Price Paid for B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock:$400 CAN
Description of B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock:Black, Typical BC Rich Style.
B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Tone Rating:2/10
Comments about B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Tone:Little versatility. Need to have lots of gain for a heavy rock sound, but to play anyting else, ain't nothing to get out of it. Sound quality seems to degrade with time - pickups perhaps.
B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Quality Rating:2/10
Comments about B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Quality:I'm not very thrilled about the finish. Looks good when new but doesn't take long to wear off on the point. Remember there aint too many guitar stands that hold this thing,so when you set it down the paint on the pointy ends start to wear. Oh, and it's kind of easy to chip of edges on the headstock. Chiped mine in the first week after I got it home. Had problems with the wiring, pots, and such. Taken this baby back to the shop so many times that I'm not even sure when I last played it.
B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Overall Rating:3/10
B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Pros:I can't think of any real pros. Guess I could say that if it doesn't quit on me, I suppose the girls might like me better cause it looks cool.
B.C. Rich Bronze Series Warlock Cons:If you buy this, spend some money and chage the pickups, pots, and replace all the wiring. Then you might get something. Then again, you could just spend that extra cash on something better in the first place. Not worth the money I paid. You might find one for 150 US if you look around the web, but don't expect much when you get it.
Submitted by: Jazz
Playing Experience: over ten years
Musical Tastes: blues, country, folk, jazz, pop