The Bich 10 string guitar was the brain-child of Neal Moser.During the late 1960s, Moser worked with musicians including Jimi Hendrix, and Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash.The original run of the acrylic models featured a standard bolt-on maple neck with wood headstock, but later models featured an acrylic headstock, matching the same color as the body and making the overall appearance of the guitar more attractive. Rich introduced the IT (Invisibolt Technology) series.Acrylic is more dense than most woods ( specific gravity of acrylic is 1.18 g/cm3 while that of lignum vitae, probably the heaviest of woods,is approximately 1.23g/cm3) which makes the guitar heavier. In this series the neck is bolted inside the body to look like a neck-through, but neck joint is still visible. Rich used a neck-through body design in many of their instruments. In addition, they used custom battery-powered active electronics — pickups and tone controls inside the guitar.The "Bich" can also be categorized as a guitar that "brings out" Heavy Metal and such genres.To celebrate the 25th anniversary release of the Rich Bich 10 string guitar, HHI/BC Rich contracted the original BC Rich luthiers Neal Moser and Sal Gonzales to produce 25 true hand-built reproductions of the original prototype to the Bich 10 string model.
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The company started to make electric guitars in the 1970s that were notable for their atypical body shapes. The company briefly switched owners in the 1990s before being acquired in the 2000s by Hanser Music Group, a distribution company based in Hebron, Kentucky. C Rich has since been licensed to Praxis Musical based in Orange, California. A somewhat odd design, ostensibly based on a toilet seat shape, this guitar was designed by Bernie Rico. Early in the 1970s Neal Moser was brought on board to design and supervise the electronics.