B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash

B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash

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

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  • Manufacturer: B.C. Rich
  • Model: Mockingbird ST Slash
  • Series: Mockingbird
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/20/2007

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B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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slash2808's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash
Made-in Korea
-24 Frets jumbo 2.7mm
-2 Double Rockfield Mafia model
samples available: http://www.rockfieldpickups.com/mafia.html
Original Floyd Rose-bridge with tremolo
-2 Volumes, 1 tone, 1 three-position switch for the pickups, 3 mini switches for pickup coil 2 tap and a phase inverter, ainsiqu'un Varitone tone filter (5positions) (all liabilities)
-The neck is a neck-and maple fingerboard is ebony

As for the wood used:
-Body: nato (eastern mahogany)
the layer thickness is 45mm
-AAA quilted maple veneer
(I put 10 on the basis of the price for the above specifications Original Floyd Rose)


I found the perfect race, I feel more comfortable on the BC on my Les Paul and access to the treble is super easy ...
in terms of ergonomics nothing wrong either, the guitar is very balanced and spend hours on it is not synonymous with punishment given its relatively light weight ...
The sound is very much appreciated and readily available especially in single coil because it is especially the attack string that is predominant in obtaining sound and not the fact of turning the knobs in all directions, add to that the different controls that offer a wide range of what the consequences will be to find her a fellowship we will have many hours with the corny and that's good -> so no problems to report ... It is well known Floyd prememière my guitar and this is the first time I played on a guitar do not be equipped with a Tune-O-MATIC so I need a lil getting used to regarding the placement of hands, fingers Straight


I find that more versatile, both in clear, saturated ... From jazz to the bush ...
Personally I find the level of the microphone a little too high so I take care to adjust my amp (a 2555 JCM Slash Signature) properly or I am not the volume of the microphones 10 ... I still have trouble to characterize the beast but I really feel you can touch everything: crystalline, oily, slightly crunchy clean, crunch, small and large saturation
I love micro serious tone without putting thoroughly singles exploited in any way whatsoever, I still have a little trouble with the phase switch, I did not find eg the sound I agree with the inverter or pe as it simply does not suit me ... I did a glue DD6 buttocks ...
So my only comment will not associate his style Heavy sounding rather it can procurer.Sinon for brevity we are not in the presence of the ultimate instrument, but I think that unless bad faith it will be difficult to decry this instrument because it must keep in mind the price range, the potential, the gap that separates it from the Mockingbird SL (the model it is supposed to be a copy)


I use it for about 2 months and I am fully satisfied ...
For now no question of any change in operating microphones (but I keep in the back of my head the idea of ​​the climb alnico II), I will enjoy my first musical experience with the guitar in his original state.

Its particularity is to copy her big sister the SL is the mocking red Slash uses on You Could Be Mine (role she filled're not really objective). I drool every time on this guitar when I see it, it is a custom model a price of around € 3500 and include a waiting time of more or less a year after commande.elle not suitable to my game or my bourse.C is therefore natural that I fell back on the ST ... After a few tries I decided to radically change my approach to this instrument, a guitar is full, I stop to compare it constantly on the SL and does not think that the ST is that the SL is at the Gibson Epiphone but happy temperament of my "collector" (I fall for everything that contains the word Slash) ... has its own character, it m 'teaches more than any other guitar to get into a quest for her because I always thought that this was not the number of knobs that determined the number of his that can be drawn but that I must see my trial ...

The value for money for me is excellent but let's be clear I have found defects in finishes, materials used are not the best on the market, mics etc etc but not the instrument is super interesting and half its price gives you the ORIGINAL FLOYD ROSE, mechanisms GROOVER, A Varitone, ELECTRONIC AND DIFFERENT

I would do this choice without any problems as it should be noted that I embark on the acquisition of this instrument without even trying (although I found it inconceivable) as it is possible to revisit the Thomann 30 days of purchase ... and after my experience I would call the instrument "surprise" in that despite the fear of hitting something unpleasant is quite the opposite has past and "challenging" because it makes me change of mind in relation to my musical habits as it is for the purchase, the sound etc etc ... and I'm sure it will impact guitar and my journey will give me the satisfaction of both sounds and other levels.

As you can see, I have to save the talk about it sounds like-so, if it does not, should not for that, I enjoyed it more for the same price BUT I just continue déjàs started discussions on the various forums and I repeat it is not the ULTIMATE guitar but some will appreciate and remember well the price and features ... after all is a matter of taste!!

Pepitow's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" My favorite!"

