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returntothepit >> discuss >> I got an ugly guitar by ZJD on Apr 15,2008 12:24am
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toggletoggle post by ZJD   at Apr 15,2008 12:24am
I traded a slightly upgraded cheapish Jackson Rhoads for this and some money. I thought it would just be a sweet looking dumb guitar but it plays pretty great and the kahler trem is interesting. I bought a Dimarzio Evolution for it today.



Doesn't it remind you of Street Fighter?



toggletoggle post by whiskey_weed_and_women  at Apr 15,2008 12:28am
you should buy my esp ltd 400 viper



toggletoggle post by DaveFromTheGrave  at Apr 15,2008 12:28am
you should buy my sperm sample



toggletoggle post by the_taste_of_cigarettes  at Apr 15,2008 12:28am
Looks like a Bronze BC Rich

I had one once, they fall apart and are finicky. The pickups suck. They play really nicely though, for leads.



toggletoggle post by FuckIsMySignature at Apr 15,2008 12:29am
did it come with a can of Hairspray?



toggletoggle post by RichHorror  at Apr 15,2008 12:30am
It reminds me of a gay tiger.



toggletoggle post by ZJD   at Apr 15,2008 12:36am
the_taste_of_cigarettes said[orig][quote]
Looks like a Bronze BC Rich

I had one once, they fall apart and are finicky. The pickups suck. They play really nicely though, for leads.


Isn't the broze series really low end? Do they come with nice locking tremolos?

As far as I know, this is an NJ series Warlock and old enough to have come stock with the Kahler. I don't know if the quality was higher 10-20 years ago with these guitars, but this one seems quite solid and plays well.



toggletoggle post by the_reverend   at Apr 15,2008 12:53am
At War?



toggletoggle post by ZJD   at Apr 15,2008 12:55am
the serial is R 848275. Do you nerds know what that means for the age or series of this guitar? It says bronze nowhere on it.



toggletoggle post by anthny at Apr 15,2008 1:19am
That guitar is sweet.



toggletoggle post by thegreatspaldino   at Apr 15,2008 6:23am
it looks like Cammy's legs, from street fighter, as you said.



toggletoggle post by corpus_colostomy at Apr 15,2008 7:40am
can you say Nagoya Japan?



toggletoggle post by thuringwethil at Apr 15,2008 9:20am
Kahler Pro, nice

I miss my Charvel, I never should've sold that



toggletoggle post by dreadkill  at Apr 15,2008 9:30am
looks like you bought it from an ex-roadie for Loudness



toggletoggle post by dreadkill  at Apr 15,2008 9:31am
it's a pretty interesting guitar though



toggletoggle post by thuringwethil at Apr 15,2008 9:55am
dreadkill said[orig][quote]
looks like you bought it from an ex-roadie for Loudness


LOL,
"Wooo-stah! Sank you for a fucking goodtime! On ze guit-ah, Akira Takasaki!"

Long Live Loudness.



toggletoggle post by Godlessrob at Apr 15,2008 10:18am
From a BC Rich history site:

Bolt-neck guitars are less precise for the usual reasons. The serial number is stamped on a neck plate, and like every other company, when the guitar was being finished, someone grabbed a plate out of the box and put it on. These still follow the same XXYYY dating scheme, but there was no particular order to thier application. If a guitar has a number of 89321, for example, it was probably built in 1987, but it could be a bit earlier or later.

Here is more:

Bolt-neck guitars are less precise for the usual reasons. The serial number is stamped on a neck plate, and like every other company, when the guitar was being finished, someone grabbed a plate out of the box and put it on in no particular, precise or documented order. These do not follow the same XXYYY dating scheme as the neck thru models. If a guitar has a number of 89321, for example, it was probably built in 1987, but it could have been assembled a bit earlier or later than 1987.

In the year 2000, they changed to the letters "BO" (Bolt On) and three digits (B0XXX), which was the actual production number, but there was no number stating the year the guitar was built. The import guitar models before November of 2000 have a serial number starting with the letter "F", the USA models do not.

F7XXXXX (1997)
F8XXXXX (1998)
F9XXXXX(1999)
F0XXXXX (2000)

I have no idea where the "R" comes from. it sounds like at 1 point they just started putting random #'s on random guitars. If I had to guess it's probably mid to late 80's

Anyways here are the links for the 2 sites.

http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/page/shop/news_story/a/news_id/e/530

http://www.geocities.com/coneyis72/history.htm



toggletoggle post by sever at Apr 17,2008 7:09am
ZJD said[orig][quote]
Doesn't it remind you of Street Fighter?



hahahahahahaha yes



toggletoggle post by thegreatspaldino   at Apr 17,2008 7:54am
ZJD said[orig][quote]




Doesn't it remind you of Street Fighter?






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