Like I told you before,I don't really have an amp,or even a decent recording camera,so I can't show you me playing just yet,but hopefully soon I can get something going,but right now,I'd like to show you what little I do have right now and give you my thoughts on it.
Right now,all I really have is my Bronze Series Warlock from B.C. Rich,I got it from my dad awhile back,and while it's not at all a bad guitar,I'm not entirely fond of it,and will likely one day soon replace it with an Ibanez,I've got my eye on the IJX121 package from Musician's Friend,as I myself am a beginner and think it would be a great place to start,especially considering the budget I'm on. I do love Warlocks though,they've got a very interesting,yet not uncomfortable to play shape,this one has a nice beveled edge on both sides of the body,under each top horn,all the way down towards the bottom horns,the pickups are B.C. Rich BDSM humbuckers.
Other than all that,I'm not sure what else you could want to know,leave a comment with any questions you may have. (:
Overall Rating:7/10 -Something about the Bronze Series turns me off,and I'm trying not to let my emotional attachments to it reflect on my review,as I really just have a hard time looking at it,but regardless,it is a good guitar,might not be for everybody,as most B.C. Rich guitars are built for Metal,but if you're on my blog that's probably most of you listen to anyhow. (: Would very much like a higher end Warlock somewhere down the road,but for someone on a budget like myself,this would be a good place to start.
Neck Rating:8/10 -The neck is nice and smooth,and pretty wide,though I'd personally like different fretmarks,something about dot inlays and not having the bottom 2 on the 24th fret drive me insane.
Body Rating:9/10 -The Warlock has a very distinct shape,the beveling on the side makes it sit on your leg very comfortably while playing,and the spikiness doesn't get in the way at all,and looks pretty awesome,while I honestly cannot find Agathis wood on any guitar wood chart to find out if it's any good or not,it's been pretty good to me so far,and again,quite durable.
Playability:10/10 -It's not at all a bad guitar,it stays in tune for a good forever,it has nice wide frets,and you can get up in the higher frets without a problem.
Also,also,I use Ernie Ball Regular Slinkies,and currently use some Harley Davidson 1.00mm picks I found on ebay. Once I get serious I plan on some good Dunlop picks.