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B.C. Rich Heritage Classic Mockingbird Bass Transparent Red 

(Transparent Red)  Sku #512651000016000

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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The B.C. Rich Heritage Classic Mockingbird 4-string bass includes neck through design, AAA quilted Maple top and an ebony fingerboard with cloud inlays. This traditional looking bass is equipped with active EQ for greater clarity and punch, one master volume, one treble, one bass and one blend control.

  • Nato Body
  • Hard Maple Neck
  • Neck-thru Construction
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • Traditional Bass Headstock
  • 34" Scale
  • 24 Jumbo Frets
  • Pearl Cloud Inlays
  • B.C. Rich P-style Bass Pickups
  • Deluxe Bass Bridge
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Horrible decision buying this bass


from Bristol, CT

Comments about B.C. Rich Heritage Classic Mockingbird Bass:

I get this bass and out of the box I am so excited to have it. Sure enough i have a gig 3 days later where i decided to use this bass. sound check went smoothly. about an hour after sound check, its time for the show to start. I pick up the bass and nothing is coming out just a flat buzzing when i strum the strings. thankfully i had my old bass just in case (a friend of mine said BC Rich was notorious for electrical problems out of the box) he wasn't kidding. I took it to a repair shop because it was still under warranty. repair guy has it for 2 days and says nothing is wrong with it because its playing fine. I try it out its working perfectly. about 3 weeks after that at practice the bass 'dies out' again after about an hour of playing. i know what your thinking, ' maybe it was the chord or amp...NO. 2 different amps and chords when the bass died out, also i used my old bass on the same amps and chords and it was mint as always. took it to a certified bc rich repair guy this time and he couldnt figure out what was wrong with it. so i returned it. this bass is pretty on the eyes but it was a tremendous piece of crap. i will never buy a bc rich again.

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