First 7: B.C. Rich Jr. V.

Discussion in 'Sevenstring Guitars' started by Sand, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. Sand

    Sand SS.org Regular

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    Hello community, been a member for a while but only posted once I just recently I bought a 7, the Jr V, and figured i'd share some pics as there doesn't seem to be alot of these things out there yet. For anyone wanting to buy one, do it, this is some high quality product for the 720$ I payed total, to get this shipped to me in Canada.



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    Nothing flattering. full length.

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    A close up of the Floyd logo and shows a hint of that badass transparent purple that my phone can't capture.

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    A close-up of this amazing amazing fretboard.

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    And this is just the whole famjam together... when they get along. My Jr. V deluxe 6-string isn't in the picture because my friend has borrowed it, but he belongs in there too.



    I'm not doing a review because I've only been playing a year and some, but I know I like reviews before buying. I bought this blind and I must say.. it paid off. Peace
     
  2. Evil7

    Evil7 LowCrushingMetal

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    Looks nice man... red Quilted maple? Hard to tell from the pics....
     
  3. Sebastian

    Sebastian Poland CEO / RHLC ©

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    Congrats ! Looks cool
     
  4. Malacoda

    Malacoda Fogdiver

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    Purple actually.
     
  5. JakSchitt

    JakSchitt Tonehound

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    My gas for this 7 is slowly but surely building. Seems to be an awful lot of guitar for a very reasonable price. Congrats fella!
     
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    george galatis SS.org Regular

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    beast ;) congratulations!
     
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    Congrats !!!
     
  8. XtremeMetalGod1

    XtremeMetalGod1 Rythm Player of Deth

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    hows the stock pickups sound?
     
  9. I_infect

    I_infect SS.org Regular

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    For stockers, I didn't find them bad at all... pretty good actually. I'm keeping mine stock. Ran through a 6505 with a boost it sounds fine.

    to the OP, nice choice. They play great
     
  10. Sand

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    Haha well, I dont have a 6505, I've just got a 75W small modelling amp. But i guess the pickups arent THAT bad, the bridge isnt nearly hot enough though, so I will replace it sometime soon, hopefully. The rest of the guitar though: Prime!
     

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