The Matt Tuck Signature V from BC Rich.
There were four colours but incredibly this is kind of hard to find pictures of – perhaps this didn’t sell very well or perhaps this just wasn’t pushed out there very well. Both sides of the deal have moved on – BC Rich are no longer making these and Matt Tuck is no longer an endorsor.
Gorgeous guitar design. The concept with this V was the rounded shape at the acute point so that the body can sit on your thigh whilst accessing high parts of the neck for those tight solos.
The silver one on top is my favourite but can’t be found for sale anywhere anymore. There are two purples ones left in Australia for sale that I know of (as of writing) and the black ones that Matt Tuck always used on stage with Bullet For My Valentine I have never ever seen for sale. Ever.
Shame. If you own one, you are very lucky.
Limited edition Spider webbing designs on a Bich (top) and a Warlock (below).
I know what you’re thinking – it looks like Spider-Man jerked off on a bunch of black guitars. They look cool though.
The Perfect 10 Rich Bich with Dragons Blood onyx paint job.
This is a 10 string guitar with the usual six strings wound to tuning pegs on the headstock and a further four string reverse strung from the headstock to pegs on the body, as shown. The result is a guitar that you can still play power chords (or drop D chords if you tune it that way) on two regular bottom strings with the top four string doubled up for great options in freestyle play.
Personally, I think this is better than 12 string as the higher octave on those thicker strings shits me when playing open chords.
Hi everyone, pinch and a punch and all that shit. It’s June.
I was in the mood for some 80’s pop metal today so here’s a big helping of awesome from the band Poison. I swear I didn’t pick this clip because they are playing BC Rich guitars exclusively throughout – that was just a happy coincidence.