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The B.C. Rich Firm has its roots in a classical and Spanish style guitar repair shop owned and operated by Bernardo Chavez Rico. He later enlarged to guitar making and his early versions were inspired by the Les-Paul guitars. Some of these early styles contain the Mockingbird and the Eagle. <br /> <br />Over time, B.C. Rich, then called B.C. Rico, desired to make more mass produced and inexpensive guitars. The name was eventually changed to B.C. Rich after a litigation. The guitars manufactured were known to have exceptional quality and they developed a following of devoted players. <br /> <br />But, Rico made a business move in the 1990s that almost damaged this reputation. rich zahn He gave a maker named Class Axe the rights to produce guitars under the new brand name. These guitars were a disaster since they were of inferior quality. rich zahn Once Rico learned of this, he discontinued the production of these guitars and went into hiding until the issue was sorted out. Due to this, they lost a lot of their loyal following. <br /> <br />Despite this brief catastrophe, B.C. Rich will always be known for the many initiations they led to guitar making. They became one of the very first firms to assemble by means of a neck through body organization and they contained pick-ups and other hardware in the guitar to boost the sound and tone. In addition they have a guitar that's made of acrylic and is completely see through. <br /> <br />Today, the Class Axe disaster is previously. And though they hardly make the neck through construction guitars any more in favor of the bolt construction (to attract an alternate audience) they are once again a more honored firm. <br /> <br />A number of the brands of guitars you can discover nowadays contain the Assassin/ASM, Dagger, Mockingbird and Mockingbird II, Zombie, Widow, Wrath, Seagull, Jazzbox, Nighthawk, and the Gunslinger. For a complete listing of all the guitars check to your local dealer or look online. <br /> <br />Over time, B.C. Rich guitars have made quite an impression on professional musicians. Included in these are Kerry King, Steve Smyth, Tracii Guns, Craig Ross, Dearborn, Acey Slade, Christy Kane, and Terrence Hobbs. <br /> <br />Here is what one individual has to say about B.C. Rich guitars: <br /> <br />Seems like it should withstand live playing. I'll be sure to get straplock though. The tuners do not look really hardy. rich zahn zmg construction Likely as good as old Les Paul tuners, bridge, tailpiece, etc. I believe I'd want hotter pick-ups or a preamp for live since I normally play loud musics. <br /> <br />The finish seems to be a tough polyurethane. Would I use it without a backup? Likely not. But then I always bring a backup no matter what I'm playing. <br /> <br />Exceptional aggressive thundering tone with plenty of top end sting &amp; wound thru. Best suited to heavier metal and such music. Good number of useful tonal range by correcting each pups volume. Neck thru body design gives excellent sustain, attack &amp; fullness to the voices. Balances nicely on strap with no neck dive. <br /> <br />Wish to Rock like there is no tomorrow. B.C. Rich may be a good alternative for your guitar.

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