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    Default USA BC Rich Warlock with maple neck


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    I would never play one live (and never did..), but I always thought the warlock had amazing tone for tracking.

    Just a dense, solid guitar.

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    This one has a kahler floyd-type too, pretty rare

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    The moded righty trem doesn't look very original.

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    It's a Kahler Spyder and it's original.
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    ??Apparently ball sack and ball sack are synonymous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassine View Post
    The moded righty trem doesn't look very original.
    They used universal base plates on those. All of the ones I've ever had have been that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassine View Post
    The moded righty trem doesn't look very original.
    They used universal base plates on those. All of the ones I've ever had have been that way.

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