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BC Rich Draco V Electric Guitar

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The BC Rich Draco V features a nato mahogany body with maple neck-through construction. With cutting scalloped lines, vertebrae inlay, a twin rail pickup in the neck and a HOT Rockfield Fat Ass pickup in the bridge the Draco looks and sounds just plain mean.

Neck-Through Construction
Neck-Through construction is used on the Draco V because it provides the best possible sustain, resonance, comfort and access to higher frets. Neck-through has long been considered the premium construction method for high-end guitars. This construction starts with a long piece (or pieces) of premium North American maple. That piece runs from the tip of the headstock to the strap button on the opposite end of the guitar. This means that the headstock, fingerboard, pickups and bridge all are mounted to this single sound foundation. Sonically it is a difference you can hear. The neck-through construction also allows deeper cutaways, providing comfort no bolt-on or set-neck could offer.

Rockfield Pickups - Fat Ass and Twin Rail

Bridge Pickup - Fat Ass
Aggressive in its own right, the Rockfield Fat Ass bridge pickup was designed for a specific group players in mind: those with crazy, super acrobatic playing styles. The ones at the gig that make everything look so effortless and easy. As you watch in amazement you say, "Man I need to practice" or, "That's it, man, I quit!" This pickup's custom designed bobbins house larger pole pieces that help transfer string vibration from pulls, bends and leads so the user gets less tonal drop off, better articulation and note definition. The Rockfield Fat Ass has a well balanced overall tone that is mean and bold with major sustain, huge bottom end and cutting mids and highs that jump out at you. Each note is full and rings true from this pickup while you take advantage of a look that is just plain mean and in your face.

Neck Pickup
Great pickup for Bridge or neck but designed to complement the Fat Ass bridge pickup in the neck position. This twin rail pickup, like the bridge position Fat Ass has a full round tone that helps transfer string vibration from pulls, bends and leads so the user gets less tonal drop off and better articulation and note definition. This is made possible by the custom designed bobbins that house the larger pole pieces. Custom wound with a little less bite but still just as aggressive, this pickup has great balance and sustain with a huge low end response and mids and highs that scream and cut for a tone that is truly inspiring.

Flat Top
The Draco V is constructed with a flat top. The flat top styling gives a bold and pristine look to the edge of the instrument's shape. The binding on a flat top finishes off the edge cleanly and gives a sleek and clean look to the instrument.

B.C. Rich Draco V Specifications:

  • Construction: neck-through
  • Body wood: nato (eastern mahogany)
  • Body thickness: 45mm
  • Top style: extremely beveled

    Headstock style: SOB Beast
  • Headstock color: onyx
  • Tuners: diecast

    Neck wood: maple
  • Back of neck: onyx
  • Neck binding: black

    Fretboard: ebony
  • Inlay: white pearloid vertebrae
  • 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: 1 Rockfield Fat Ass humbucker (bridge) and 1 twin rail (neck)
  • Controls: 1 volume (volume is a push pull to change pickups)
  • Hardware: black chrome

    Special features: output jack is located on the upper wing in the back for comfort and style
  • Finish: painted glossy

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
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Stage performer

Most people are likely to buy this guitar for the looks because, obviously it looks awesome. The Rockfield pickups sound pretty metal too. This is about the best thing about it unfortunately. If you are someone who likes to sit and play, Please do not purchase, it is one of the most painful guitars to sit and play with, not to mention very awkward. If you play something easy like punk or slow rock, then the following shouldn't be a problem- the strings are raised so high from the body that you have to constantly mute you bottom strings which is uncomfortable, you cannot braise your palm against the body because of this, this is not because of high action, this is just the way the guitar is built. If you play metal or and thing with gallops, please consider buying another guitar, I find this extremely difficult to play.

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D.
Best Custom

I'm running this through a Peavey triple xxx (badass amp) as for effects a reverb and BBE sonic maximizer's running through the effects loop and a noise suppressor's in the front. Now in case you couldn't figure it out from the amp and choice of guitar, I play extreme metal, death, black, thrash type stuff and this suits it perfectly. Unplugged it has a loud thick sound that has a bit of a snappy brightness to it, I like it. Of course this ain't no Acoustic..so onto the good part shall we? Now as mentioned the pickup configuration is a single in the neck and a humbucker at the bridge, and it's single knobbed push/pull configuration doesn't allow for both pickups to be activated, which is a good thing. If you're like me you just use the bridge pickup anyways so it works out, and apparently B\.C\. Rich took that into consideration. Starting off, let's talk about the bridge pickup, the rockfield fatass. As it's name implies, in a distortion setting it has a thick chug to it that gives chords and runs just enough girth, but not so much that it becomes sluggish. In the clean setting it has a clangy factor to it that makes playing clean passages enjoyable and gives this mean guitar a softer edge. It's a rather clear pickup that has enough hotness to satisfy a variety of styles, not just metal. Now onto the neck pickup, a B\.C\. Rich twin rail. I've never had a guitar with anything other than humbuckers in them so you'll have to excuse me since I have nothing to compare this pickup to. My first impression of this pickup was when trying it through the distortion setting and the first thing I thought was "woah". Whether this pickup is like this naturally, or it's been wired to be this way, it has an Ultra thick bassy tone to it that puts my bridge pickup to shame..so much thickness and bass that it can't be used for rhythm styled playing. "Then what the hell is the point in that?" you ask. Well, it's designed as a lead player's secret weapon. Solo's are fat, rich, defined...

