Tokyo Road presents a BC Rich Deluxe Warlock. At least that's what we're calling it. This exact model doesn't show up in any catalogs, but the B00XXXX Serial number puts it after 2000.

The nut is 1.66" and the neck depth starts at .835" and grows minimally to .868 with very little shoulder. It's fast and smooth. The frets are in great shape and exhibit very little fret wear. There's a bit of pitting to the hardware as pictured and there's a few bumps and bruises, but she's a player through and through. And at 7.3 lbs it won't weigh you down when you're doing drum throne leaps and knee slides across the stage.

Tokyo Road is a division of Northwest Vintage Guitars LLC.  We have a 5 Star rating on every platform we do business on including Reverb.

You can rest assured that your guitar will arrive safely. Every guitar is detuned, the fretboard is protected, the headstock is wrapped, and the guitar is securely fixed inside the case.  If a hard case is not included, your guitar will be securely wrapped for shipment. The Aeris packing system keeps it safe inside a new shipping box made for guitars.  All Guitar shipments are fully insured and shipped via UPS Ground unless other arrangements are made prior to purchase.  Parts are shipped by a variety of trackable methods. Please message us for International Shipping quotes and be sure to include your complete address and preferred carrier for a quick respons

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Listed4 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Warlock Deluxe
  • 2000s

Tokyo Road

Dalton Gardens, ID, United States
Joined Reverb:2023

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