Rickenbacker 360-12 1988 White with Black Trim

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  • $1,205$1,755

The Rickenbacker 360-12 was introduced as 12-string version of the 360 in 1964, along with a number of cosmetic and hardware updates to the series. Similar to many Rickenbacker guitars, the 360-12 has been released in a number of variations over the years with changes in cosmetic details and hardware.  Also like other Rickenbackers, the notoriety of this guitar was greatly enhanced by the Beatles in the mid-'60s. Modern 360-12s are very similar to their vintage counterparts and are still highly regarded instruments.  

Years of Production:
 1964 - present

Body Style: Semi-hollowbody, Double cutaway

Wood Composition: Maple body, three-piece Maple/Walnut neck with Rosewood fingerboard

Design Elements: Dual Toaster-style pickups, triangle inlays, black pickguard, two volume and tone knobs, blend knob, Rick-O-Sound stereo output

Finish Specifications: White is less common on Rickenbackers than Fireglo, Mapleglo or Jetglo.

Notable Players: George Harrison, Peter Buck, Roger McGuinn, Carl Wilson


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