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B.C. Rich Trace Warbeast T Electric Guitar Onyx

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The B.C. Rich Trace Warbeast T is an electric guitar with a tremolo that has way more going for it than a cool name and awesome gothic looks. The Warbeast T includes an ebony fretboard and black chrom... Read More

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Overview

The B.C. Rich Trace Warbeast T is an electric guitar with a tremolo that has way more going for it than a cool name and awesome gothic looks. The Warbeast T includes an ebony fretboard and black chrome hardware. A through-the-body string design adds extra sustain. The Warbeast guitar's controls include a master volume, master tone, and 3-way toggle pickup selector switch. Like the trail of tracer bullets in the night, the trail of silver on the fretboard and body bevels of the Warbeast create a stunning show when you are on the stage. The Floyd Rose Special Series tremolo lets you pierce the clouds and plumb the depths.

Bolt-on Construction
A number of B.C. Rich guitars use a classic bolt-on construction. On these instruments a neck (typically maple) is bolted to the body with 4 screws. This construction offers some added flexibility in the guitar's adjustment and provides the option to change the neck in the future.

B.C. Rich BDSM Pickups
B.C. Rich designed their BDSM humbucking pickups to provide a solid sound and to be durable while delivering high output. BDSM stands for Broad Dynamic Sonically Matched, which simply means that the pickup is designed to reproduce a wide range of frequencies accurately (broad dynamic). Then they are tested and matched in pairs (neck and bridge) by their inherent individual and signature tonal and output characteristics to give a solidly balanced tone (sonically matched).

Beveled Top
Most of B.C. Rich guitar body styles employ a beveled edge. In many ways bevels on a guitar's top are similar to facets on a cut stone. They catch the light and reflect at different angles giving the guitar more of a 3-dimensional look. On the Trace Warbeast the guitar's shape is accented by the silver painted bevels highlighting the unique body shape with a contrasting color.

Case sold separately.

Features
  • Style: Double-cutaway Warbeast
  • with beveled edges
  • Construction: Bolt-on neck
  • Body wood: Mahogany
  • Tuners: B.C. Rich die-cast
  • Fretboard: Ebony
  • Fretboard radius: 12"
  • Frets: 24 jumbo
  • Scale length: 25-1/2"
  • Bridge: Floyd Rose Special Series trem
  • Pickups: B.C. Rich BDSM - Broad Dynamic Sonically Matched humbuckers
  • Controls: 1 volume, 1 tone and 1 three-way toggle
  • Color: Onyx
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Case: not included
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4.4

(based on 11 reviews)

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I Love It!

I went in to my local GC to go play a Dean Razorback considering how much i love my flying V from them. I tried plenty of guitars like some loved others. B.C....Read complete review

I went in to my local GC to go play a Dean Razorback considering how much i love my flying V from them. I tried plenty of guitars like some loved others. B.C. Rich has always caught my attention with there wicked body types. I tried this out because i loved the descreat but very stylish inlays. I fell in love the minute i tried it. It is so smoothe and fluent when you play. It has an amazing sound that rips through the air on my Line Six Spider. I was told that B.C Rich isnt all that good but they are amazing. The only downfall with me is all the little Floyed rose parts confuse me =) but other than that buy it great for the price!

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Good Nicew Guitar but Issues

It's A Killer Metal guitar \m/ The BC Rich Tuners Handle The Drop Notes, Nice Sustain, Good Pickups, Nice Slick Thick Neck Beautiful Sexy Body \m/ but the Guitar's not really...Read complete review

It's A Killer Metal guitar \m/ The BC Rich Tuners Handle The Drop Notes, Nice Sustain, Good Pickups, Nice Slick Thick Neck Beautiful Sexy Body \m/ but the Guitar's not really Reliable. 3 months I had it the Wires For the tone and volume began to Fade in and out when I turned the Nobs while I was Playing, and the 3 Way toggle came lose. Also It doesn't feel as nice to Play as My Warlock.

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3.0

Good Nicew Guitar but Issues

By John

from Nickelsville VA.

