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Rickenbacker 350/12V63 Liverpool 12-String Electric Guitar
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The Rickenbacker 350/12V63 Liverpool Electric Guitar is the twelve-string version of the Model 350V63. It serves up the sound that only a Rickenbacke...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Rickenbacker 350/12V63 Liverpool Electric Guitar is the twelve-string version of the Model 350V63. It serves up the sound that only a Rickenbacker twelve can provide in a convenient small size. The full scale neck allows easy fingering while the trapeze tailpiece makes string changing quick and easy. The guitar has 3 vintage style pickups that produce the crisp ring popularized by the British music invasion of the sixties.
- Body Type: Semi-Hollow
- No. Frets: 21
- Scale length: 62.9cm (24-3/4")
- Neck width at nut: 41.3mm (1-5/8")
- Neck width at 12th fret: 49.2 mm (1-15/16")
- Crown radius: 25.4 cm (10")
- Body wood: maple
- Neck wood: maple
- Fingerboard wood: rosewood
- Weight: 3.2 kg (7 lbs.)
- Overall length: 95.2 cm (37-1/2")
- Overall width: 32.4 cm (12-3/4")
- Overall depth: 38.1 mm (1-1/2")
- Dot fret markers
- Trapeze tailpiece
- Six-way bridge
- Set-in neck
- No. of pickups: three
- Type of pickups: Vintage Single Coil
- Deluxe Vintage machines
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I bought mine a few years ago, so mine only has 21 frets. That would have been nice, but I don't miss them as most of my guitars are only 22 frets. Playing the types of music I play on a 12 (Beatles, Birds, Petty) it is not needed. The guitar has the trademark tone even with the small closed body. The smaller closed body eliminates the feedback problems that the bigger open ones have. It captures the early Lennon vibe, and with the staggered tuners from onstage it looks like a normal 6-string. The only complaint I have is the strings are too close to each other. But you get used to it after a while. However, this guitar is so lightweight you could play it all night. Truly an American Dream guitar!
Nice sound and beautiful look, but ridiculously over priced. The strings too close together because the neck is too small. I have average hands and I could not get an open E maj. Chord to ring on all of the strings. I had the same problem with the 330/12. Also the bridge is very hard to intonate properly. I'm happy with the solid body fender 12 string I bought, as well as the import clone of the 330/12. Easier to play and a whole lot less money.
First saw this little beauty at a guitar show & I had to have it. Took months to get in the color I wanted, but this guitar was worth it. Great player, even waaaay up the neck. And that great Rick sound...yeah...
Great for 60's Byrd-like tunes and tones. Minor paint blebs on headstock.Great neck feel and easy set up.Changing strings is a long job!!!
Lengthier neck and classic 325 look make this 12-string a must. LENNON ordered his 12-string in 1964 and used it as a backup, BUT this 12-string is every bit as good as the rest of the RIC line. It will be put to practical use by myself in the context of my band both in the studio and on stage. Just the BEST!