2000s Korean made BC Rich Signature Series Mick Thomson Hate 7 Warock Guitar.

Its in used / fair condition with plenty of wear and marks , chips on the body horn edges and headstock corners. There are surface scrapes, buckle and pick rash and touhed in chips and dings.

The back of the neck has aged and darkened and there is a long lacquer crack on the back of the body and a few shorter ones by the electrics cavity cover.

There is a piece of binding that has been replaced on the lower back body horn, its a tidy job but visible.

The frets are in decent shape with light wear and the electrics work well. The bridge mounting post screw heads show signs of wear.

A past owner has added the large HATE logo to the fretboard but they are just stickers and will come off should you wish.

Controls are a 3 way switch with master volume control with two BC Rich Humbuckers.

The tuners are the original BC Rich black enclosed units.

The strings are recent and in decent condition and the guitar plays well but you may wish to tweak the set up to suit you once received.

Please remember this guitar is in roadworn condition, it plays fine and works but cosmetically its fair.

No case but will be well packaged and boxed for shipping.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionFair (Used)
Fair condition gear should function but will show noticeable cosmetic damage or other issues.Learn more
  • Mick Thomson Signature
  • Black
  • 2000s
Made In
  • Korea, Republic of
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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