B.C. Rich is known for their neck-thru basses and the Warlock NT Bass Guitar is a fine addition to their neck-thru lineup. The distinctive Warlock body shape is enhanced with nato sides and a 2-piece quilt maple veneer top. Diamond inlays highlight an ebony fingerboard with 24 frets. Now players who want the added sustain, clarity, and solid feel o... Click To Read More About This Product
B.C. Rich is known for their neck-thru basses and the Warlock NT Bass Guitar is a fine addition to their neck-thru lineup. The distinctive Warlock body shape is enhanced with nato sides and a 2-piece quilt maple veneer top. Diamond inlays highlight an ebony fingerboard with 24 frets. Now players who want the added sustain, clarity, and solid feel of a neck-thru can pick up a Warlock NT.
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Ok. I tried this thing out at the store thinking it was going to be pretty cool because it was a b.c. rich warlock, and I was REALLY into metal at the time. So I plugged the thing on into a nice 300W Line 6 and no matter what I did i couln't get a good sound out of it if my life depended on it. And just to let you know... Warlock basses are bigger than Warlock guitars. I mean it was practically like playing an acoustic. (not that i dont like playing acoustics, its just its almost as big as one and i dont like that in an electric) Anyway. just don't get this bass. You'll hate yourself if you do.
The B.C. Rich Warlock has become one of the most recognized guitar styles and for good reason. The look, feel and fast-playability of a B.C. Rich shoots down other bass brands in a higher price range. I also have a Widow and a Zombie (all neck-thru) and NOTHING compares to the output of these bass guitars. B.C. Rich's factory pick-ups are aggressive, smooth and full of tone. One thing you may need to check out is how it sounds in your amp. Not every amp is compatible with a B.C. Rich. For example, Fender Bassman amps don't pick up the highs from B.C. Rich pick-ups but Line 6 and/or Hartke will. This bass is heavy, which is what you should want if you like B.C. Rich! It's not for little guys who don't want to stand out and be noticed. The jumbo frets are 10x more comfortable than any other style. If you don't like a bass with 24 jumbo frets (a MUST in my opinion), tons of thunder and weighty substance, buy something lackluster like a Gibson or Fender. Or just switch to guitar! And contrary to what people may think or say; this bass is great for ALL types of music. I've done fill-in work in every genre from Country to Death Metal and the Warlock is great for all of them. The Warlock, over other B.C. Rich styles, is especially GREAT for slap-pop Funk, due to it's shape, distance between strings and neck comfort. Only 1 minor issue: Granted this bass is built on standard B.C. Rich specs however, you may have some issues with cheap Chinese hardware. One of my pickups will not raise up because the screw is impossible to turn - no matter what I've tried. It's not a huge deal, but next set up I'll have my guy fix 'er up real good, assuming his drill bits and tools are superior to mine!
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