B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass

B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass

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NJ Warlock Bass, 4-string bass guitar from B.C. Rich in the Warlock series.

3 user reviews

B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: B.C. Rich
  • Model: NJ Warlock Bass
  • Series: Warlock
  • Category: 4-string bass guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/19/2003

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B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 3 reviews )
 3 reviews100 %
MGR/Rebel Bass01/20/2002

MGR/Rebel Bass's review"B.C. Rich Warlock Bass"

B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass
I got this bass from Music-go-round new at a cost of about $330.00. I bought it because i had tried a warlock bass before and really liked it, but at the time, I didnt have the money to purchase it.

I like basically everything about this bass. It plays very well, has a killer tone, I love the look of it, and i like the seprate volume controls for the pick-ups. That feature really gives you control over your tone. It also has a knob for blending in the treble if you like that kind of tone. Its a good bass for slapping, finger picking, and using a normal pick.

My one complaint that i had was that this is a VERY heavy bass, but i did get used to it after a while.

The bass is very sturdy and the tuners are excellent. It stays in tune very well.

This is a great bass for anyone, beginner or expert.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com

kebab56's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass
Import from Germany
24 cases
EMG mic
drawing 140


Channel asser along the handle base imbalance in May you get used it does not bother me I have too
each access to acute is simple asser
asser aggressive form metal look is loure but the weight is nothing compared to it's little spat
I get a metal for his EXCELLENT


It is perfect for my style of metal music powaaaa
I play a Peavy amp t-max 500 watt lamps I had exceeded pa over 3 Volume crach it already too
jobtien sound "pig" was a big deal just to shake!
jadore the bass the setting of acute that some scrap metal in May is not to play the heavy pots and pans!


I use it for 6 months already do with queleque
I try other low active and passive at earlier this my warlock hit a loreille sending its team of emg I do not regret this purchase
RAPORT the money as well for the beast that SA must be more expensive
yes I will gladly do it again selecting the acquired
Tom le Umlie02/03/2008

Tom le Umlie's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

B.C. Rich NJ Warlock Bass
Made in Japan (Anne 91)
24 Frets, micro DiMarzio DP127 Type P model (not original)
1 volume knob, one for boost, 1 Tone, 3-position a slcteur a Varitone 6 positions, a boost, phaser and a 2 switches Dual Sound Lead / Rhythm pickup
handle 34 "Curved head with hand (like Fender)

I put the max thanks to the micro and the possibility of various choices


Channel trs enjoyable, although the coating can grip a
trs good ACCS to acute, though the weight is an ESG to the 18th box
Ergonomics not great because of the balance and position the straps but it is a long (and made the arms) position sitting dsagrable not have the dock trough of low on the thigh and one would like all (almost)
Micro makes a good sound trs (Dimarzio forces), very enjoyable to the ear


Playing the old hard, black metal, funk and blues, this bass has strangely agree all styles thanks to its various possible sound, you can go from a cold and slamming her a warm, round, and the dclenchant boost: "To Hell And Back Again" (lack of precision in cons)
I play on an Orange AD200B with Little Big Muff, a Compressor T-rex and a Dunlop Crybass ... its hard as a dvastant tempt all in its path
I get almost all the bass sound that can offer (not a n'gale Warwick $ $ or a MusicMan but is not far away)

(1 j'enlve points a boost because of the precision without any harm ...)


I use it for 2 months
I love having one of BC Rich beginners, I found here the happiness that I had, versatility and more power and more hehe!
I play also on a Traben Phoenix Custom by me and GVK Halo Custom 5 string, this bass really has nothing to do with my two other low
I was buying 150 on Ebay, buy a 6500fr the era, she is still current model and Exceeds fingers in the nose
this choice I would do with pleasure, such an instrument is a real treat for the eclectic mtalleux I am


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