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B.C. Rich Villain Escape 8 8-String Electric Guitar
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The B.C. Rich Villain Escape 8 8-String Electric Guitar offers classic B.C. Rich styling and an affordable sticker price. It features a basswood body...Click To Read More About This Product
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A comfortable basswood body with a bolt-on neck and powerful humbuckers.
The B.C. Rich Villain Escape 8 8-String Electric Guitar offers classic B.C. Rich styling and an affordable sticker price. It features a basswood body with bolt-on maple neck and a 7-inline headstock. The neck has a rosewood fretboard with a comfortable 16" radius and 24 jumbo frets for better note-bending.
The Villain comes with B.C. Rich humbucking pickups that are perfectly capable of capturing all of the nuances and expanded range that this 8-string has to offer. Black hardware is used throughout down to the fixed bridge and die-cast tuners
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BODY WOOD: Basswood
HEADSTOCK STYLE: 8-Inline-Pointed
TUNERS: B.C. Rich Die-cast
NECK WOOD: Maple
NECK RADIUS: 16"
NUT WIDTH: 55mm
INLAY: Pearl Bones
FRETS: 24 jumbo
BRIDGE TYPE: Hardtail 8
PICKUPS: B.C. Rich B.S.D.M.
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Comments about B.C. Rich Villain Escape 8 8-String Electric Guitar:
Really liked this 8 string. Has very thin neck-easy to play. Pickups were acceptable. Tuners did their job well-an excellent instrument to explore 8 strings with-even had the right scale-27", which is the minimum for 8 strings to me. Didn't end up keeping, I opted for a Schecter Platinum 8 with active 808s-that I changed bridge to 81-8, that has mahogany body with set maple neck. I have become a bit of a wood snob as time goes on. I can tell a difference, basswood just leaves some to be desired.