bag||: no|
|Includes hard case||: no|
|Signature edition||: no|
|Guitar scale length||: 25.5 inches (648 mm)|