I am considering a "standard" 6-string Jackson Soloist, neck-through, 25.5" scale, Seymour Duncan humbuckers and hardtail bridge. My purpose is to use the guitar exclusively for low tunings: D, drop C, C, even B but no lower than that (and of course a bit of string flattering in B is acceptable). I want to be able to change quickly between various tunings, just like I currently do with my Ibanez RGD321 - which is a baritone with 26.5" scale and therefore allows me to use thin string gauges (such as 46 - 9). I guess a hardtail bridge and slightly thicker string gauges should work for me, after raising each string's height. Do you think that guitar suits my needs? I plan to keep the string gauge as thin as possible; I enjoy thin gauges, in spite of my purposes. Thanks in advance for your precious opinion!