The Jackson WRXT Warrior electric guitar features a basswood body (with flame maple veneer on trans finishes), bolt-on maple neck, fast compound radius rosewood fingerboard, Duncan Designed Detonator ... Read More
The Jackson WRXT Warrior electric guitar features a basswood body (with flame maple veneer on trans finishes), bolt-on maple neck, fast compound radius rosewood fingerboard, Duncan Designed Detonator humbucking pickups for brutal output, Jackson double-locking tremolo for intense whammy action, and chrome hardware.
Jackson's compound-radius fingerboard curves more dramatically at the nut for easy chording and flattens out as it approaches the neck joint for low-action bends without fretting out. With a more relaxed hand, you'll play better!
Reviewed by 7 customers
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This is a great guitar. It has amazing sound and I've had absoloutley no problems with it whatsoever. It's one of my favorite guitars and I use it almost all the time. Plus, its got a great price.
Great guitar, I have had this for about a month now as I waited to write the review. Solid pickups, although not as good as the EMG's on the pricier models, they suit me fine. The floyd rose imitation works well although is a bit tight compared to some others I have played, and you will have to tighten it for weeks before you get it right. All in all an awesome looking and playing guitar with only a few small quirks. Oh and get the molded case for it while your at it, nothing else will be big enough.
This guitar is great it has such a nice sound and the pickups are great! However my only problem is that it's uncomfortable while sitting down. You must stand up. No problem though.
I bought this guitar back in february and it has become my main guitar. the only problem is the volume knob is loose and gets loose easily after tightened. but other then that it is a great guitar and i highly recommend it for a good shredder for a good price!
The Guitar Center in my area went out of it's way and express ordered me one of these monsters a few months ago and I've never felt so justified for spending $600 at once. The only problems I've had with it are: 1.) When I first bought it (and still a bit now but nowhere near as bad) there was some serious string buzzing going on. Those strings were viciously attacking my fretboard with each chord, but only on E, A, and D. It lessened as you went higher. 2.) When I bought it the tightness of the volume knob was a little off and about a month later it popped off. Didn't affect me too much though since I set the volume at 10 when I bought it and just left it there. Overall, definitely worth the money. Having spent the extra few bucks to get a warranty, the small buzzing and knob problems aren't an issue. This guitar is wicked beyond wicked.
My friend has this guitar and I he has had no problems with it, it has a great sound and it looks great. I am going to buy one of these once I can save up enough money.
I bought one of these a while back in transparent blue, and it hasn't let me down yet. Jackson offers one of the FASTEST necks in the world, and the Jackson Warrior WRXT lives up to the name. It's considerably light compared to other guitars of it's size and relative shape, which is a plus, and the Duncan Designed pickups sound great through any amp!