Rickenbacker manufactured the 360/12V64 between 1985 and 2000. It was a Vintage Reissue Series model based on the twelve string guitar Rickenbacker supplied to George Harrison in 1964, and used on the Beatles “A Hard Day’s Night” album.
The white double binding on both the front and the back of the semi-acoustic maple body, white pickguard and nameplate and ‘trapeze’ tailpiece were all authentic to the original 1964 version, along with Kluson-style tuners and vintage reissue toaster pickups.
- Body Type: Semi-Hollowbody
- Scale Length: 24-3/4″
- Body Construction: Double cutaway
- Body Wood: Maple
- Binding: White
- Pickguard: Bilevel
- Neck Joint: Set neck
- NeckWood: Maple
- Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Inlays: Triangle pearl inlay
- Number of Frets: 21
- Nut Width: 1.63″
- Tuners: Vintage Kluson Style
- Bridge: Saddle Lock
- Hardware: Chrome
- 2 x Toaster Pickups
- Pickup Switch Type: 3-way Pickup Selector
- Controls: 2 x Tone, 2 x Volume, Mix Control
This Rickenbacker 360/12 V64 is in excellent condition with very little signs of use. There are some very light marks here & there, but very hard to see unless at a certain angle of light. Neck is straight & strong, tuners & truss rod work perfectly, frets 90% with lots of life left.
This is a faithful replica of one of the most iconic 12 string designs in guitar history. It is in fantastic shape for an instrument approaching its 30th year.
Comes in its original Rickenbacker hard shell case in good condition, along with original Ricky tags and control instructions.