Soloist models, like the rest of the catalog, come in two main variants - tremolo and hardtail bridge-equipped. HT badge is the most common marker for the hardtail models which, usually are more affordable than their Floyd Rose-equipped counterparts.
Pro Series Soloist SL7 HT costs almost $200 less than the regular SL7 ($1,319.711 vs SL7`s $1,496.59). HT also features a bit different selection of tonewoods, with mahogany/ash combo replacing the standard alder body wings. Other core features include a through-body maple neck (thin contour, scarf joint, graphite reinforcement rods) and 24-fret ebony fingerboard (jumbo frets, Piranha inlays, compound 12"-16" radius, 25-1/2" scale, 1.75" locking nut).
Seymour Duncan SH-6 7 humbuckers, string-through-body hardtail bridge and die-cast Jackson tuners complete the list of major features.
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