#1
I find it on craiglist. It appears on the headstock as a NJ series model. Looks very much like this one:

http://www.worldmusicsupply.com/bc-rich-warlock-nj-deluxe.html

There are only two "cosmetic" differences. First, it has open pickups rather than coated. Also, "B.C. Rich" word is printed on the pickups. Second, it has diamond-shape inlays at multiple positions, like a normal style we see in whatever model. While in the link I show you, as well as on the B.C. Rich site, it should only have double-spearhead inlay at 12th fret.

You can go to http://bcrichguitars.com/ and find it in Warlock series or take a look here:

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/B.C.-Rich-NJ-Deluxe-Warlock-Electric-Guitar?sku=516095

One more thing, the headstock of the models at B.C. Rich and Musician'sFriend is different from the one at worldmusicsupply, which is like the one I saw).

So could you help me identify this model? If it is really the NJ deluxe model, I will have no problem with cosmetics or divergences in headstock shape. But I'm afraid it may be a low-level one (for B.C. Rich, is such low-level called bronze series?).

Thanks

EDIT: pictures included here





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#2
its probably not accually an NJ series, being that NJ serieses have 2 emgs not bdsm p'ups and they're neck thru with an ebony fretboard. that is probably a different guitar for the headstock, dont buy it its probably a scam, and if it isn't it doesn't have the specs that makes an NJ a good guitar, dont get it
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#3
That's one of the older NJs for sure. Back from the 2000-2004 era. Back then, BC Rich used to use the in-house BDSM p-ups on all their import guitars. Also, they were all bolt-ons unless they had "NT" at the end of the model name.
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#4
I think I find something on B.C. Rich players site, yes it is the older model. Now maybe the question is: Is it generally good? I read elsewhere in the forum that the rule of thumb is to stay away from cheap B.C. Rich axes, and it is cheap (about 250 bulks)
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#5
The "stay away from the cheap ones" rule only applies to the new/sticker price. The old NJs were around $500 and were generally of good quality. The only problem they had was that the Bronze series tarnished their reputation. With a p-up change (BDSM's can get muddy under high-gain), they turn into good players. The plus side is that since most people assume BC Rich=Bronze Series=crap, the NJ's and even some of the older USA's can generally be had for a steal.

And $250 for that isn't too shabby of a deal. You'll at least want a gig bag if you decide to get it though. These things have wall-seeking points and LOVE to acquire chips/dings.
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#6
search NJ warlock into guitarcenters used list. There are plenty that look exactly like that in there
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