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B.C. Rich Kerry King Signature V Generation 2
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Itzal Itzal

«  Not bad! »

Publié le 01/23/11 à 06:31
That is my first Bc Rich, I knew the brand for trying to form some nice guitars but the equipment and versatility was not always with return.
But this guitar seemed to have a good V guitar a bit special in my arsenal of guitars.

Solid mahogany guitar
Active pickups Bc Rich BRCA
Kahler Hybrid tremolo X
Mechanical Bc Rich
Asian manufacturing
Channel 24 cases
Medium jumbo frets
Ebony
Maple neck
Home graphik kerry king

UTILIZATION

The first impression when you have the guitar is its weight (6.5 pounds!) Has the use of solid mahogany but oddly do not feel is really on the back that from 20 minutes of play or more.
The guitar is very well balanced, the handle is very comfortable and the back of the neck finish is quite nice and let slip the palm of the hand.
Access to acute is fabulous (of the form).
The finish is very correct, the s chart is realized not much difference at this point with the handcrafted style.
The pickups are pretty cool BRCA compared EMG has held it as well but the problem is they crunchent a bit even in its clear what can not with EMG.
Kahler vibrato when he does go out of tune has almost no fixed mode but in floating mode after a dozen large Divebomb guitar goes out of tune but hey not much more than Floyd.
The handle is a motorway he slips easily under the fingers.


SOUNDS

I play mostly metal and the guitar is perfect for her.
Sound in disto is very correct, its clear the sound is warm with the neck pickup but a little crunch, solo sound is excellent!
I play with a Boss DS-1 amp Peavey vypyr lamps with simulated sound is really nice but I think on a Marshall class 5 the result will be even better.

OVERALL OPINION

I use the guitar for 2.3 days before I played on a custom Peavey PXD tomnb.
I tried many before that the Bc Rich and is the best jai tried from the beginning.
The V-shape, neck and equipment are assets for this guitar but the decor and the weight will not be able to please everyone.
The price / quality ratio is unbeatable when it has!

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