#1
is this guitar worth getting i have read the reveiws but i would like some more feedback i dont think it makes a difference but this paticular one is in black also i wana know if $1100 australian is a good deal for this guitar(it includes case)
#2
me being me i have a big hatred of most BC Rich guitars and it also extends to this guitar. for $1100 you could be walking away with an Ibanez S Series guitar which i reckon most people will say/agree is a far greater guitar then the BC Rich.
#3
The speedloader is crap because the strings are hard to come by. My buddy had a Virgin speedloader and it played well, but when re-stringing had to happen, he didn't know what to do.

The S series would be better, there are much better alterniatives to that guitar than just the speedloader.
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You have no experience with racks??? What kind of guy are you?
#4
fe man honestly i wud go either way but thats y im askin dont know y u hate em thouugh my mate has a mockingbird that sounds auesome
#5
Any other new B.C. Rich would do better than the Speedloaders. Look at the new Trace series, comes with a floyd rose and is cheap.
Quote by LuthierofTexas
You have no experience with racks??? What kind of guy are you?
#6
Quote by dukeofmetal
fe man honestly i wud go either way but thats y im askin dont know y u hate em thouugh my mate has a mockingbird that sounds auesome


i don't hate all of them, i just hate a majority of them. imho there's a ****load of other 'metal' (and i use that term loosely) guitars that are a great bang for your buck and don't rely on extreme 'metal' (once again i use that term loosely) shapes to get their sales. that and i found bc rich to use crappy low end woods, and hardware for their guitars. of course this is what i found what you think is entirely different to mine obviously.
#7
Quote by CarbonDeath
The speedloader is crap because the strings are hard to come by. My buddy had a Virgin speedloader and it played well, but when re-stringing had to happen, he didn't know what to do.

The S series would be better, there are much better alterniatives to that guitar than just the speedloader.

lol i can get the strings easily but for me the only thing is S series next feel abit thin
#8
lol wen i sed y do u hate em i was talkin to other guy but i like the shape of the beast and its made of mahogany which i thought was good but sumthin tells me u will prove me wrong lol
#9
Try anything else then, please. For the price, the speedloader is a pain. Any Jackson or Ibanez will do the same if not better around that price.
Quote by LuthierofTexas
You have no experience with racks??? What kind of guy are you?
#10
lol i like the speedloader but yeah jackson is an option i like the kelly and the warrior but dont know any specifics about them i jus like the way they look

nd i didnt realise how bad bc rich was looked at
#11
Quote by CarbonDeath
Try anything else then, please. For the price, the speedloader is a pain. Any Jackson or Ibanez will do the same if not better around that price.


plus you could probably get even a better BC rich for that money ( I recall someone mentioning the trace series)
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#13
Quote by dukeofmetal
wots the trace series??


lack of grammar (god I thought mine was crap).

a bunch of their models have trace versions, different binding/paintjobs, and no tremolo.


if you need the trem, and the ibanez feels too thin, look into other series guitars... jackson dinky/kelly/warrior maybe?
Quote by Demonikk
'Practice amp' = amp you practice with? In my case, Peavey 6505+ and 4x12
I don't do things small


Except children.
#14
lol sorry about the grammer, but i still dont get what is so bad about this guitar(besides the fact that you dont seem to like the speedloader bridge which i do)