#1
ok, i want a Flying V, there by far the best shape for a guitar, now since King is my favrite guitarest, i`d like to get his sig V , the specs are killer BUT... the body is maple. this is so far the only guitar i`ve come across thats made outta maple, is that a good wood for a higher end guitar to be made out of??? i LOVE Bc Rich but i do wish they had alittle more options on there guitars, so Kings sig V is about as close to my dream guitar i`m gonna get. i`m sure a custom order guitar would cost WAYYYY more then one off the shelf , if they even do custom orders

They also have the new Flying V`s which the top end is a NJ Jr V BUT i HATE body binding... they also have the NT Jr V but it doesn`t come with EMG`s but i love the look of it so much more.

So which is better, Mahogany (NJ V) or Nato (NT V) or Maple (KK Sig V)

Also the KKV has a Kahler Bridge the other V`s have Floyd`s , All my Guitars have LFR bridges and love em BUT for some reason acouple times the low E has snapped when pulling the bar up hard, will the same happen with a Kahler ?

and lastly is there a differents in the shape or size of the body between the BC Rich Jr V and the Speed V`s (KKV), it kinda looks like there is but i can`t really tell going by the pic`s on the Bc Rich website.

Sorry for the long post, i just don`t know much about this stuff.
#3
man there is such a small difference in specs you are just gonna have to play them.
#4
The input jack is on the bottem leg of the guitar..... the KKV is my sig is not the real KKV and i`m almost sold on the Kerry King V but i don`t know about the wood, and the Guitar i pick i`d perfer it to come with EMG`s if not it`ll have EMG`s installed b4 i even bring it home probly anyways as long as i have enuff money.

there`s no music stores by me with any BC Rich V`s let alone the Kerry King V, i know the store i use will order it but i`ll have to buy it if i order it.

B4 anyone says get a new amp... don`t worry i`m trying LOL, i`m probly getting an amp 1st. b4 a new guitar.
#5
The speed V is all straight lines but the junior V curves ever so slightly at the tip on the inside. Also, the Jr V may be bigger, but I can't confirm this.