B.C. Rich specializes in guitars for the heavy metal and hard rock crowd. They’ve produced some of the most legendary designs in the history of metal, including the Warlock, Bich, Virgin and Mockingbird. They helped to mold the hard rock and thrash revolution of the 1980s, and B.C. Rich is still a great choice for any guitarist looking for an instrument that looks and sounds as edgy as possible.
Along with their classic designs, they now have a limited-edition Villain line for 2014. This guitar looks incredible, and with a basswood or mahogany body and options like Floyd Rose tremolos and Seymour Duncan Blackout humbuckers it'll sounds great too. Available in a 6, 7 or 8-string models, there’s one to meet the needs of metal players of any generation.
Carvin is a guitar company with a different business model than the rest. You won’t find them at your local music store because Carvin only makes custom guitars. Their instruments are based around a handful of templates, and each one features components individually chosen by the buyer. For this reason, it’s very rare to find two Carvins that are completely identical.
There’s a Carvin model for just about every musical style, from metal to jazz to country to plain old rock n roll. These are high-quality, American-made instruments, and pretty good deals too. If you’re a guitar player looking to stand out from all the rest, Carvin is a great option.
Daisy Rock? Sounds like guitars for girls or something. It is! Daisy Rock is a company dedicated to empowering girls and young women, and giving them the resources they need to learn to play the guitar. They have starter, short-scale acoustic guitars for little girls, and some really cool electric guitars in the shapes of hearts, butterflies and flowers.
But don’t think they’re all about foofy shapes and pastel colors. Daisy Rock also produces some really high-grade stuff, guitars with professional-style appointments like the Stardust and Rock Candy models. This is company that really has a great mission statement. We need more girl guitar heroes!
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar, Ebony
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Electric Guitar, Ebony
Epiphone is one of the best electric guitar brands, known for producing quality instruments in the Gibson mold.
I have this answer, but after reading Sam Marley's answer, I am barking up the wrong tree. However, for laughs and grins....here is my answer.
I would name my guitar, "Rosalee"! Her steel strings prick my fingers but her music comes out beautiful like a rose. LOL!
If I owned one I'd call it Masochist, because my playing sucks.
But my son has one and he can play well, and he refers to it sometimes as Sweet Thang.
I don't know why but this made me laugh, i think a good name would be Gary.....Gary the Guitar!lol
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