B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash
I will use the description of the previous post because very good:

-Made in Korea
-24 Frets jumbo 2.7mm
-2 Dual Rockfield Mafia model
samples available http://www.rockfieldpickups.com/mafia.html
-Floyd Rose Original tremolo with
-2 Volumes, 1 tone, 1 three-position switch for the pickups, 3 mini switches for pickup coil 2 tap and a phase inverter, ainsiqu'un Varitone tone filter (5positions) (all liabilities)
It is a round neck-and maple fingerboard is ebony

Regarding the wood used:
-Body: nato (eastern mahogany)
the layer thickness is 45mm
-AAA quilted maple veneer

In short, a true beast well equipped, especially for this price!


The handle is quite special, because I'm used to that of my ESP LTD KH-202, ie flatter a handle, and end. It is wide, thick, but very comfortable! The strings are a chouillat high relative to the handle, but I got used to (a point that when I play on my Les Paul dude, I'm not comfortable even if it is more nice for solos).
Specifically, the shape of the skyscraper kills, and it does not mind to play (we're talking about playing seated, or for access to acute even standing). It weighs a bit, but once you get used to everything!
To get a good sound, we must understand how all the switches and mini Varitone. Ideally, we understand anything is unclear, but after that we've busted the thing, it explodes!


Sound, or rather the sounds are excellent! The Rockfield surprised me! The bridge pickup has the punch, he sends, without being cold. The neck pickup is as expected, warm and round. But where it gets interesting, c pickups coil tap: in fact it can spliter the humbuckers to get a simple microphone! I use it mostly on the neck pickup, to get a beautiful sound stratum, which is significant in clean, but for blues solos! I thought by changing the micro Duncan Alnico II by buying it, finally I hesitate ba ^ ^ "
I play mostly hard rock, glam rock, some blues and some metal. Well, this shovel allows me to play all this! Sound has the Guns n 'Roses or Scorpions? No prob! It is made to AC! A style of Poison Unskinny Bop? It works, in split bridge pickup! Little wing or a lil red house? No worries! Steve Vai a trip? Ditto!
You can really get any of this guitar, although for typical metal palm mute I prefer my ESP.
The floyd rose is excellent, much better than my ESP!
I play a Line 6 SpiderValve 212, and sometimes a Marshall MG100-DFX, and whether on one or the other I get the sound I want, even if I almost never Varitone: I always leave the same position, it's true that I do not understand how it works too.
Ah, the mini little clarification of reverse phase switch is used to invert the mic used simple once you splité one or two humbuckers (one feels especially when you put the selector to use the media for 2 humbuckers). Means if you change the part of the humbucker used (up or down).
In short, I am filled, I get the sounds I've always tried in one guitar!


I use it since February 2010, after a first guitar that I'd rather forget, and an ESP LTD KH-202 which I still have. I tried other guitars (Les Paul, Stratocaster Mexican, an Ibanez and 2, 3 models ESP).
And specifically, it has absolutely nothing to envy them, it was a sort of mix between a Start and Les Paul (I exaggerate a little, but really not much) with a Floyd Rose. I bought it looking for a warmer sound than my EMG ESP, I was directed to an Explorer in the beginning, but I really wanted a Floyd Rose!
In short, I love it, I just know I used 100% of the skyscraper (I mean the Varitone). The value for money is just huge, there was a scraper to keep long, good quality, versatile and look devastating. I would do without hesitation that choice, even to buy new in store.

props's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Excellent value for money"

B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST Slash
For specifications, everything has already been said.
Overall, there is truly something for his money.


The handle requires some adaptation time, without being an oak beam, it is not one highway either. As he leaves many cons tame after a few minutes, and it sounds good on its entire length.
The body shape of this guitar always raises questions about the playability is true that at first they groped to find the right position.
Finally it is not a problem, it is well balanced, can spend hours playing sitting or standing without pain, despite a heavy weight!
Access to the treble is almost perfect, thanks to the handle driver uncluttered and ergonomic junction (I put only "almost" because at this point the handle becomes quite thick and becomes a little less controllable).
My biggest downside to the position of controls: selector handle pickups and volume are really not very accessible because they are located just below the stem of pink floyd.


Again, for the price, it's luxury! The Rockfield pickups are not the shy type, we pass the hot fat in a tangy sharp throughout with many shades in between! The bridge pickup a little spit in "all right", we must know the temper. Splittage system is very effective: a switch for each pickup plus a third switch to reverse the phase: the sonic diversity is required. The Varitone leaves me a little about my hunger positions 1 and 2 quite stifle the sound, while the 5-position can make a sound loud and only two positions (3 and 4) are really usable for my taste.
Overall, it does very well what she is: Rock! Chris Isaak to Guns, vintage trend then. Purchased


hot deal at a major online merchant German after a long hesitation between her, a Gibson Les Paul Studio 50s and a gold top Les Paul Deluxe SR (beautiful too). The Pink Floyd and the handle driver already tempted me for a while, suddenly I did not hesitate too long. And the honest value for money is unbeatable. Finally, it is an instrument with a strong personality and sound. In any case it blow my good!

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