Here we have a superb 1980s USA BC Rich Mockingbird Electric Guitar. A relatively heavy solid body guitar with 2 stock Dimarzio pick ups. The guitar’s 2 hum-buckers are kitted out with the BCR standard array of switching options including a pre amp and varitone switch allowing for a variety of tone and output. Apart from its build quality, it is quite a rare model and its serial number is embossed on the fretboard. It is one of the top ten guitars in the collection. The guitar has a fantastic feel to it, no neck dive or other instability issues and sound wise it is awesome too. The fret board is high quality ebony with cloud mother of Pearl markers. Guitar lives in its original hard-case.
One of the better basses in my collection a rare and great looking BC Rich Bass from 1988, made in the famous Nagoya Plant. The bass is the usual mockingbird shape with odd angles and a well constructed thru neck. It is an active bass with bass and treble tone and master volume that both drives the passive and active circuit. The active circuit can be by-passed giving a dual split humbucker combination with 3 switches for in/phase/out/phase etc. hence the combinations of tone and volume are endless. The guitar plays extremely well and with its 24-fret it can be played in both bass and guitar fashion. the body is well balanced and handles very well.
Its a pretty bass with mixture of attractive woods put together and a joy for the eye as well as the ear. A great bass that measures well up against the Alembics and WALs of this world.