WORKING CONDITION: Very Good - Plays great. The neck on this guitar feels phenomenal, super thin and fast clean action throughout the neck. All of the controls and functions are working properly.  

PHYSICAL CONDITION: Good - There are numerous dings, scratches, and paint chips throughout the body. The wood around the top strap button is also chipped however the button is deeply secured into the body of the guitar. Parts of the Floyd Rose bridge are also oxidized. Otherwise, this guitar is expertly crafted, well balanced and feels awesome in your hands. Very good solid physical condition. 


BRAND: B.C. Rich 

MODEL: Gunslinger Prototype 

FUNCTION: Electric Guitar 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: This listing is for a 1980s B.C. Rich Gunslinger Prototype Yellow Electric Guitar. The guitar is stamped "Prototype" on the back of the headstock and "V.C." on the very bottom of the fretboard. We suspect that this guitar was built as a prototype for guitarist Vivian Campbell who was a BC Rich Endorser in the mid 1980's, hence the 'V.C." on the fretboard. 


  • Serial #BC15242
  • Finish/Color: Chiquita Yellow
  • Weight: 8.30lbs
  • Nut Width: 1.75"
  • Scale Length: 25.5"
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Frets: 22
  • General Neck Shape: D
  • Pickup Configuration: EMG USA Active Humbucker
  • Knob and Switch Configuration: Volume Knob
  • Other: Floyd Rose Licensed Bridge

ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: This item comes as seen in the photos and does not include any accessories. Does not include a case but will be shipped securely in a guitar shipping box. 


UNPACKAGED DIMENSIONS: 40" x 3.25" x 12.75"

Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • Gunslinger Prototype

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North Hollywood, CA, United States
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