#1
Okay, so there seems to be no bc rich guitar dealer here in Ireland so i want to buy one online but i want to play a guitar with the same (or a fairly similar) neck profile as a bc mockingbird.

Does anyone know of, or own, a guitar with a similar neck profile to a mockingbird?

OR

would the neck profile be like a strat, a wizard ii, an epiphone slim taper etc. etc.?
#2
May I ask why you would like a BC Rich Mockingbird? Just curious.

As to your question, I am pretty sure most Mockingbirds use a standard C style neck. So just head down to your local store and ask to try a C-neck guitar? Other than that I can't say any more.
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#4
matchetts in belfast sometimes has a few bc riches in, but they're normally the cheapest ones. And that won't be much use if you're in cork, lol.

Also I'm guessing it depends on which mockingbird you're looking at, which one are you looking at?

Have you emailed bc rich? when i emailed them a couple of years ago, they were perfectly happy to answer questions about the neck profile etc.
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#5
well the one i was looking at is the mockingbird exotic quilted maple and the reasons i want it are because
number 1: its mahogany so it has the tone that i like and nice sustain,

number 2: its thru neck so it has even more sustain,

number 3: i would be able to reach all 24 frets without breaking my pinky,

number 4: its an eye catching shape,

number 5: the pickups are decent and wouldn't need replacing right away

number 6: it has a 24.7 inch scale so the strings aren't under as much tension as a 25.5 inch scale,

number 7: it has a TOM bridge so all the saddles can be raised/lowered at once,

number 8: i have no real number 8 its just an awe-inspiring guitar

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now more seriously can anyone put all the mockingbird models in order of quality for me? cuz im confuzzled as to which is better then which
#6
bear in mind it might be nato, not "real" mahogany, and that a thru-neck doesn't necessarily mean more sustain. but other than that, you're probably right on your reasons.

i haven't tried any mockingbirds, unfortunately, but i'm guessing the ones with the name brand pickups are higher than those that don't have them.
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