It's A Killer Metal guitar \m/ The BC Rich Tuners Handle The Drop Notes, Nice Sustain, Good Pickups, Nice Slick Thick Neck Beautiful Sexy Body \m/ but the Guitar's not really Reliable. 3 months I had it the Wires For the tone and volume began to Fade in and out when I turned the Nobs while I was Playing, and the 3 Way toggle came lose. Also It doesn't feel as nice to Play as My Warlock.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

MUST BUY

By Nick

from Kansas City, MO

Guys, I've seen all of the reviews about this guitar saying how it breaks strings. I might be too late on this review for some of you, but hopefully the rest of the population can use this. This guitar has beautiful clean tones. Great for metal, or rock. I use it for heavy metal, ac/dc, ccr, beatles, alternative, punk everything. The thing about the strings is you need to take your string, and before you string it, file of the saddle for the string on the bridge. After that it plays better, and has the broke in vintage feel. This guitar is very capable of every genre of music, it just has the look of a hard player. Don't lose faith if it breaks strings right off the bat, just get thicker strings and file the saddles.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Guitar Yet!

By Zach

from Tulsa Oklahoma

My opinion is that bc rich is just loading up on wicked body designs and the fact that this was always my favorite guitar from bc rich, im glad to have it, dont have a downside except when sitting down a pointy end of the guitar gets annoying, but i dont usually sit down while playing, and even if that, you can get a strap and hang the guitar below your knees while playing, that also helps you get used to standing up while playing. but if you have the money, get it! With a coffin case with red velvet in it too!

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

good buy for the money

By Kellin

from Wisoncsin

To be honest, i wasn't all that excited about this guitar when i first got it. That's because the high e string snapped literally 10 minutes after i took it out of the box. But, thanks to the locking nut, i can still play the guitar and it holds the string in place nicely. Another thing that i noticed is that when you have a lot of overdrive on and you try to go and play something while your low E string is ringing out it cant process the other thing that you try and play that well, for example, if you try and play the intro riff to master of puppets and you happen to forget to deaden the low E string its not going to really pickup anything you do on the higher strings. Other than the pickups, everything on this guitar is amazing. It stays in tune very well, after having it for about a week I've only had to lightly tune it two or three times. the floyd-rose tremolo system is perfect, very nicely put together. And as the others have already said, the right horn tends to dig into your leg if your sitting and playing, but how hard is it to stand for such a finely crafted guitar.

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(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

B.C. Rich :D

By Hotpocket

from Little Rock, Arkansas

I bought this guitar around christmas, it's an awesome guitar. It's a little hard to find out how to position it to make it comfy. The tremolo did fall off when i spun it too much but the people at GC fixed it and it doesn't fall off anymore. Only thing i would really change about it was put in some EMG 81/85 pickups. Oh and one last thing, the tremolo is still a giant pain and very confusing but still an awesome guitar.

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(5 of 30 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Horrible Guitar

By Jumanji

from new jersey

I bought the war beast 6 months ago and the whammy broke off and hit me in the arm as i was playing and then then the inlays were coming off but the whammy bar is horrible if you want a good guitar worth the money buy the sg 400.The sg looks like a gibson compared to that!

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

OMG!!!!!!

By Nate A

from Taylor, MI

i went to my local gc this morning with some money and the hopes to get a sweet axe. I eneded up leaving with so much more than that because of this guitar. I got the confidence and look to boot. This guitar is the best ever, the guy at the store showed me how to do a divebomb and everything...thank you b.c. rich and guitar center!

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(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

B.C. Rich Trace Warbeast T Electric Guitar

By joe

from Cherry Hill, NJ

i recently got this guitar for my birthday. although i ha trouble with the floyd rose when i changed the strings, now that i have it down its incredeble. i was blown away at the difference between this and my 13 year old squire strat.

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(15 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I Love It!

By Classical Shredder

from Edmond Oklahoma

I went in to my local GC to go play a Dean Razorback considering how much i love my flying V from them. I tried plenty of guitars like some loved others. B.C. Rich has always caught my attention with there wicked body types. I tried this out because i loved the descreat but very stylish inlays. I fell in love the minute i tried it. It is so smoothe and fluent when you play. It has an amazing sound that rips through the air on my Line Six Spider. I was told that B.C Rich isnt all that good but they are amazing. The only downfall with me is all the little Floyed rose parts confuse me =) but other than that buy it great for the price!

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(7 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You cant put this guitar down

By Lenny

from New jersey

This guitar was a gift for me on my graduation and its just impossible to put down this guitar was the best guitar I've bought. If you're a B.C.Rich fan go ahead and buy it.

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