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The New Jackson American Series Soloist
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First born in California's Jackson Custom Shop, the neck-thru, 24-fret, hot-rodded Jackson Soloist has long been a holy grail for high-octane players across the globe. Now, Jackson returns to its Southern California roots to offer the American Series Soloist, built in its brand new Corona, California production facility. Bold finishes, Floyd Rose tremolo, and a neck so fast you can burn up the fretboard—it's all here, and ready to rock.

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Electric guitars have come to define the very soul of rock, country and countless other genres of popular music. With brands like Gibson, Fender, Rickenbacker, Gretsch and others elevating and perfecting the format in the '50s, electric guitars have evolved over the decades with new designs constantly pushing the instrument into new territory.

In the '80s brands like Charvel, Kramer, and Ibanez dominated the scene with slick "shredder" guitars. Moving into the '90s, makers like Paul Reed Smith helped lay the groundwork for a movement of boutique builders who've taken the art of guitar craft to its current height.

Whether you're looking for a beginner instrument or a high-end masterwork, find deals on new, used, vintage and boutique electric guitars in our marketplace.

What are electric guitars?

Electric stringed instruments most traditionally played by being worn over the shoulder (or balanced on the knee), fretted with one hand, and plucked or strummed with the other. When the strings are played, magnetic pickups take the sound and send it to an amplifier to make it louder. They’ve been popular in music since the mid-1900s.

Which is the best electric guitar for beginners?

The best electric guitar for beginners is one that is not overly expensive, is comfortable for the player, has decent quality construction, and makes the player excited to play! For a first electric guitar, we recommend looking into starter guitar kits that come with a guitar, and amplifier, a strap, cables, and often times a lesson book.

How much do electric guitars usually cost?

There’s not a single, one-size-fits-all answer. Prices vary based on brand, quality of construction, and other factors. Typically, an electric guitar cost will range in price from $100 for an entry-level instrument to many thousands of dollars for collectors pieces.

What is the electric guitar made out of?

Electric guitars can be made out of a variety of materials, but most guitars are made out of a wood such as ash, mahogany, maple, sitka spruce, and more.

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