Its unique "alternating key" design provides a simple formula for easy tuning. Also features a solid maple body; a sleek, fast-playing neck; neck-thru-body construction for greater sustain; precision ... Click To Read More About This Product
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Its unique "alternating key" design provides a simple formula for easy tuning. Also features a solid maple body; a sleek, fast-playing neck; neck-thru-body construction for greater sustain; precision machined German-made key winds; double truss rods; body and neck binding; triangular markers on its thick rosewood fretboard; dual single-coil pickups that deliver clear, bright tone; and dual jacks for stereo output. It looks great, feels great, and sounds killer.
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Comments about Rickenbacker 620/12 12-String Guitar:
There are some songs that only a 12 string will sound right on. If you play enough of those songs this is the guitar you want. It's a Ric, and although it's a solid body, it has that Ric jingle that you've heard on so many albums. Fx pedals can only get you so close. It even sounds good when on the overdrive side. The down side- you've got twice as many strings to keep tuned, better have a good usable tuner. And, there are some songs that don't require a 12 string so you have to pack a second guitar. The bands I play in, we go straight from one song to the next with little down time, so I have to be quick changing guitars. Get some strap locks! The 620/12 is light weight and fun to play and of all the different guitars I've had, none draws more attention. There'll be Pauls and Vees and strats and teles (all great guitars) on stage and I pull out the Ric and it's all that everyone wants to see.