Jackson announce new Chris Broderick Signature Soloist line for 2021

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Jackson announce new Chris Broderick Signature Soloist line for 2021

Words by Paul French

The Megadeth star gets the Jackson Signature treatment.

Jackson, a name synonymous with producing some of the most sought after shred sticks and sonically malleable metal guitars on the market, and this lineage moves into a new chapter with the announcement of their latest signature line for virtuoso classical metal maestro (and longtime Jackson alum) Chris Broderick.

What you need to know:

  • Jackson have announced a Chris Broderick Signature Soloist Guitar.
  • The new guitar features Dimarzio pickups and is available in 6 or 7 string options.
  •  Releasing in September 2021, they are available in black and transparent blue.

Read all the latest product news here.

Best known for his work with Megadeth, Act of Defiance and In Flames, Chris has long been touted as one of the most technical and tasteful players out there and it shows in his new Signature Soloist, set to drop in September of this year.

Like the man himself, the new Chris Broderick Soloists models are simultaneously rock solid and full of flair, with a host of high performance features that are perfect for six and seven string ripping.

Featuring signature Chris Broderick Dimarzio Pickups and available in both hardtail and Floyd Rose options, the 2021 Chris Broderick Soloist models cater to both the dive bombing lead player and heavy handed rhythm lord in equal measure, and mark an exciting new chapter between Broderick and the highly respected manufacturer.

“They are the company that could,” remarked Broderick, in reference to the specific set of requirements laid out during the development phase of his Signature Soloist model.

If the photos and spec listings are anything to go by, Jackson looked to have hit it out of the park with this one. Expect to see a review from Mixdown as soon as they touch down!

For more information contact Jackson Guitars Australia.