I'm trying to identify mainly the wood, but also place of manufacture (and maybe any other interesting information about my guitar). I picked it up new in London for just under £700 in early 2000.

It's a B.C. Rich Warlock N.J. Neck-Thru Series. It has no serial number or anything. Features are:
  • BC Rich (BDSM?) pick-ups
  • Floyd Rose Licensed Tremolo w/Locking Nut
  • 24 Frets
  • Cloud-type Pearl Inlays
  • 2 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way pick-up selector

I think these are made of either Basswood or Mahogany. I don't really know enough to be able to tell myself, but it weighs 3.9 kilograms (8.6 lbs).
Thanks Dylan. Cool, I was worried it may be basswood, but maybe those are the low-budget models.
I couldn't get info on the exact model you have, but based on guitars from the same series of that approximate year (early 2000's-ish), it seems like it's made out of Nato, which is an Asian 'mahogany'.

'Just under £700' seems awfully expensive for that guitar considering the BDSM pickups and licensed floyd though. Guitars in that price range these days have branded pickups and a Floyd Rose 1000 series bridge.
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Violets are blue
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Last edited by T00DEEPBLUE at Sep 14, 2014,
Thanks DeepBlue. Interesting info on the wood. I'll have to do some research on Nato.

Maybe it was overpriced? I actually just bought some Seymour Duncans off ebay. I was looking to replace the bridge as it's gotten a bit rusty and the trem arm never quite fit right. I see there's an original Floyd Rose 1000 on eBay so will probably grab that then.