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Built to the specifications of Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O'Brien.
Inspired by Metal Master Kerry King, this V-shaped axe sports a swirling tribal fire finish and features that...
It's not hard to spot a B.C. Rich guitar, even at a distance. If you had to put their styling into one word, "aggressive" would definitely be a top contender. And that's a good thing - it makes these solid-body electric guitars the perfect choices for metalheads and hard rock shredders. But the best part is that, with nearly five decades of experience under their belt, B.C. Rich instruments can be counted on to have as much bite in their tone as they do in a photo.
Consistency is always a strength for luthiers, and B.C. Rich shows it by always nailing every aspect of their guitar designs. It's the result of a simple philosophy, really: know what you're good at, and keep on doing it better than the rest. These people know the reputation that their instruments have, so they focus on delivering the edgy looks and powerful sound that their players expect. That's made B.C. Rich guitars go-to instruments for artists as well-known as Lita Ford, Kerry King and Matt Truck.
If you're looking to add your name to that list of B.C. Rich players, then you've got an impressive selection of guitars to choose from. The NJ Deluxe Jr. V is just one example - this amazing guitar is loaded with EMG pickups, a tremolo from Floyd Rose and an ebony fretboard. Better yet, the Jr. V pours out resonance and sustain like nobody's business.
Something else that sets B.C. Rich apart is their love for double-necked guitars, which you can see in action with the Pro X Custom Bich. This double neck electric guitar is a beast through and through, part 6-string and part 12-string. Designed for lightning speed, intense output and domineering stage presence, this is a serious axe for the headbanger who's ready to really stand out.
Every musician is familiar with the power that genres have to create their very own cultures - especially a genre like metal. What makes B.C. Rich so interesting is that they've managed to do the same thing, but with an instrument rather than a genre. Fixtures in the metal and rock communities ever since Black Sabbath hit the studio for the first time, B.C. Rich solid-body electric guitars are truly without equal.