George Harrison played songs like "A Hard Day's Night", "You
Can't Do That" and "Eight Days A Week" on a Rickenbacker
12-string. After that, every musician in the 60's, professional
and aspiring alike, had to have one.
LEGENDARY riff's were made on these guitars. Who can ever forget
the opening RIC twelve-string sound of The Byrds playing the Bob
Dylan classic "Mr. Tambourine Man".
There are two camps of Rickenbacker sound. For the Byrds camp,
you need newer 7.4-K toasters for maximum Jingle-Jangle vibe. The
other camp prefers hi-gain pick-ups for more mids and the RIC
This Special Order 369 factory-built Rickenbacker with
custom-wound pick-ups reflects a perfect "BLEND" of both camps.
In this modern era of guitar construction, the Custom-Built 369
has the sound and feel you are looking for in & out of the
Legendary Rickenbacker 12-Strings players are too long to list...
But from Pete Townshend to Oasis, today's top acts include
Rickenbacker guitars in their musical-arsenal of weapons.