B.C. Rich Extended Range Electric Guitars
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If you like a guitar that looks as deadly as it sounds, the Warlock Lucky 7 and Lucky 8 could be for you. These guitars feature one of B.C. Rich's most well-known, aggressive body designs in sustain-loving mahogany, along with a 12" radius on the fretboard. You'll find Duncan Designed Blackout pickups on the Warlock, giving it a cool look as well as great response across the entire extended string count.
Like the Warlock, the JRV Lucky 7 and Lucky 8 are mahogany-bodied guitars with a 12" fret radius, though they use a maple neck instead of the Warlock's mahogany. The distinctive V-shaped body of the JRV models is kitted out with all-black hardware and a set of Seymour Duncan pickups that do a great job handling the extra strings. If you want a JRV 7-string guitar with a few extra perks, check out the JRV-7. This axe has a lot in common with the other JRV models, but adds on a quilted maple top and ebony fretboard and turns the hardware up a notch with a genuine Floyd Rose tremolo bridge, Grover turners and B.C. Rich B.D.S.M. pickups.
Want to go all-out with even more strings? Then turn your attention to the Perfect 10 Bich. It's based on the original hand-made "Rich Bich" models that brought the 10-string guitar into the limelight in the hands of artists like Slash, Joe Perry and Dave Mustaine. The Perfect 10 uses Rockfield humbuckers and its 24-5/8" scale makes the ten strings surprisingly manageable.
7, 8 or 10 strings - whichever count is right for you, expanding the range of your guitar is also a way to expand your own signature sound. With a B.C. Rich extended-range guitar in your hands, you can add your own name to the list of guitarists who have made music history playing these instruments.