#1
B.C Rich Mockingbird ST or Dean Razorback Two-tone for sweep picking and being a primary lead guitar. Any input?
#2
Well out of the two, The B.C. Rich seems to be the better idea, but you might want to look elsewhere. What is your budget?











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#3
dean is so much better in my oppinion, especialy for leads, they just stick out more tone wise thatn bc rich mocking and the "v" shaped nech i preffer for sweeping......but really its up to you, you need to just decide what you like more....
#4
Budget is 800 CDN but these are the only two that are decent in my music store that I like, I don't sweep pick quite yet but i'm learning therefore I cant tell which in turn would be best and most comfortable
#5
You know what? Ironmaiden1313 is right, I was just looking at the features, but the dean has higher output pickups and a better neck, so I change my mind. I still suggest a different brand though











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#6
IF you have the opportunity to lay your hands on those guitars and play them, then I highly suggest you do so. Regardless of how well built the guitar is or what pick-ups it has, if you don't like the feel of it, more than likely you'll dislike the guitar regardless of tone.

If not, my vote is for a mockingbird, but I'm biased because i want one!!! If the razorback has the hot rails pickup in it though, then go for it. That pup is sick