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    Nouveau Retro Rich

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    BC Rich Guitars Launches NJ Retro Series


    mockingbird-cherry-747f7303.thumb.jpg.9ea8825c877a7d61744514d563be6d31.jpgAfter many requests, BC Rich Guitars releases the NJ Retro Series. These electric guitars are a throwback to the classic 1980s NJ models built in Nagoya, Japan. This series includes the Warlock, Mockingbird, and Bich models. The NJ Retro series is available now through dealers and distributors worldwide.  

    The NJ Retro’s feature a maple neck-through-body with mahogany wings in either a Ferrari Red or Cherry Sunburst pearl finish. The 24 5/8” scale neck features a glossed modern “C” shape, 12” radius rosewood fretboard, jumbo frets, and BCR diamond white pearl inlays. The neck also features a 43mm graphite nut, a dual action truss rod, and their traditional 3-per-side headstock with the old school trinity logo and die-cast tuning keys.

    Electronically, each guitar is fitted with the BCR1983 - Classic Reissue humbucker pickups in the neck and bridge positions. A Classic Quad bridge is standard. Controls include a separate bridge and neck volumes, a master tone, and a three-way toggle.

    MSRP: $599 USD

    To learn more about B.C. Rich and the new NJ Retro Series, please visit www.bcrich.com


    About B.C. Rich

    Established in 1969, B.C. Rich has been building some of the most iconic guitars in music history.  Beginning with the handcrafted Seagull, the company pioneered the neck-through design and construction that would become the hallmark of the B.C. Rich legacy.  Top shelf guitarists around the world took notice and B.C. Rich guitars soon became the instrument of choice for household names such as Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Lita Ford, Slash of Guns N Roses, and Slayer’s Kerry King.   Today, the readers of Guitar World magazine consider the B.C. Rich Mockingbird to be “The Coolest Guitar of All Time.”


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    Shame that the Pre-Release pic, showed such a mismatch of wood grains. Looks more like a cheap copy that you see on eBay in kit forms.

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