#1
Are these any good?
They have Original Floyd Rose trems, Neck-Through construction, EMG 81 and 85 PU's, Mahagony body and neck, Ebony fretboard, Grover tuners...
And all that for 739 euros!



Im sure ppl are gnna say Bc Rich sucks blablabla and that kinda crap.
You can say that, but at least give a reason!
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#3
I dislike the Warlock shape. I'd get the V, because I like Vs and ebony boards.

People say they sucks because their lower-end guitars are sh*t, and are usually played by n00bs who are like "lulz1 Bb rich metal guitar lulz 1eleven marshall mg metal amp lulz br00talz".
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#4
poor quality wood, nasty sound.

look retarded

dont do it gryphon :P
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#6
go for the V.
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Quote by stratdud39
have you ever actually played one or are you just on that idiotic bandwagon?


Im with you, i hate that bandwagon. whats so poor about the wood then? how can it sound so bad just because of the wood while it has EMG pickups?
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#8
and i dont care if noobs play their lower end guitars, i dont think this guitar is low-end. and i dont care if ppl think its a metal poser guitar! i do care about the quality of the guitar itself.
its like if all 18 year year old ppl drive some kinda very cheap ferarri and then everybody says the Enzo sucks...
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#9
Quote by Gryphon999
and i dont care if noobs play their lower end guitars, i dont think this guitar is low-end. and i dont care if ppl think its a metal poser guitar! i do care about the quality of the guitar itself.
its like if all 18 year year old ppl drive some kinda very cheap ferarri and then everybody says the Enzo sucks...


yeah man, and its not even a lower end guitar, the specs are great.
go for it
#11
Quote by stratdud39
yeah man, and its not even a lower end guitar, the specs are great.
go for it


Well, wasnt really planning to buy it any soon but i was just looking for a guitar with a floyd, emg's and a neck-through construction and this was like the cheapest i found, all the others in that price range have bolt-on and a lic. floyd.. the only guitars that have these specs are around 1000 euro so i was kinda wondering why this one is cheap..
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#12
Quote by Gryphon999
Well, wasnt really planning to buy it any soon but i was just looking for a guitar with a floyd, emg's and a neck-through construction and this was like the cheapest i found, all the others in that price range have bolt-on and a lic. floyd.. the only guitars that have these specs are around 1000 euro so i was kinda wondering why this one is cheap..


ah i see
but yeah these guitars are right up there with hellraisers
#13
the nj deluxe series are the best that bc rich roll out. They are friggin amazing, and they growl like mother****ers! ( on the right amp *personal fav for these guitars is a laney i tried in store*) i would go for the V though. It looks more badass, AND the warlock shape hurts your leg after a while.
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#14
Quote by stratdud39
ah i see
but yeah these guitars are right up there with hellraisers


And what hellraiser do you mean?
» Hellraiser 006
» Hellraiser Avenger
» Hellraiser C-1
» Hellraiser C-1 FR
» HellRaiser C-7
» Hellraiser C-7 FR
» Hellraiser Sunset FR
» Hellraiser Tempest
» Hellraiser V1
» Hellraiser V1 FR
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#16
Quote by froggyman
B.C rich's have nicer quality on the more expensive models but i think they lack versatility...

The V shaped Kerry King Sig is just awesome though

This one:
http://www.pecorporations.com/images/B.C.%20Rich%20BCSSKKVPK/1.%20Templates/L-BC_Rich-Kerry_King_Signature_KKV-1_horizontal.jpg


What is versatality exactly? my english isnt 100%

The KK sig has a kahler trem and its more expensive
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#17
Quote by Gryphon999
What is versatality exactly? my english isnt 100%

The KK sig has a kahler trem and its more expensive


the KK one isnt as good as the wmd son of beast
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#18
Quote by Gryphon999
What is versatality exactly? my english isnt 100%

