and was generally very happy with what I had at that time. It has a licensed floyd rose trem with locking nut, (SFT-70A). Thanks in advance, and I hope this site is still active. I have a red powdercoated Warlock with black inlay around guitar and headstock is same in back of guitar that sits in back ive looked all over all I have found is a glossy black. The 1st year edition , it is also signed by Bernie . Rich's and haven't been disappointed with any of them. If you are still monitoring this board, I have seen you offer up wiring diagrams and information to others and would like your permission to send some pics and gain some information on this guitar. I found a few pics of bitch models with the same fret board, but nothing else. It was my first Bass guitar and means the world to me ...The first two secrets to Stevie's tone are his soul and hands, so you are defeated before you begin in your quest for his tone.For those who are interested, the following is the best I can do for you in answering gear questions. I took it out to Pico Rivera in 82 because the neck had problems. He put on a new fret board and I had it back in a week. , I notice a lot of questions about price's of various models. I sent away for a set of pickups from china..the heck... why not. Rich as they are currently with the majority of their stock being made throughout various parts of asia with relatively poor QC and low value. It has the big R on the headstock and the neck plate states BC Rich TM BC22545 LA California USA I imagine that it is from the Class Axe era but I'm looking for more info on it. I've yet to see another one on sale in the UK (online anyway). If anyone has a schematic or a place I could find one I would greatly appreciate it! I only paid a 100$ for it but I think I need a new neck too I just picked up a BC Rich import model labeled 'Exclusive' on the truss rod cover, no markings on the back of the headstock (narrow 3 3), dual humbuckers, in the double cutaway, PRS archtop shape, 24 frets, large oval inlays, Grover sealed tuners, Gibson LP-style 2-piece bridge/tailpiece, Seven Digit serial number like "F9XXXXX", Trans blue, bound top... I cannot find anything referencing it except one site said it was likely a 1999 Japanese (? It is a black bolt on, maple neck and maple finger board, 2 sets of double pickups, reverse pointed headstock. They are well made and could fool most people I have to say Hello! I have recently acquired a son of the beast in cherry red and black. It has a single volume,single tone, a three position pick up switch and what looks like a single coil cut out switch. it also has a 22 fret maple neck and red reverse headstock with gold BC rich logo and says licensed by BC rich. I have had my warlock for 18 yrs (one of my first guitars) and am now looking to sell but i'm struggling to properly identify it.
A small number of TS-9s had the JRC4558D, but most were shipped with either the JRC2043DD or the TA75558P. TS-10 Tube Screamer Classic: This one took a while.
Since the black was already the color of the original pickup, I replaced it with the new black wired one..sound...before I pull I all out and re solder in the red wired one..advice? I looked up mine and the combination of model and serial number do not seem to line up. I have scoured the net for a few days and the only thing close is the rave model which has a maple fingerboard but normal headstock. Does anyone know where to find the blue book on this?
There needs to be more talk about how they make you play and sound better! Well one pickup has a red wire and the other has a black. s/n BC2191 This guitar plays very nicely, except that I am not a good guitar player. I was recently informed that they did not always have that reputation, and that BC Rich's of a certain vintage are actually a gold standard type of guitar. It's a 2003 Beast, Body Art Series with the Brass City design and not a mark on it, really is awesome condition, plays spot on, perfect set up etc. The other thing that sold me on it is it came in a Coffin Case with purple tuck and pleat..looks so cool lol Thanks again if anyone can help. There is no writing on the headstock other than the BC Rich logo and the serial plate on the back has not been stamped with a number but there is g1966 etched into it.
SRV used the Tube Screamer to drive his amplifier – either a Fender Vibroverb or a Dumble Steel String Singer, depending on accounts.
The boost gain of the TS-808 pushed the amp to new levels of creamy distortion, adding a grit, a bite, a scream. It was a unique tone, one that SRV cooked up, tasted, added a bit more spice, then adjusted again to create what became his trademark sound on his trademark solo on his trademark song.