Special Mockingbird Flies into Players Hands

A new species of Mockingbird has recently been spotted that suddenly makes playing a guitar with unfamiliar feel, for the birds. The new Mockingbird Special from B.C. Rich features a classic four-knob layout, 24-3/4″ scale, strategically placed toggle, and five ply binding for that classic look and feel. Two Rockfield® pickups nested in the deeply carved arch top really make it sing with ripping tone. Other varieties of this new species also have been spotted; such as the Northern White arched Mockingbird and the rare Cherry Sunburst arched Mockingbird.
Best of all, this bird will put a smile on your face instead of a mess on your freshly washed car!

The Mockingbird Special
Construction: neck through
Body wood: mahogany
Top style: deep arched
Top wood: ½” maple cap with AAA quilted maple veneer
Body binding: top = white multi-ply / back = taper cut
Body side thickness: 39.48mm
Body center thickness: 51.57mm

Headstock style: traditional 3 to a side
Headstock color: ghost black AAA quilted maple veneer
Headstock binding: white multi-ply
Headstock tilt: 14 degrees
Tuners: Grover Rotomatic

Neck wood: mahogany
Neck radius: 12″
Back of neck: stain to match
Neck binding: white multi-ply
Nut width: 43mm
Neck width at 12th fret: 2.062″
Fretboard: ebony
Inlay: white pearloid cloud
Frets: 22 jumbo 2.7mm
Factory strings: 10 – 46
Scale: 24 ¾”
Bridge type: Tone Pros tune o matic
Tailpiece type: Tone Pros stop bar
Pickups: 2 chrome covered Rockfield SWV vintage humbuckers
Controls: 2 volumes, 2 tones and 1 top bout three-way toggle
Hardware: chrome

For more information, contact B.C. Rich at 800-999-5558 or visit http://www.mockspecial.com

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~ by bcrich on June 6, 2007.

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