1999 Rickenbacker 360/12
There is no other like the 360/12. It is the heart and soul of that special Rickenbacker timbre that seems never to have been mastered or matched by anyone else. From way back in the 1960’s this model has ruled the 12 string market. It was the go-to for that special sound by some of the greats-from Roger McGuinn of the Byrd’s to George Harrison of the Beatles with a little Tom Petty in between, they loved their “Rics.” This one is showroom fresh-excellent+ condition. The Jetglo black finish shines like new. It comes with that semi hollow maple body and neck. The fret board is beautiful rosewood with those lovely triangular inlays. Like all Rickenbackers, this is an All American made guitar. As has come to be expected of these great instruments, you have the two input jacks offering sound from the two single coil pickups with standard or studio inputs. That gives you the versatility of no other for both stage and studio work. Included is the sturdy Ric road case. If you are in the market for the best 12 string on the planet, look no further….This is it!
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