B.C. Rich NT Warlock Electric GuitarProduct #H73609 B.C. Rich H73609 AAG Solid Body Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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An iconic body shape with neck-through design for maximum sustain and powerful Duncan design pickups.
Who else but B.C. Rich would you expect to offer neck-through guitars? Now B.C. Rich will take their neck through designs to a whole new level. Introducing the NT Series Guitars and Basses. Many of these models have never been offered as import neck-through. Now players who want the added sustain and solid feel of a neck-through, in an affordable package, can pickup an NT (neck-through) Series by B.C. Rich.
B.C. Rich is known as one of the pioneers in neck-through construction. They use it on many of their guitars, because it provides the best possible sustain, resonance, comfort and access to higher frets. Neck-through has long been considered the premium construction method for high-end guitars. This construction starts with a long piece (or pieces) of premium North American maple. That piece runs from the tip of the headstock to the strap button on the opposite end of the guitar. This means that the headstock, fingerboard, pickups and bridge all are mounted to this single sound foundation. Sonically it is a difference you can hear. The neck-through construction also allows more of the body and neck to be cut away at the neck joint, which provides comfort no bolt-on or set-neck could offer. You will find the neck through feature on all top of the line B.C. Rich models.
Case sold separately.
- Neck-through construction
- Mahogany body
- Grover tuners
- Maple neck wood
- Ebony fretboard
- Diamond inlay
- 25.5" scale
- 12" neck radius
- 24 jumbo frets
- Tune-o-matic bridge type
- Duncan design pickups
- Push-pull coil-tap on the tone control pot
- Black hardware
- Case sold separately
Arm yourself with an axe that gets the job done. Order today.