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B.C. Rich Bich Double Neck Electric Guitar Pearl White 

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Overview

  • Neck-through construction
  • Nato mahogany body
  • 40mm body thickness
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B.C. Rich

A guaranteed showstopper and jaw dropper as it's a 12-string and 6-string in one.

If you're looking to conquer miles and miles of new sonic terrain, the 2012 Pearl White B.C. Rich Double Neck Bich delivers with maximum style and impact. Its bloodline can traced to the late '70s, early '80s era B.C. Rich Classic lineup, but make no mistake: this guitar is all business. Its form, function and tone-shaping abilities scream "sophistication."

Its dual neck-through mahogany body design provides lightning-fast access to the highest frets on its 24-fret two-octave necks, and comes standard with two sets of Duncan Designed HB-103 pickups. The lower neck is strung up as a tradtiontional six-string guitar with a simple volume, volume, tone and 3-way pickup selector; it also features a fully adjustable B.C. Rich Quad bridge. The upper neck of the Bich is strung as a 12-string with rear-mounted tuners below the bridge. The 12-string's harmonious sounds can be further sculpted with its 5-position varitone filter knob, two coil tap switches and reverse phase switch, providing guitarists with hundreds of new tones to be explored.

Features

  • Neck-through construction
  • Nato mahogany body
  • 40mm body thickness
  • Beveled top
  • 3-to-a-side traditional headstock
  • Grover Super Rotomatic tuners
  • Nato neck wood
  • Ebony fretboard
  • Cloud inlays
  • White neck binding
  • B.C. Rich Quad bridge
  • Duncan Designed HB-103 pickups
  • 24-5/8" scale
  • 24 jumbo frets
  • Dunlop factory strings
  • Controls:
  • 6 String: 2 volume, 1 tone, 1 three-way selector, 2 mini toggles for coil tapping pickups, 1 mini reverse phase, 1 Varitone knob

In this case, two headstocks are better than one. Order this dynamic duo today!

 
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B.C. RichBich Double Neck Electric Guitar
 
3.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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      4.0

      Great player, not for the meek

      By EarlthePearl

      from Fredericksburg, VA

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Tone
      • Great looks

      Cons

      • Friggin Heavy
      • Mediocre Pickups

      Best Uses

      • Live performances
      • Practicing
      • Rock Concerts
      • Small Venues

      Comments about B.C. Rich Bich Double Neck Electric Guitar:

      First, the bad: this is a humongous chunk of wood to be slinging over your shoulder. I'm 6'-4", 250 lbs, and don't like to shoulder it for more than about 15-20 mins at a time; but then, most of us will only use a double-neck on select songs, so that's just fine. And hey, if Lita Ford can do it... Other than its size/weight, my only other dislikes are the mediocre pickups (mine has/had the Rockfield Mafia p'ups; they are okay but not great), the tuners that resemble wing nuts and are easy to accidentally turn (especially the ones on the body), and the switch to go from one neck to the other, which sometimes makes a noticeable noise when switching between necks.

      On the plus side, this is a great playing guitar. The action is very good (even though mine did not appear to have even been set up - one of the p'ups was way too low), intonation is excellent, and the necks are very good. I could do without some of the electronic gimics, but it's easy enough to set & forget most of them. As noted above, the stock p'ups aren't horrible, but they're not up there with S/D or other high quality pieces (I've replaced the 6-string p'ups with Duncans, the 12-string still wears the factory units).

      Overall a quality guitar, easily as good as anything else in the sub-$1k price range (I know - this just barely makes it). If you have a use for a double neck, and can't afford $4k-$5k for a high end axe, this should serve you well...as long as you have a strong back ;-)

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      3.0

      You Better Lift weights to play this

      By Stu-33

      from Okinawa Japan

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      Pros

      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

      • Fret Buzz

      Best Uses

      • Recording

      Comments about B.C. Rich Bich Double Neck Electric Guitar:

      You better be a heck of a stout person to play this beast for any length of time. It was so heavy I was dying to put it down after just one song and wearing a (very padded) Guitar Strap. If you looking for a beautiul collectors guitar to hang on the wall and admire as a novelty guitar, then this guitar is definately for you. However, I weigh about 260 and have been lifting weights regulary for about 45 years and yet I certainly was not nearly man enough to handle it. Beautiful to look at, but certainly not enjoyable to play in either a standing or sitting position. I finally decided to send it back for a refund and order the BC Rich, 10 String (Dragons blood colored guitar). Looks beautiful but it has not arrived yet? I am just praying it won't be uncomfortably heavy like this monster. Of Course this is all my fault for ordering it as I read other reviews and U-Tube Videos that certainly warned me of the excessive weight. I just thought I was a big enough man to tame it. Wrong!!!!!!

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      4.0

      Best doubleneck 12/6 for the money!

      By Torment Faktory

      from Colorado Springs CO.

      About Me Professional Musician

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      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

      • Poor Pick Up

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing
      • Recording
      • Rock Concerts

      Comments about B.C. Rich Bich Double Neck Electric Guitar:

      Needed a 12/6 doubleneck for a long time and did a LOT of shopping around, and kept coming back to this one. Ended up going with this guitar over the Dean Dave Mustain signature V 12/6 and have never looked back! AWESOME guitar! Great action on both necks, only improvements I would make would be REAL Seymour Duncans, and have the three way neck selector switch isolated from the rest of the controls. Otherwise, a fantastic guitar.Another reason why no matter how much shopping around for guitars I do, I always seem to end up going with BC Rich!

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