Rickenbacker Guitars

NEW – The Model 620/12 features the famous ‘Cresting Wave’ Maple cutaway body based on an innovative design from the 1950’s. A Rosewood fingerboard is punctuated beautifully with triangular pearloid inlay markers, while the maple double bound neck and body are solid through and through. The 620/12 is electronically engineered to the exacting standards of the 300 series, complete with Rickenbacker’s own high gain pickups, signature 12-string sound and stereo output. Successfully retaining the balance from the original specifications, the 620/12 is another fine example of Rickenbacker quality workmanship.

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NEW – Rickenbacker 330 12-string electric guitar. The world’s most popular twelve string electric guitar Basically the same as Model 330 but with twelve strings. Careful acoustic research has resulted in the full, rich and warm sound of this popular model. Two single coil pickups on a full size body are accented by a traditionally shaped sound hole. The 24 fret Rosewood fingerboard is punctuated by dot inlay fret markers, with full double cutaways permitting access to all the frets. Standard output is monaural through a single jack plate.

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NEW – Rickenbacker 330 6-string electric guitar. Careful acoustic research has resulted in the full, rich and warm sound of this popular model. Two single coil pickups on a full size body are accented by a traditionally shaped sound hole. The 24 fret Rosewood fingerboard is punctuated by dot inlay fret markers, with full double cutaways permitting access to all the frets. Standard output is monaural through a single jack plate.

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NEW – When Beatlemania took America by storm in 1964 it initiated a rise in the popularity of the model 325, famously used by John Lennon the model 325C64 duplicates the Model 325 that Lennon received from Rickenbacker in 1964. Complete with semi-hollow Maple body, re-shaped body and headstock, three vintage-style pickups, and Accent Vibrato. also included is a Vintage Reissue Rickenbacker hardshell case. Is this the definitive John Lennon guitar? Yeah Yeah Yeah!!!

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