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Acrylic Mockingbird, Other Shape Guitar from B.C. Rich in the Mockingbird series.


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  • Manufacturer: B.C. Rich
  • Model: Acrylic Mockingbird
  • Series: Mockingbird
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/24/2004

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B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 4 reviews )
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MGR/Derek V.06/03/2003

MGR/Derek V.'s review"B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird"

B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird
I bought this guitar at moters music in Edmonton Alberta Canada. I only payed five hundred dollars.

I like the look, its what sold me. The sound and tone are exellent. It isn't to hard to maintane.

I dislike the weight, its way too heavy, I can only play for two hours then my shoulder gets sore. The switch for the pick-ups went but the guys at mothers fixed it.

The quality is okay, they could have thought of a way to make it lighter.

I think it is a good guitar and would recommened bying on, probaly as a second guitar, because its so heavy you might want a lighter one.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/Dr. Nile Hawver III esq11/13/2002

MGR/Dr. Nile Hawver III esq's review"B.C. Rich Acrylic Series Mockingbird"

B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird
I bought this guitar for about $250 at Guitar Center, for half off the normal price of $500.

This axe looks and sounds amazing. The fact that it is transparent green makes up for a lot of its problems. The double humbuckers are nice-- hope to get a Seymour Duncan Invader replacement soon, but the way they sound now blows away my cheap old Affinity Strat. As my second solid-body electric in two years of playing, it is great!

There are three problems with this beast. First, it is HEAVY. My wrist aches after a straight half-hour of playing. Secondly, it contains extremely cheap hardware. Third, most retail stores do not carry the case that fits it!

The biggest problem with this guitar is the low-quality construction. B.C. Rich probably decided they could put crappy parts in a cool-looking guitar, sell it to unsuspecting 15-year old guys, and get away with it. I had the guitar for less then a month, when the strap on my gig bag broke, and the guitar hit the ground, snapping the headstock almost clean off the neck. Luckily, B.C. Rich was very helpful, and they sent me a new neck in a few days, free of charge. However, when I replaced the tuning pegs, and went to re-attach the neck to the guitar, most of the screws snapped in half! They were all made of galvanized aluminum. I replaced the screws with steel ones, and the guitar was fine for a while. Then, during a gig, it stopped working again. I pulled apart the input jack, and found that the wires (which had been glued, not sautered on) had snapped off. I ended up replacing the jack for $17, and am currently waiting for the next problem to occur.

Bottom Line: Buy this guitar if you have patience, time, and money. It also helps to have a decent knowledge of how guitars work, because you'll need to repair it frequently. If you don't have time, patience, money or know-how, this guitar is better left sitting and looking very pretty on a shelf then being used in serious gigs. Don't be fooled by its weight and gnarly looks; it may as well be made of glass.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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Rio Mihal02/17/2002

Rio Mihal's review"B.C. Rich Acrylic Series Mockingbird"

B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird
$290 new, with case from Ye Old Music Shop, N. Charleston, SC. Thought it looked sharp.

This guitar has sustain for miles, even with a bolt on neck- no doubt due to the weight of the body. Mine is green acrylic, the color of green antifreeze. Looks great, especially in ultraviolet light!

Heavy as all getout! But if you have a strong upper body, its well worth its weight for the sound and the looks! Use a wide strap for more comfortable support.

Stays in tune well, good feel, solid construction, well rounded sound from the pickups. Setup commendable from the factory. Good quality hardware.

Great guitar, I think I got a serious bang for my bucks. I ordered it as a party guitar because of its looks, and found it to be one of the best sounding in my collection. Its true that the acrylic body is heavy as hell, but the sustain and throw from this thing is massive as a result and more than makes up for it! Havent had it long enough to find out how it holds up to scratches. Shes a looker, thats for sure-

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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venom01/12/2009

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

B.C. Rich Acrylic Mockingbird
The "BC-RICH Acrylic Mockingbird" (and "warlock Acrylic" or "Bitch Acrylic") is manufactured in Taiwan. already, it really is super beautiful, she is just great for metal, Hard rock ..... no "Husch" not breath very well maintenance and tuning sounds great. It is very heavy (+ 2kg heavier than a real "Gibson Les Paul.") And unlike some will think that it is not hollow but full and very heavy (I emphasize the above)
it is used by the guitarist of "Coal Chamber" Live and Studio. currently it is no longer manufactured, but we find little okaz on Ebay.com (have found mostly in USA) told between 800 and 1000 € (shipping and customs included)

UTILIZATION

Awesome!

SOUNDS

Awesome!

OVERALL OPINION

Awesome!
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