Firstly, I do not availing oneself of exactly this model: the mine in 1987, and has diverged considerably from new BC Rich. I'm often told that this is the golden age of BC Rich, by consquent it sometimes seems that I can just aim for my boundless enthusiasm regarding this guitar ...
- In what country does she makes? (USA, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
- How many frets, what kinds of microorganisms and their configuration?
24 frets (requires BC Rich) I use dual humbucking pickups with Gibson (the handle and Classic 57 Classic 57 Plus at the bridge), but in the past she has had EMG 81 and of course the microphones of Origin: BC Rich humbuckers, each time it's a joy ...
- What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
Gibson Bridge (but I know that today manufactures its own BC Rich easels), not fixed on the body of the guitar and maintained by the strings, without tremolo bar.
- What are the rglages (volume, tonality slecteur micro ...)?
My MODEL (1987) has a `button switch (neck pickup, bridge pickup, or both), one volume for each pickup and a tone overall.
- What kind of stick?
The best I know: single scale, shorter than the shortest of Gibson, finer than the finest of Gibson and it is not perfect, was still better than ... This is a screwed sleeve.
- The handle is it pleasant?
The word is far too low.
- CASC to acute (latest freight) is it easy?
Perfectly, which is remarkable for a handle 24 cases.
- Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?
The form, in addition to the class, presents aspects of good practice: the most important in terms of weight, my little PSE PRS 1 kg and is 3.5 cm thick (the body, not the handle) that it is much wider bottoms than at the top allows it to be perfectly balance standing to play despite his behavior and negligible mass, and finally, when I did not strap on me, I can play even when standing in the corner under my arm horn bottoms.
- Are they suitable your style of music?
Yes and not only (I recall that mine is nevertheless have team of Gibson pickups and I've never experienced with the original pickups), it is perfect for heavy distortion, crunch, over distorted sound with its ultra warm, it is magical sounds super clean with its sounds ideal for vintage ska, rocksteady, psychobilly, rockabilly, surf, or even own the property arpges guitar hero for which the dough or mtalleux dpressif. And the solos! It's like happiness but better, and it comes from the harmonic fit for a high end Les Paul (it's - that much better than those of a common cold and my EMG).
- With what (s) amplifier (s) or effect (s) do you play?
I play on a Marshall combo and a Fender MG100DFX Super Reverb (which dates from 1967)
- What kind of sound you get and with what rglages ("crystalline", "fat ",....)?
Saturation in the Marshall I get distorted sound perfectly with the warmth and vintage outweigh the cold for a modern transistor RESULT worthy of his guitar or the Sex Pistols Guns'n'Roses. In the Marshall clean, I get the clear sound that is as neutral, if somewhat warmer than average. Crunch on Fender, I get a sound very particular vintage and overly worthy sound of MC5 or the Stooges on Search'n'Destroy. In the Fender clean, I get super fucking hot and vintage sounds worthy of Chuck Berry, Beach Boys, Hendrix sometimes Vince Taylor ...
- What are the sounds you prfrez that hates you?
I love all the sounds of this guitar and I reproached myself demend hard to get his shit (eg double distortion on a bass amp recorded with a microphone and karaoke cass r-qualize by computer to highlight the rare frquences inintressantes ...)
- For how long have you been using it?
- What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
I like its weight, I like its shape, its sounds like, I like the color ... What I do not like is that since the handle is recoll I fear he pte again and she is so perfect that was making me paranoid and makes me do terrible nightmares o hateful fascists are breaking my beautiful guitar.
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
BC Rich Masterpiece Mockingbird A, a Squier Telecaster, full of SG (Gibson and Epiphone), an Epiphone Les Paul, Fender Stratocaster, a limited ESP MIII 1987, and lots of other crap much less intressant (Yamaha Elypse, LTD, ...)
- How do you report qualitprix?
In my case, better than excellent: I pay that micro and small pieces detaches its ncessaires Repair Tool (she was in a barn for over 15 years handle broken and silent except for the bridge, all that wood n'tait not disappeared) for a total of 270. But if the new models are as good as mine, was worth the shot put 800 to get one, even more.
- With the exprience, you do again this election? ...
10 000 times if necessary.