Some basic knowledge about the different wood types, neck and body profiles, pickups etc will help you in making the best choice.
As the 1980s brought up a shredding guitarist phenomenon, the Soloist was acclaimed in rock and metal music, especially by lead guitarists.
There are examples of the Soloist idea going back to the days before Jackson was an official company and just a side project of Grover Jackson while he was running Charvel.
On later Fender JV models, the "MADE IN JAPAN" can be found on the heel of the guitar neck, just above the metal neck plate.
All Fender JV models had the serial numbers engraved into either the neck plate or bridge.
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The Jackson Soloist is an electric guitar model by Jackson Guitars officially produced since 1984 (prototypes were available in the early 1980s).
Many also have penciled neck dates () you can only see when the neck is removed from the body of the guitar. acronym for "Squier" These models were made by a different division of Fender and bear the Squier logo and not the Fender logo.
These models have the serial numbering and markings in the same location as Fender JV guitars, and were made only during the years 1983 to 1984. acronym for "MADE IN JAPAN" These models spanned the years from 1984 to 1997.
These stamps can be found in differentlocations on your guitar, so now I'll tell you where you need to look to find these markings... acronym for "Japan Vintage" On these guitars you will find the letters "JV" stamped/engraved into the neck plate of the Stratocasters and bass guitars and on the bridges of the Telecasters and other guitar models.
There will be 5 numbers also engraved after the "JV" lettering.
Jackson was essentially the pioneer of the "Superstrat" design.