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You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code. In the mid ’50s, Bernado Mason Rico purchased the store from the Candelas guitar shop and opened his namesake store. Rich’s origin can be traced to Bernardo’s Guitar Shop at 2716 Brooklyn Avenue, in Los Angeles.This led to his first attempts at guitar production in the form of about ten Les Paul-shaped guitars and basses modeled after the Gibson EB-3.Around 1972, Bernie and an employee named Bob Hall started developing a model they called the Seagull (which has no connection to the Godin Guitars acoustic brand).
Because they didn’t have an adjustable truss rod, the guitars were often brought in later to have the fretboard removed and a truss rod installed.
Hi, Just a wee bit of background about myself I am 29, and have been playing guitar/bass for 15 years . They beat every competitor in every dep., build quality, sound, variety of woods, pickups etc, support was fantastic and so on. Related News: The Best Heavy Metal Guitars - includes the B. Rich Metal Master Warlock I have a BC RICH bass with a arrow head, head stock. I guess he signs all the American Made ones , Well then he passed like 6mos after I got my Guitar rip Bernie , anyway I want a Harley I found one for the right price . How much do you estimate my Guitar is worth maybe a Trade or sale involved . Sweet site good job keep it up who know maybe they will catch wind of it and send ya something sweet .
Throughout the years I have had Gibsons, Fenders, Rickies, Yamahas, Ibanez, Washburns etc... It has all gold keys nobs plats with a R at the tip of the arrow head,head stock the plate on the back is gold with 11007 stamped in it. Its blue and has a 24 fret neck and select designe by EMG pick ups 1 across with two offset above it. I could not find anything with that head stock or serial numbers. I just bought "the offical vintage guitar price guide 2013" to determine the value of my USA Rich Eagle Special, but the model is not shown.
If you are still monitoring this board, I have seen you offer up wiring diagrams and information to others and would like your permission to send some pics and gain some information on this guitar. I found a few pics of bitch models with the same fret board, but nothing else. It was my first Bass guitar and means the world to me ...
Rich Dreadnought with spruce top and Brazilian rosewood body in 1976. It has diamond-shaped pearl inlays for fret markers which I have not seen on any other pics of the ST-III's I've found online. The serial g1966 leads me to think that perhaps it was a limited edition i.e. Trans green, diamond shaped inlays, neck through, mahogany binding between the neck and body, dimarzio pickups, Grover tuners.