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heads on fire 05/03/2012

B.C. Rich BICH SE BARITONE: Produktbewertung von heads on fire (content in English)


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This Bich SE Baritone guitar from BC Rich has a Nato wood body, bolt on maple neck with 30" scale, ebony fretboard with 24 jumbo frets and diamond inlays. It has a BC Rich brand BDSM humbucker, chrome hardware, a tuneamatic Gibson style bridge which is strung through the body. 1 volume knob and 1 tone knob completes the picture.


This guitar was meant purely for low end chugging power riffs. To that end, it succeeds. It has a nice, sleek look to it, and the simplicity is very cool. I like single pickup, single purpose instruments - the designers have an end goal in mind and usually achieve it. The neck plays well, but feels like a bass in length. This will throw off anyone with shorter arms. Balance is a touch neck heavy, too. One thing that's very weird is that the strings don't want to bend on this guitar due to the scale - that's something any lead guitarist should know off the bat.


The pickup sounds good. It holds a lot of power and definition - the notes rip through the speaker like clear bells from hell. No matter how complex the chord is, how dense, each note rings out. This is a great thing on an axe like this. The guitar is incredible for doom, sludge, stoner, death, tech, and djent stylings.


This is a cool axe, for sure. Limited in scope, at least it knows what it wants - to MELT FACES. If you like to play huge, crushing metal riffs in the deepest depths, this guitar is worth a look. The quality is great for the price, and you're not going to find another single pickup 30 inch scale 6 string out there. Plus, the classic yet menacing Bich design is super cool!