If you're one of the hundreds of thousands of fans to see Kerry King on stage with Slayer recently, then you have seen the B.C. Rich Kerry King V2 Generation Electric Guitar in action. Kerry's latest ... Read More
If you're one of the hundreds of thousands of fans to see Kerry King on stage with Slayer recently, then you have seen the B.C. Rich Kerry King V2 Generation Electric Guitar in action. Kerry's latest graphic design features a two-tone tribal design floating over fire. The tone is just as hot as the look.
This V Generation 2 has a mahogany body with a comfortable beveled top. The bolt-on maple neck offers a smooth ebony fretboard with a custom Kerry King inlay on the 12th fret. Active B.C. Rich pickups supply plenty of power and adjustment via 2 volume, 1 three-way toggle and 1 tone controls. Comes equipped with a Kahler X tremolo bridge and locking nut.
Kerry King has earned his reputation as one of Thrash Metal's premier guitarists by consistently delivering crushing riffs, ripping tones and live performances of a Panzer tank division. Just as consistent is King's stated preference for B.C. Rich guitars, which have fueled his sonic fire for years.
B.C. Rich works closely with Kerry to offer a selection of "Kerry King Approved" guitars that meet his demanding expectations. These guitars reflect Kerry's requirements for consummate playability, tone and construction.
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Comments about B.C. Rich Kerry King V2 Generation Electric Guitar:
I picked up this guitar a couple months ago and I must say it is by far the best guitar I've played. The Kahler tremolo is also the best tremolo out there. It is way easier to use, operate and change strings with than the Floyd Rose. There are no springs with it, and divebombing and whammying is always perfect. I have EMG pickups in it and that gives it more sustain and gain. I have not played the guitar with the original pickups though. The guitar is not too heavy and it is beautiful, the picture of it on here makes it seem a little cartoony, but in real life it is a gnarly guitar with the all black body and the tribal designs are rad. I have yet to play a better guitar.