Jackson Guitars Custom Shop Masterbuilt Soloist by Pasquale Campolattano
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When a master craftsman builds an instrument by hand all by themselves from start to finish, it imbues the instrument with a special brand of magical mojo that is easy to see, hear, and feel but hard to quantify. They reflect the individual personality of the builder so much that they attain distinctly human quality that makes them feel like an old friend from the moment you pick them up. It’s almost as if they have souls of their own, and nowhere is this soulfulness more evident than in our collection of Fender Masterbuilt instruments.
Each of the instruments you see on this page is the product of decades of hard work and an endless supply of passion. The people who currently hold the title of Masterbuilder have all spent years learning the ropes from the masters that came before them until they climbed the ranks and reached the upper echelon of elite guitar builders. They are some of the most adept craftspeople in the industry, and their skilled hands imbue the instruments they build with the sort of dynamic response and expressiveness that you normally only find in vintage instruments.
This guitar has been built to the exacting standards of Pasquale Campolattano, one of the most meticulous craftspeople in the world, and it has a heart and soul that reflects the personality of its builder. We’re proud to present this Custom Shop Masterbuilt Soloist by Pasquale Campolattano, and we know its timeless tone and superior playability will provide you with years and years of musical joy.
|Model||Custom Shop Masterbuilt Soloist by Pasquale Campolattano|
|Finish Color||Graffiti Yellow|
|Body Wood||Alder Wings Around Quartersawn Maple|
|Neck Wood||Quartersawn Maple|
|Neck Dimensions||.810 1st - .880 12th|
|Fingerboard Radius||12-16" Compound|
|Pickups||2 Bareknuckle Black Hawk Humbuckers|
|Controls||1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Switch|
|Bridge||Original Floyd Rose Recessed Trem|
|Case||Molded Plastic Hardshell Case|
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