Misha Mansoor’s Jackson So-Cal 2PT electric pairs modern metal features with vintage looks

It comes in a bright Daphne Blue finish.

Jackson Guitars Misha Mansoor So-Cal 2PT

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Periphery guitarist Misha Mansoor has teamed with Jackson to create the So-Cal 2PT electric guitar. It boasts features sure to appeal to metal players, but sports a surprisingly vintage look.

The versatile electric features a lightweight basswood body, bolt-on caramelised maple neck and fretboard, which comes with 22 jumbo stainless steel frets with black-outlined white dot inlays and Luminlay side dots. The neck also features a very flat 20-inch radius with rolled edges.

The So-Cal 2PT features an HSS pickup configuration consisting of Mansoor’s signature Bare Knuckle Ragnarok humbucker in the bridge, as well as two Bare Knuckle Trilogy Suite single-coils in the neck and middle position.

The pickups route to a master volume and tone knob, plus a five-way blade selector switch offering a variety of tone options.

As for hardware, the guitar features a Graph Tech TUSQ XL nut, Gotoh Custom 510 Tremolo bridge and die-cast locking tuners, as well as Dunlop Dual-Locking strap buttons.

Check out a demo of the Jackson So-Cal 2PT from Mansoor himself, below:

The Misha Mansoor So-Cal 2PT is available now at $2,699 and comes in a Daphne Blue finish.

Learn more at jacksonguitars.com


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