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Careful acoustic research has resulted in the full, rich and warm sound of this popular model. View full product details → Basically the same as the Rickenbacker Model 330 but with twelve strings.
Standard output is monaural through a single jack plate. MSRP: 2,459.00 Basically the same as the Rickenbacker Model 330 but with twelve strings. This classic style Rickenbacker strap is the perfect compliment to classic guitar design and tradition.
We sorted through all the old favorites and talked extensively with the builders to create something truly special.
After much deliberation, Rickenbacker graced us with a handful of these incredible 4003 Basses in a limited edition Metallic Plumglo finish, exclusively for Chicago Music Exchange.
View full product details → The Model 660 features a charactered Maple cutaway body based on an innovative design from the 1950's.
View full product details → The Rickenbacker 360 Electric Guitar broke all the rules when it appeared amidst the British sound of the 1960s.
Rickenbacker's trademark "checkered" black and white binding set off the body, while white binding graces the neck.
Standard output is monaural through a single jack plate. MSRP: 2,459.00 Basically the same as the Rickenbacker Model 330 but with twelve strings.
Derived from a design dating back to 1957, this guitar is memorable for its hand-carved arch top...
View full product details → This beautiful Rickenbacker Electro lap steel appears to be all original.
Rickenbacker guitars and bass guitars have been played by a variety of musicians over the years – from Hawaiian musicians of the 1930s and jazz bassists of the 1990s, to a list of rock legends that includes George Harrison, Pete Townshend, Tom Petty, Radiohead, U2 and many more.
When our team visited the Rickenbacker workshop last year, we were on the hunt for something unique.