S
S.
Quality of guitar.

The guitar is very good.
I have the same guitar .
its sounds very good nd clean.

s
s.
stunning

firstly i love the looks....:) its so stunning that one can do anything for such guitar the thing that i love the most is the sustain of the guitar and comfort. Its so well designed that one cant take their hands off from it...i can play it fr ours without getting bored of it....fr me personally its the best electric guitar i have ever owned or played in my life. Its evil thanks bajaao!

v
v.
amazing design great sound quality !!!!!!!!!

With cutting scalloped lines, vertebrae inlay, a twin rail pickup in the neck and a HOT Rockfield Fat Ass pickup in the bridge the Draco looks and sounds just plain mean. it provides the best possible sustain, resonance, comfort and access to higher frets.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
88%
(7)
13%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
N
N.
Stage performer

Most people are likely to buy this guitar for the looks because, obviously it looks awesome. The Rockfield pickups sound pretty metal too. This is about the best thing about it unfortunately. If you are someone who likes to sit and play, Please do not purchase, it is one of the most painful guitars to sit and play with, not to mention very awkward. If you play something easy like punk or slow rock, then the following shouldn't be a problem- the strings are raised so high from the body that you have to constantly mute you bottom strings which is uncomfortable, you cannot braise your palm against the body because of this, this is not because of high action, this is just the way the guitar is built. If you play metal or and thing with gallops, please consider buying another guitar, I find this extremely difficult to play.

D
D.
Best Custom

I'm running this through a Peavey triple xxx (badass amp) as for effects a reverb and BBE sonic maximizer's running through the effects loop and a noise suppressor's in the front. Now in case you couldn't figure it out from the amp and choice of guitar, I play extreme metal, death, black, thrash type stuff and this suits it perfectly. Unplugged it has a loud thick sound that has a bit of a snappy brightness to it, I like it. Of course this ain't no Acoustic..so onto the good part shall we? Now as mentioned the pickup configuration is a single in the neck and a humbucker at the bridge, and it's single knobbed push/pull configuration doesn't allow for both pickups to be activated, which is a good thing. If you're like me you just use the bridge pickup anyways so it works out, and apparently B\.C\. Rich took that into consideration. Starting off, let's talk about the bridge pickup, the rockfield fatass. As it's name implies, in a distortion setting it has a thick chug to it that gives chords and runs just enough girth, but not so much that it becomes sluggish. In the clean setting it has a clangy factor to it that makes playing clean passages enjoyable and gives this mean guitar a softer edge. It's a rather clear pickup that has enough hotness to satisfy a variety of styles, not just metal. Now onto the neck pickup, a B\.C\. Rich twin rail. I've never had a guitar with anything other than humbuckers in them so you'll have to excuse me since I have nothing to compare this pickup to. My first impression of this pickup was when trying it through the distortion setting and the first thing I thought was "woah". Whether this pickup is like this naturally, or it's been wired to be this way, it has an Ultra thick bassy tone to it that puts my bridge pickup to shame..so much thickness and bass that it can't be used for rhythm styled playing. "Then what the hell is the point in that?" you ask. Well, it's designed as a lead player's secret weapon. Solo's are fat, rich, defined...

S
S.
Quality of guitar.

The guitar is very good.
I have the same guitar .
its sounds very good nd clean.

s
s.
stunning

firstly i love the looks....:) its so stunning that one can do anything for such guitar the thing that i love the most is the sustain of the guitar and comfort. Its so well designed that one cant take their hands off from it...i can play it fr ours without getting bored of it....fr me personally its the best electric guitar i have ever owned or played in my life. Its evil thanks bajaao!

v
v.
amazing design great sound quality !!!!!!!!!

With cutting scalloped lines, vertebrae inlay, a twin rail pickup in the neck and a HOT Rockfield Fat Ass pickup in the bridge the Draco looks and sounds just plain mean. it provides the best possible sustain, resonance, comfort and access to higher frets.