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That's all I needed, Nathan. I'm making the leap.

Anyone willin to trade their BC Rich Warlock for an older but nicely cleaned up Mustang?...in pretty good shape really but it is a 1965 model.

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That's all I needed, Nathan. I'm making the leap.

Anyone willin to trade their BC Rich Warlock for an older but nicely cleaned up Mustang?...in pretty good shape really but it is a 1965 model.

:shock:

You oughta be looking at a USA era BCR for that.

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That's all I needed, Nathan. I'm making the leap.

Anyone willin to trade their BC Rich Warlock for an older but nicely cleaned up Mustang?...in pretty good shape really but it is a 1965 model.

:shock:

You oughta be looking at a USA era BCR for that.

:wink:

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FREKIN NOT LIKE !!!!! GRRR!

The woman, hmmm, who sold it has been badly so only despatched it today so the chances of me schredding the fvck out of it to reign in blood by the weekend are pretty slim to say the least.

My missis is very very fed up of my constant grumpyness because of this.

Harumph. :-(

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Haha, awesome! The graphic is one of the better ones, i was hoping you had'nt bought 'the fly' graphic. How does it play, sound? You happy? :-D

Love the diamond inlays.. old school BCR! They are BDSM pups too, proper RAAWK.

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It plays really well tbh. The fret board is a bit flat compared to the other guitars i'm used to but the neck is really thin and feels very comfortable.

Plugged it in to a zoom unit via headphones but not cranked her yet.

Couple of dings here and there and the knobs feel sloppy but other than that its sound!

May put some witch hats on her.

For my 1st BCR i'm well chuffed. :-D

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knobs feel sloppy

I've had quite a few BCR in for repair on this, tighten them pots up mate! What happens, they are'nt tightened enough at the factory, so the pot eventually moves when you turn the knob and a terminally touches the insulating paint on the cavity wall and grounds out.

Glad you like it. Rock on brother!! :D

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