BC Rich kick off 2016 with a bold refresh of their lineup. New owners have chosen a new naming structure – Group 1 instruments are Mk1-Mk3 & represent the starter models this is the BC Rich Mk1 Jr V…
With effect from January 2016, the BC Rich name was licensed to Praxis Musical Instruments. PMI are also the people handling Ernie Ball Music Man’s Sterling range of more affordable instruments.
This year, the BC Rich range are divided into 3 major groups: Group 1- Mk1/ Mk3 Group 2- Mk5/ Mk7 Group 3- Mk9/ Mk11. Group 1 instruments represent the manufacturer’s starter models. Group 2 instruments are mid-tier offerings while Group 3 models are top of the line selections.
The BC Rich Mk1 series guitars all feature hard tail construction with satin natural painted necks for an easy, speedy feel. With fretwork and playability unrivaled at their price point, the Mk1 Series bring an amazing level of quality to the entry level player.
All players get an instrument worthy of the Legacy that is BC Rich. The same attention to detail flows through the entire DNA of the BC Rich 2016 lineup, whether it be an entry level Mk1 or the premier Mk11 models.
- Body Material: Basswood
- Scale Length: 24.75’’ (629 mm)
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Neck: Hard Maple
- Inlays: Dot
- Neck Construction: Bolt On
- Fret Number: 24
- Fingerboard Radius: 13.75’’ (350 mm)
- Nut Width: 1.65’’ (42 mm)
- Headstock: Classic NJ style
- Pickups: BC Rich High Output Humbuckers
- Controls: Volume, Tone, 3-Position Selector
- Bridge: B.C. Rich Double Locking Tremolo
- Tuning Machines: Die Cast
- Hardware Finish: Chrome
- Colors: Gun Metal Satin, Black