#1
Hey, I was rockin' out and I decided t plug my guitar into the amp and it wouldn't work!!!
So I put a different guitar in and that worked, its not the amp, not the chord, so its the ****ing guitar! So im going to get a new pickup when i get the money! What brand of pickups do you recommend for my B.C. Rich?????
#2
open the back of the guitar and check around for loose wires

i can guarantee that the pickups are not the problem
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What brand of pickups do you recommend for my B.C RICH?????



heres your problem
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#5
probably just a loose wire to the jack, you more than likely dont need new pups
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Musta been 'rockin' it too hard.


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Hey, I was rockin' out and I decided t plug my guitar into the amp -- wait. You were rocking out, THEN you decided to plug in?

and it wouldn't work!!!You did use a patch cord, right?

So I put a different guitar in and that worked, its not the amp, not the chord, so its the ****ing guitar! A B.C. Rich with crap quality stock parts?! EGADS!

So im going to get a new pickup when i get the money! Don't.

What brand of pickups do you recommend for my B.C. Rich?????You were right on coming to this forum because it wasn't working, but you asked the wrong question.


Do as everyone else has said:

open the guitar's cavity
look for loose wire
connect loose wire to spot missing wire
close cavity
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