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Vintage - 1965 Fender Electric XII guitar. Designed by Leo Fender, the Fender Electric XII was introduced in late 1965. The headstock is different from Fender’s usual 6 on-a-side shape, and is sometimes referred to as a "hockey stick". Leo Fender’s bridge design for this model is very simple, works well, and may be one of Fender's best designs of the 1960s. The bridge has an individual saddle for each string, allowing for precise intonation. A string-through-body design also helps to increase sustain. Comes with a new Fender hardshell case. This is the 12-string model that Jimmy Page used to record “Stairway To Heaven’!