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B.C. Rich Jr. V Platinum Series, Guitar, Electric Guitar

B.C. Rich Jr. V Platinum Series


B.C. Rich is an American brand of acoustic and electric (bass) guitars founded by Bernardo Chavez Rico in 1969. The company started to make electric guitars in the 1970s that were notable for their atypical body shapes. In the following decade B.C. Rich gained a broader exposure with the popularity of heavy metal and has since often been linked to that music scene. The company briefly switched owners in the 1990s before being acquired in the 2000s by Hanser Music Group, a distribution company based in Hebron , Kentucky. The high-end B.C. Rich instruments are custom-made in the USA whereas the mid and low budget models are produced in different countries in Asia. B.C. RICH discontinued the Jr. V (Platinum Series) in 2002.



    -Body material: alder body

    -Body style: V shaped body



    -Bridge: tune-o-matic bridge

    -Hardware color: chrome hardware

    -Tuners: die-cast tuners



    -Fingerboard material: rosewood fingerboard

    -Fingerboard position markers: dot fingerboard position markers



    -Finish colors: black finish

    -Finish effects: metallic finish

    -Number of strings: 6 strings

    -Scale length: 24.75 inches scale-length



    -Neck joint: bolt on neck

    -Neck material: maple neck

    -Number of frets: 22 fret

    -Tuner layout: six-in-a-row tuners



    -Pickup selector controls: 1 pickup selector switch

    -Tone controls: 1 tone control

    -Volume controls: 2 volume controls



    -Pickups configuration: 2 humbucker pickups

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