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B.C. Rich Platinum Warlock
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B.C. Rich Platinum Warlock

Other Shape Guitar from B.C. Rich belonging to the Warlock series.

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Yossem Yossem
Publié le 03/30/07 à 02:35
The Platinum Series is manufactured in Asia. It has 24 frets and micro BC Rich humbucker are double the number of 2. The bridge is fixed and does not have vibrato. The strings are through. The micro selector has 3 positions (bridge pickups, and the two neck pickup). Control buttons are 3 in number: master volume, microphone volume and tone. The handle is screwed.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice, it is smooth and fast. The strings are easily accessible, and the treble notament saw the shape of the body. The weight of this guitar is widely supported. Holds it in position is correct, despite a small tandance to head examined.
Its level, it's all cooked. Obtaining a powerful and heavy and very easy. In his clear, it will be played on the volume and tone because you can not disable dual microphones. The bass tend to saturate a bit. This phenomenon disappears when one understands the principle ... . A 5-way switch would have been preferable here.

SOUNDS

This guitar is perfect for my style (Heavy, Rock, Hard Rock ...). To play in the moonlight clear sound, it also does. ;)
I use this guitar on an old Dean Markley DMC 80 with the Digitech RP150 effects pedal. The sounds are impressive, both in setting clear that control over-saturated and unsaturated.
I can not say I like or hate qe a particular resonance in this configuration since everything and suits me perfectly meets my expectations.

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar for 1 week. Some say it's a little early to give an opinion. I would say no, the view is almost in the first hours of use, we like it or not. Personally, I love it. What I like about this guitar? Sound, metal-oriented, and of course its shape.
Prior to the acquisition of this guitar, I use a good old-Stanbury that my time after a good ten years of existence asked a remplacment. I tested the Ibanez GRG 170 DX which also has a good sound.
The value for money is very correct for this guitar (especially if you buy out of country).
If this choice had to be rebuilt, I would do without hesitation, or else I would take the model with vibrato floyd platinum pro (he was not in my budget is cruel life).
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