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B.C. Rich Gunslinger Retro

STC-Shaped Guitar from B.C. Rich belonging to the Gunslinger series

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Published on 11/01/08 at 23:03
(Originally written by ironbull/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

Made in China, 22 frets on a perfect maple neck, original Floyd Rose tremolo, volume control.

UTILIZATION

Ideal shredding neck, perfect Strat-shaped body, light, powerful.

SOUNDS

Typical thrash metal sound (too much for me), it's a wonderful guitar for soloing: it screams, it howls and it's great for high-speed playing. If you want to play rhythm guitar you'll get a typical BC Rich sound with deep mids. Its tone is dark (think Slayer) and not everybody's taste.

OVERALL OPINION

This guitar is a weapon for extreme metal. It's not expensive considering the features, the quality, the perfect finish and the alder body... I like blues, rock and hard rock better so this guitar doesn't appeal that much to me and I'm selling it to buy an Hagstrom Viking... It's a totally different world!
I give it a 10 for extreme metal freaks and 0 for everyone else.
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