B.C. Rich Guitars has announced the Double Neck Bich electric guitar as a standard production model in 2009.
The guitar features a standard double neck 6/12 configuration with neck-through construction, Grover Super Rotomatic tuners, B.C. Rich custom quad bridge, 24 jumbo frets and a 24 5/8"scale length.
Besides having a toggle switch for 6 or 12 string neck position, the controls on this guitar when in 6 string position are 2-Volume, 1-tone, 1 three-way selector for choice of picks, 2– mini toggle switches for bridge and neck pickup coil tapping, One mini reverse phase, and one Veritone knob.
While in the 12 string position, the Double Neck Bich features 2-Volume, 1-tone and 1 three-way toggle switch for neck or bridge pickup selection.
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