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B.C. Rich Bich Metal Web SE Electric Guitar
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The Bich SE Metal Web electric guitar is the first in a planned series of metal top designs. It features a laser-cut stainless steel spiderweb design...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Bich SE Metal Web electric guitar is the first in a planned series of metal top designs. It features a laser-cut stainless steel spiderweb design fitted to the top of the guitar with 2 matching pieces on the headstock. In typical B.C. Rich style, fingerboard spider inlays complete the look.
- Nato Body
- Hard Maple Neck
- Neck-thru Construction
- Ebony Fingerboard
- Widow Headstock
- 25.5" Scale
- 24 Jumbo Frets
- Spider Inlays
- Laser Cut Web Top Piece
- Matching Headstock Piece
- Chrome Hardware
- Sealed Diecast BCR Tuners
- Dual BDSM Humbucker Pickups
- Tune-O-Matic Bridge
- Stop Tailpiece
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K, this'll be the first review I've ever done. I've been playing guitar since Oct. 2006. This was the first guitar I bought, almost exactly 2 years afterwards. Before I bought it, I loved BC Rich guitars and fav model is the Bich due to John Christ, but I wanted one with the widow headstock. Looked EVERYWHERE but couldn't find one (they always came with standard headstocks) until I was in North Carolina for school and walked in a guitar store one day, and here THIS was! MY DREAM GUITAR,with a killer spider design staring right in front of me. So I bought it right away and was completely in love with it until I later,some months, got a guitar with EMGs. This Bich, with it's decent stock pickups, couldn't compete soundwise to a guitar with the power of EMGs behind it. My love with this guitar came back tenfold when I swapped it's pickups with a set that I'd rather not tell you cause I want my own unique guitar. But I will say, I love it to death.So...anyways, I love this guitar. It's a bit on the heavy(as in weight) side due to it's mahogany body,it's neck is pretty wide, and it's a bit top-heavy(you'll be holding the neck up most of the time) so it might be a bit uncomfortable to some of you out there. The only thing I would change about this guitar are the pickups. The stock set it comes with IS decent, but I'm sure that you all would want something to make this baby SING. So swap them with your favorite kind(I was in the store for hours,trying many out) whether it be from DiMarzio, Rockfeild, Seymore Duncan or whatever...and I gaurantee that you'll love this baby.
I was jamming with a friend who I used to be in a band with. He was using this B.C. Rich. I used it. I played it through my Peavey Envoy. I couldn't find a good tone on the guitar for the life of me. The neck felt awkward in my hands. The thing would not stay in tune for anything. I went back to my Gibson SG. Besides the terrible tone, I think the finish is very cheesy.Bottom line, don't buy this guitar.
I got this guitar as a christman gift and this thing is amazing. Although about a month or so after having it I had to re-wire it but after that it still sounded amazing. The Action is low enough to play at fast speeds but not too low. I recently change the pick-ups and put a DimeBucker in the bridge and this baby screams now, best thing I think I have ever done. But over al lthis guitar is amazing I highly recomend it.
Saw this in my local music store and had to have it. Now I have been playing bc rich for about 3 years now and this one puts all of my others to shame. I owned a platinum pro warlock and a bronze warlock, played s SE bich archtop, SE mockingbird, and a kerry king V signature special. But this bich is just a pleasure to play. Decent amount of sustain and a lot of mid and lows, plus this thing just screams with pinch harmonics. Now the neck is about as hand freindly as they come. This guitar is definetly worth the money. Plays like a dream and feels like a much more expensive guitar.