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Rich is an American brand of acoustic and electric guitars and bass guitars founded by Bernardo Chavez Rico in 1969. Rich gained a broader exposure with the popularity of heavy metal and has since often been linked to that music scene. Rich instruments are custom-made in the USA by Ron Estrada whereas the mid- and low-budget models are produced in different countries in Asia.
It was a stage favorite of guitarist Dick Wagner, who played the lead guitar work on Aerosmith's remake of "Train Kept A-Rollin'" and "Dream On". His contribution was a setup with coil taps, a phase switch, a Varitone and a defeatable active preamp (or two in some models).
During his time with BC Rich, he conceived, designed, and built the first Bich 10 string prototype guitar.
The Bich guitar was never owned by Bernie Rico/BC Rich.
Rich Warlock and Series II Guitar Flyer - 02 Pages 1983 B. Rich Guitar Catalog with Pricelist - 09 Pages 1983 B.
Series Guitar Catalog with Promo Flyer & Pricelist - 10 Pages 1984 B.
The design was licensed to BC Rich under contract with Neal Moser.
Beginning in 1976, the numbers started with the year then the number of production (YYXXX).and NO Charvels were ever produced in any Forth Worth, Texas facility.Hello I have a BC Rich Warlock I'd like to identify and price. Rich Japanese Edition Guitar Brochure (Japanese Text) - 04 Pages 1985 B.
Rich Platinum and NJ Series Guitar Brochure - 05 Pages 1987 B. Rich NJ Series I and NJ Series II Guitar Brochure - 06 Pages 1989 B. Rich Japanese Edition Guitar Brochure - 04 Pages 1992 B. Rich Guitar Catalog with Pricelist - 14 Pages 1992 B. Rich Fold Out Guitar Brochure (Japanese Edition) - 08 Pages 1994 B.
Nothing like a "Disinformation campaign" ok here goes this is to the best of my knowledge NO NJ guitar has EVER been made in the US, just assemebled the NJ stands for Nagoya, Japan these models were usually neckthrough and had either B R C I c o or "rich" instead of "rico" The NJ models were originaly produced in Japan, from 84-86 then shifted to the cort factory in korea. It has a bridge on it I have never seen..its not the Kahler that I always see on these.