Product Ref: 104360
Born in 1970 and with 33 years of playing experience Chris Broderick is a world renowned rhythm and lead guitarist previously of the iconic heavy metal band Megadeath and currently of Act of Defiance. After spending countless years on world tours and in the recording studio, Chris partnered with Jackson to develop a signature guitar to fit all his professional requirements. This affordable version is a versatile, reliable, great playing and aesthetically pleasing electric guitar that can be used night after night.
The Pro Series Signature Chris Broderick Soloist HT6 is a 25.5" scale guitar featuring a resonant mahogany body and one-piece through-body maple neck with scarf joint and graphite reinforcement for rock-solid sustain and stability. Its 12" radius rosewood fingerboard with 24 jumbo frets is ideal for all playing styles, comfortable for both low riffing and soaring leads.
Contemporary guitarists require tonal versatility and punchy clarity to keep pace with the rapid twists and turns of today’s metal. A pair of Broderick-designed custom DiMarzio® direct mounted humbucking neck and bridge pickups punch well above their weight, cranking out monstrous tone that will pin your ears back. The volume control conceals a push/pull switch for coil-splitting, unlocking even more tonal options while the tone control’s push/pull switch enables the tone circuit. A minitoggle killswitch allows for the stuttering effects that have become integral in modern metal. The Jackson Single-String hardtail bridge creates perfect intonation along the entire length of the neck to ensure complex chords ring true, working in harmony with the Jackson-branded sealed die-cast locking machines for tuning stability that can withstand a good pick-hand thrashing without shifting.
A brutal beast, the Pro Series Chris Broderick Soloist HT6 is available in Metallic Blue or Metallic Black with a matching reverse 3x3 AT-1 headstock, single-ply black neck and headstock binding and black hardware. Dunlop® strap locks also ensure your axe won’t go flying during onstage acrobatics.