Djent forefather and speed demon Misha Mansoor has gained widespread acclaim as the mastermind behind the axe-centric progressive metal band Periphery. He’s known to impress the most discerning of metal fans with his steadfast, fleet-fingered technique, and his personally designed collection of Jackson signature Juggernaut instruments is sure to set any shredder’s tone ablaze.
The Pro Juggernaut HT6 offers a 25.5” scale length, basswood body and bolt-on caramelized maple neck with graphite reinforcement, wrap-around heel and oiled back finish for greater playing comfort. Enjoy blazing fast leads with a 20” flat radius caramelized maple fingerboard featuring rolled edges, 24 jumbo frets and offset dot inlays. Luminous side-dots will guide your way even on the darkest of stages, while the heel-mount truss rod adjustment wheel allows for convenient neck relief tweaks.
Not willing to sacrifice tone, Mansoor spent considerable time working with Jackson to develop killer-sounding uncovered direct mount Jackson MM1 pickups, which can be shaped with a five-way blade switch, single volume control and single tone control with push/pull select feature.
Available in Matte Blue Frost with a matching reverse Jackson 3x3 AT-1 headstock, this signature Pro Juggernaut also features a Jackson HT6 string-through-body hardtail bridge, Jackson sealed die-cast locking tuners and black hardware.
25.5" scale length Basswood body Bolt-on caramelized maple neck with graphite reinforcement, scarf joint and oiled back finish 20" radius caramelized maple fingerboard with rolled edges, 24 jumbo frets, offset white dot inlays and luminous side dots Heel-mount truss rod adjustment wheel Uncovered direct mount Jackson MM1 pickups Five-way blade switch, single volume control and single tone control with push/pull select feature Jackson HT6 string-through-body hardtail bridge Jackson sealed die-cast locking tuners Horizon Devices Strings - Progressive Tension Standard 6 Available in Matte Blue Frost with a matching reverse Jackson 3x3 AT-1 headstock and black hardware