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Whether or not you're a fan of Suicide Silence's dissonant time-changing-all-things-metal sound, there's no denying that the guitar work from Mark Heylmun can put the sound barrier at risk. So much so that Jackson and Mark teamed up to make something that could handle his speed and deliver the amount of heaviness he needs. The Pro Series Mark Heylmun Signature Rhoads RR24-7 is an absolute monster of a 7-string guitar, loaded with all the right features and tools to assist Mark, and now, you, in riffing into oblivion.
The slender, offset, and contoured Rhoads body shape makes it feel like you're almost carrying nothing when you're fingers are taking off with blistering speed across the 12-16" compound radius ebony fingerboard. 24 jumbo frets are easily accessible, and visually pop matching all of the gold hardware that shimmers while complimenting the black finish. A Floyd Rose locking nut provides perfect tuning stability and intonation, working together with the recessed locking tremolo when it takes the deepest dives.
Fishman Fluence Modern pickups provide the power behind this guitars output, and they are not to be taken lightly. These humbuckers can work in either passive or active mode and happen to be some of the most responsive and articulate pickups out there. If they can keep up with Mark, they have to be. So gear up, tune down, and get ready to shred with ease with this stellar signature guitar from Jackson's Pro Series.
- Offset Nyatoh body
- Maple neck with scarf joint and graphite reinforcement
- Ebony fingerboard with 12"-16" compound radius
- 2x Fishman Fluence Modern humbuckers
- Floyd Rose Locking Nut and Double Locking Recessed Tremolo
- 26.5" scale length
- Gold hardware
|12"-16" Compound Radius
|Jackson Sealed Die-Cast
|1.75" Floyd Rose 1000 Series Locking
|Fishman Fluence Modern PRF-MH7-CB1
|Fishman Fluence Modern PRF-MH7-AB1
|1x Volume, 1x Tone with push/pull to switch between Voice 1 and Voice 2
|Floyd Rose 1000 Series 7-String Double-Locking Tremolo (Recessed)