Here’s a very nice condition B.C. Rich Mockingbird Neck-Thru series guitar in transparent red Mahogany. B.C. Rich was founded by Bernardo Chavez Rico in the late 60’s and grew to find favor with hard rock guitarists during the heyday of 70’s and 80’s hard rock. With it’s eye-catching styling, EMG active pickups and locking tremolo system the Mockingbird is a mission-specific axe that will get you noticed.
This is a 2002 used guitar in very good condition with minor fret wear and light signs of handling. No significant finish chips dings or dents. There are a couple tiny nicks near the socket head screws which lock the saddles, which is very common to guitar with a Floyd Rose. Black hardware is in very good condition with no signs of wearing through, even on the tuning keys.
This guitar features:
- Mahogany body 8.4 pounds
- Neck-Thru mahogany construction
- Rosewood fretboard
- 25.5″ scale, 12″ radius
- Floyd Rose licensed locking tremolo system
- EMG active pickups
- 3-way pickup selector
- Volume, volume and tone controls
- Original B.C. Hard Case
- Made in South Korea
There is no mistaking a Mockingbird for anything else, except possibly a cheap imitation. But this Korean-built beauty features top notch hardware, excellent build quality, and a set of high output EMG pickups that can push just about any amp into a frenzy. Not for introverts, the Mockingbird is a professional quality guitar that sounds as aggressive and extroverted as it looks.