Price paid: $ 500
Purchased from: some dude
Sound — 9
My main tuning is Standard, but for the sake of this review I tuned down many steps and tested it. For those Standard tuning dudes this guitar is a real rockin guitar, the sound is compairable to the Gibson Les Paul. The pickups are hot, but not to hot, kinda like a Dimarzio, They clean up really well, even on the bridge position you can get a nice tone. When flipping to distortion you can really whale on this thing, soloing is flawless and rifting can get really mean. For the drop tuners out there however, you may want to get some pickups that can handle droped tuning (perferably active). When dropping down the pickups get really mucky. So I can't help out all you dudes.
Overall Impression — 10
Well, I play Santana, to Jeff Beck, to Led Zepplin, to Metallica, to Lamb Of God, all of these are achievable on this guitar all stock. The Heel-less neck joint really helps make the upper fret access really easy on your hands. If I lost it I'd probly buy a more high dollar USA made one. But, if you want a solid guitar that'll murder a Les Paul, buy it.
Reliability & Durability — 10
Man, if I droped this thing it would still be perfect, I depend on it 100%.
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
I found nothing wrong with it. All I did was lower the action a little, but other than that it was fine.
Features — 10
I'm not sure when it was made but it was made in Korea. Neck-Thru, 24 fret maple neck, Mahogany sides and a thick maple top. Two B.C. Rich humbuckers, two volume and one tone. Stopbar and Tail piece along with B.C. Rich locking tuners. Note: I'm reviewing the natural Bich version of this guitar.