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B.C. Rich JR-V Electric Guitar, IT System

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B.C. Rich IT JR-V Flying V Electric Guitar

The flexibility of a bolt-on with the added sustain usually reserved for a set-neck - That is what the IT delivers. With the IT system you get a great amount of wood mounted deeply into the body under the pickups simulating the neck through qualities very closely - plus, it just looks wicked! The IT equipped Jr. V features a Widow style inlay at the seventh fret on the ebony fingerboard, string through the body and much more. Available in Shadow (flat black).

BC Rich IT Jr Flying V Specifications:

  • Construction: special B.C. Rich I.T. neck system
  • Body wood: nato (eastern mahogany)
  • Body thickness: 45mm
  • Top style: flat
  • Body binding: multi-ply off white
  • Headstock style: Widow
  • Headstock color: shadow (flat black)
  • Headstock binding: no
  • Tuners: B.C. Rich diecast
  • Neck wood: hard maple
  • Back of neck: natural satin
  • Neck binding: no
  • Fretboard: ebony
  • Inlay: 1 white pearloid Widow headstock at the 7th fret
  • Frets: 24 jumbo 2.7mm
  • Factory strings: 9 – 42
  • Nut: 43mm
  • Scale: 25 1/2”
  • Bridge: tune o matic
  • Tailpiece: string through the body
  • Pickups: 2 black B.C. Rich B.D.S.M. humbuckers
  • Controls: 1 volume, 1 three-way toggle and 1 tone
  • Click to see control diagram
  • Hardware: black
  • Special features: unique IT neck system
  • Finish: painted flat
  • Color: Shadow (flat black) with off white multi-ply binding.
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Customer Reviews

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I usually play metal music in the more extreme genres, but am open to blues, jazz and fusion. I bought this guitar to use it just for metal. I tried to find one to try it out before deciding whether to buy it but I could not and my impatiente got the better of me. After this small prologue I would say that I must be one of the few people that was dissapointed in the begining. I have had this guitar for 4 months now and my oppinion has changed for the better. The problem is that my main guitar is Carvin DC-400T which is a far superior instrument with a wide sonic range and hotter pickups than the EMG's. Also the last 8 months I have been playng through a Mesa triple rectifier with the oversized 4X12 Mesa cab and NO effects. So my first impression was not very good. It sounded a more bassy, I had to increase the gain to have the same intensity in the distortion. And the fact that it was my first V it was a bit hard to get used to it. Everybody was saying about it's amazing sustain, due to the neckthrough and EMG's but I would rate it as a decent sustain but certainly not endless BUT what I did notice form the begining was how quiet the EMG's were. Also the sound had of the pickups had the famous EMG compressed sound that give them sharpness and clarity (again not as much as the Carvin pickups). After playing for a month with this guitar only and experimenting with the amplifier, I managed to have a very heavy sound. It required some extra mids to and some fine tuning of the presence knob but finally I got the sound I was looking for. And the cleans are very decent too, especially the EMG 85 that produces a rather warm sound (something I did not expect from it from everything I have read for the EMG's). The EMG 81 sounded weak but it was just problem of hight that was solved easily. Also the jumbo frets help you play quite effortessly. So now I really like this guitar, I just had to remind myself why I bought it. I still think it is a bit bassy in general but the no...