#1
Hi guys!
I have a little question here: Does someone here has any experiece with a B.C. Rich Mockingbird ST? Mostly how it plays, I heard/read that it has almost the same neck, and plays the same as a Les Paul, is that true? A thank you for anyone who can awnser my question or has any thoughts on this!
#2
oh god i want one so bad
there is a guy on here with one, give me a second to look it up
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#3
All look, barely any substance IMO. For $900, I would never buy a guitar with $50 pickups, cheaper nato body, and a bad looking veneer top. The only decent thing on it is the OFR IMO
#4
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All look, barely any substance IMO. For $900, I would never buy a guitar with $50 pickups, cheaper nato body, and a bad looking veneer top. The only decent thing on it is the OFR IMO

Wait, aren't those Rockfields supposed to be quite good pickups? Also some people might like the look of its top as well as the shape.
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Wait, aren't those Rockfields supposed to be quite good pickups? Also some people might like the look of its top as well as the shape.

There alright, but the people at BC Rich talk like they are amazing. I love the look of the guitar, but it is way too cheap to pay $900 for it.
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Quote by darkcheef
All look, barely any substance IMO. For $900, I would never buy a guitar with $50 pickups, cheaper nato body, and a bad looking veneer top. The only decent thing on it is the OFR IMO

Nato is cheap because it's an extremely common wood in Asia, not because of its quality. It's actually a nice wood.
From what I hear, Rockfield Mafias are awesome pickups, too.
I like the top on the trans-red model.

Neck-thru construction
Original Floyd Rose
Rockfield Mafia pickups
Varitone 5-way knob
Quilt maple top
Grover Rotomatic tuners
Coil tap and reverse phase for both pickups

I'd pay $900 for a Mockingbird ST if I was right-handed, no questions asked.
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Quote by Justice4AllOne
Nato is cheap because it's an extremely common wood in Asia, not because of its quality. It's actually a nice wood.
From what I hear, Rockfield Mafias are awesome pickups, too.
I like the top on the trans-red model.

Neck-thru construction
Original Floyd Rose
Rockfield Mafia pickups
Varitone 5-way knob
Quilt maple top
Grover Rotomatic tuners
Coil tap and reverse phase for both pickups

I'd pay $900 for a Mockingbird ST if I was right-handed, no questions asked.

This.

Although, I doubt that they use the best wood they can find on the guitars.
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#8
the Mockingbird St is a FTW guitar very playable and versatile.... VERY VERSATILE
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#10
I'd never looked at one before (just checked it out on MF) but I'll sure be keeping my eyes peeled from now on. Looks like a pretty good guitar for the money. OFR, good pickups, ebony board, grovers, and looks that won't quit.
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#11
my friend has one and he loves it..
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#13
Looks pretty.
If I found a good one, I'd be tempted.
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#14
yes the rockfields are great, i have them on my mock special

i'm possibly buying an ST soon too, will let you all know when i do

i'm really likin it in orange
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Quote by ILiKePiNeAppLeS
Looks pretty.
If I found a good one, I'd be tempted.



Tempted? It's on my "want to buy badly" list (along with a pgm, one or two or more ibby prestiges.... which'll all come first probably )
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#16
The necks on pretty much all B.C. Rich guitars are massive. Easily some of the biggest necks I've played on any guitars, hands down.

Just FYI.