Yesss, picked this up from a friend a while ago but finally got it set up and some fresh new electronics put into it (caps and pots). Now that I can play it I can show you!
When I got it, I had to order the backplates, which I got from Fretsonthenet
(my car in the background)
The bridge & pickup
It is a early '90s made in Japan Jackson Fusion Pro with a DiMarzio X2N in the bridge and the JE wah switch changed to a killswitch
-Ebony board with MOP inlays
-24.75" scale length
I really love the finish on this one too, as it changes in the light. As you can see the direct sunlight makes it look orange on the camera but it is really red in person. I guess it's a Red blue flake finish?
Also the back cutaway is really nice
It's in pretty good condition overall, one ding on the left side of the body and minimal wear on the bridge and frets but that is to be expected from an old workhorse guitar.
It's really fun to play on and has a really quick neck. Playing on a floyd bridge took some getting used to but I think I've gotten the hang of playing it now. (except I can't do dive bombs for shit ) The X2N sounds cool and is very metal. Way less bass than the Crunch Lab in my Schecter but seems pretty balanced. The Jackson pickups are shit however and have barely any output Should I raise their heights or will it make no difference?
I have it set up with 11s in Eb and have been jamming to Iced Earth, Slayer, and Cannibal Corpse all day