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B.C. Rich warlock 90's tête revers
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Other Shape Guitar from B.C. Rich belonging to the Warlock series.

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  • bloodjobbloodjob

    Youthful

    B.C. Rich warlock 90's tête reversPublished on 11/01/13 at 10:54
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    24 cases, the first micro BC Rich products (not the best), reverse head, not in the form of devilish horns, mechanical oil bath and vintage tremolo bridge pretty crappy I must admit. We had the typical form BC RICH kind guitar to Batman. The only positive thing was that the body was mahogany and ebony keys. It was one of the guitars still produced in the USA with plaque engraved and numbered.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to repeat that you play sitting with this kind of high is not super fun, and standing, she tip of the nose, it is absolutely necessary to either increasing the head with accessories or change the straps of not the place to see the end of the ground.

    I kept a very good …
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    24 cases, the first micro BC Rich products (not the best), reverse head, not in the form of devilish horns, mechanical oil bath and vintage tremolo bridge pretty crappy I must admit. We had the typical form BC RICH kind guitar to Batman. The only positive thing was that the body was mahogany and ebony keys. It was one of the guitars still produced in the USA with plaque engraved and numbered.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to repeat that you play sitting with this kind of high is not super fun, and standing, she tip of the nose, it is absolutely necessary to either increasing the head with accessories or change the straps of not the place to see the end of the ground.

    I kept a very good memory of the handle: a fucking highway 24 cases on which I have eaten in the range.

    ALAS, because microphones pathetic and pitiful violin, I also failed to shatter. Already, the tips get damaged too fast, it's just impossible to leave without standing posed shot. The vibrato was just crap, I blocked. The lifts were terrible, the guitar is désaccordait almost every song, like 5 minutes of rhythmic, farewell ... 440 In short, it too, it was clear for AD Grover. And finally those awful microphones that I had changed the time for bill lawrence Dimebag Darrell (l500 and XL500). The jack and the knobs will also be entitled to end their life in a bin for new and quality.

    SOUNDS

    Basic sound absolutely crap, thank you god, the new pickups BDSM already nicer, even if seen the look of BC RICH, they almost always emerge. On the higher end models, we find the classic EMG active, no need to comment.

    I really have very bad memories of this guitar that sounded absolutely awful from the start. It's like having a Ferrari with a lawnmower engine!

    To play metal, it had to fit properly, which will ultimately cost me the price of a good scratch, enriched the luthier, and stripped of my little student of the time savings.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I sold it in 2008 and I must say that I have really lost the dosh on this guitar. She has aged very badly, and I'm pretty wary of me this brand because even a killer look is not necessarily synonymous with quality. I have since attached great importance to the violin, especially for a guitar has a set correctly handle and it takes the agreement.

    It may seem obvious but sometimes cracks playing two minutes and saying, it's good I am, so that after a good session we realize we just play for an hour on a trash can that be to adjust or upgrade to it is correct.

    I bought just after a Ibanez JS100 Joe Satriani was ke day and night. I have not regretted my BC RICH. And not resentful, I bought a Master Tribal head WIDOW with more class and with finally finishing worthy of the name.
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  • Menestrel de malheurMenestrel de malheur

    A former

    B.C. Rich warlock 90's tête reversPublished on 11/22/10 at 18:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    UTILIZATION



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    OVERALL OPINION

    I am fortunate to own this warlock since 1995, a rarity at which J have revived one day with a single bridge pickup emgx, as you say it sounds pretty good.
    A test with a neck pickup ...

    I am very glad she hast given great service ... she has had no strings in my Placar for over 5 years, I began crossing their fingers and ... miracle ... nothing to retouch .... neither harmonics nor truss rod .... a miracle I tells you.
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