#1
So i was planning on buying my second guitar soon.(i want to try B.C. Rich for once.)
My budget is at most 240 bucks.
So here are my first picks:
http://www.music123.com/B-C--Rich-Bronze-Series-Warlock-Electric-Guitar-510780-i1146550.Music123

http://www.music123.com/B-C--Rich-Metal-Master-Warlock-Electric-Guitar-512675-i1175973.Music123

http://www.music123.com/B-C--Rich-Warbeast-Electric-Guitar-512674-i1176325.Music123

what would you choose?
i have been playing from December of 07'
i was playing an epiphone sg special. i am frustrated as can be for it continues to break.
any suggestions at all would be nice.
even some different guitars to choose from would be neat.
thanks.
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#2
go with the warbeast or you can always go with a axl guitar the badwater series is cool or the fire ax model
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#3
i play bc rich it plays great metal but is a good choice for rock
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#4
Im surprised your Epiphone SG special breaks. I have had one for a little over 2.5 years now and mine is doing great. I ended up upgrading to the Gibson SG Special anyways, but thats just because its a better guitar overall, not because my epiphone was crappy. As for the guitars, i haven't heard of BC Riches being any good, especially the cheaper ones, my personal opinion is to save up some extra cash and go to Guitar Center, then pick a guitar thats between 400-950 dollars, and tell him that you can only afford 90% of that price (in otherwords, you want 10% off), also, see if the store is having a major sale anytime soon and then ask if you can get the 10% plus whatever the sale discount is. Thats how i got my 1000 dollar Gibson for around 700. It works for everyone i know who buys guitars.

And make sure you spec this guitar out for a few weeks before you buy it so you don't buy another dud like your epiphone.

Good Luck
#5
Man, I hate to say this, but save up a little more. Believe me, I am a BC Rich nut. I want to see more people come around to the brand. But these are specifically the guitars that turn people off to them. If you can get $300 together, you can find all kinds of NJ series stuff on craigslist. I have bought several nice BC Rich guitars used under $300, just by being patient, and holding out fot the right peice to come along.
I just bought a 1988 ST-III for $180. NJ series with original FR and Seymour Duncan pups. This guitar is in a completely different league from the ones you are looking at. Be patient, and do a bunch of research. That way you won't be the next guy saying that "BC Rich sucks" on here.
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