The KK sig has a kahler trem and its more expensive



Well most B.C riches(basses to be fair) you could really get more then just that metal sound..with my Ibanez bass even on my crappy 15W amp i can get a range of sounds from metal to warm classic or folksy rock...you just don't seem to be able to do that with a B.C rich(maybe with a good amp you could)

Also yes the KK is just the one that i think looks the coolest(and the mockingbird bass) i've never played it
#19
Quote by froggyman
Well most B.C riches(basses to be fair) you could really get more then just that metal sound..with my Ibanez bass even on my crappy 15W amp i can get a range of sounds from metal to warm classic or folksy rock...you just don't seem to be able to do that with a B.C rich(maybe with a good amp you could)

Also yes the KK is just the one that i think looks the coolest(and the mockingbird bass) i've never played it


Ok, thanks for the info! good explanation :P
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#20
Quote by Gryphon999
Ok, thanks for the info! good explanation :P



Really? thanks!

But i'd try playing it and if you like it then screw what we think right...but the V is the coolest of those that you posted so get it!

I was going to try to explain it to you in Dutch but I only know like a hundred or so words in dutch
#21
Quote by froggyman
Really? thanks!

But i'd try playing it and if you like it then screw what we think right...but the V is the coolest of those that you posted so get it!

I was going to try to explain it to you in Dutch but I only know like a hundred or so words in dutch


haha ok thanks for ur opinion and info
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#22
Quote by BackDoorEntry
the KK one isnt as good as the wmd son of beast


The 800 euro KKV has better specs than the WMDSOB...
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#23
Quote by Gryphon999
And what hellraiser do you mean?
» Hellraiser 006
» Hellraiser Avenger
» Hellraiser C-1
» Hellraiser C-1 FR
» HellRaiser C-7
» Hellraiser C-7 FR
» Hellraiser Sunset FR
» Hellraiser Tempest
» Hellraiser V1
» Hellraiser V1 FR


well i've only played the c-1, so i'll say c-1
but the rich has a faster neck
#24
Quote by stratdud39
well i've only played the c-1, so i'll say c-1
but the rich has a faster neck


that Schecter C-1 (with the floyd) is like 100+ euro more expensive and has a set-neck.
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#26
Well, the only thing I got here that the Bc Rich NJ Series may lack versatality (not sure tho) and that theyre actually pretty good guitars!
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#27
Quote by Gryphon999
Well, the only thing I got here that the Bc Rich NJ Series may lack versatality (not sure tho) and that theyre actually pretty good guitars!


yeah that's probably the only fault, only for metal
EDIT: it can do hard rock too like guns n roses though
#28
I could say that Schecter Hellraisers aren't versatile either, because of EMGs...
but it all comes down to the amp you have.
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#29
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I could say that Schecter Hellraisers aren't versatile either, because of EMGs...
but it all comes down to the amp you have.


yup, i agree
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#30
Quote by Necr0maniac
poor quality wood, nasty sound.

look retarded

dont do it gryphon :P

you do realize that body wood hardly affects the plugged-in tone of a guitar at all, right?
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#31
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you do realize that body wood hardly affects the plugged-in tone of a guitar at all, right?


is that really true? cuz i didnt know that :O
but.. it at least affects the sustain of that im sure
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#32
Quote by nexteyenate
you do realize that body wood hardly affects the plugged-in tone of a guitar at all, right?


wow cmon dude. if you care at all about sustain and tone quality and clarity then you check the wood. that is one of the main factors in buying a guitar and pickups are the other.

these guitars are ugly btw.

heres a hot one, esp eclipse ii.

#33
all three are excellent guitars, being NJ series, and all the rest of the reasons you gave. My favorite is the the V, i just like the V shapes, but the Warlock is pretty bad ass as is the Warbeast.
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#34
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wow cmon dude. if you care at all about sustain and tone quality and clarity then you check the wood. that is one of the main factors in buying a guitar and pickups are the other.

these guitars are ugly btw.

heres a hot one, esp eclipse ii.



to me sir, THAT guitar is ugly, but like everyone else, we are ALL entitled to our opinions.......but that guitar is still ugly
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