This 1967 six string Rickenbacker 365 with a maple body is finished in a stunning red sunburst finish. It appears to be all original except the bridge cover which is a new Rickenbacker cover. The 6 digit serial number GG34 _ _ engraved on the jackplate cover indicates the guitar was built in July of 1967. The semi hollow double cutaway body has rounded top edges, checkerboard back binding, and a bound "cat eye" sound hole. It has a three piece maple back with a mahogany stripe. There are crushed pearl shark fin shaped inlays on the 22 fret padauk fingerboard. The neck scale is 24 1/2" and the width at the nut is 1 5/8". There are dual toaster pickups, 2 black indented volume knobs and 2 tone knobs, a smaller master tone knob and a three way selector switch. The codes on the potentiometers are dated from 1966-67. There is a solid white plastic pickguard with a second elevated layer. Other features include dual output jacks for stereo and non-stereo, Kluson deluxe tuners, a unique designed vibrato tailpiece with an angled bar, a five piece headstock with back painted white acrylic Rickenbacker headstock logo. The fretboard shows some wear above and below the first fret and there is some fret wear mainly on the first position. There is plenty of wear remaining. There are two small nuts missing from bridge which in no way affects the amazing playablity of the guitar. George Harrison played a Rickenbacker 365. This guitar is easy to play with a small C neck profile. It has that classic Rickenbacker chime with loads of jangle. This one is in excellent condition and it comes with a new Rickenbacker case.
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