Rickenbacker started all the way back in 1939 with their production of the world's first solid-body electric guitars. More than 75 years later, they're still making some of the most sought-after instruments on the market. With their distinctive jangly tone and classic good looks, Rickenbackers are among the top choices for all kinds of pop and rock guitarists. In these pages, you'll find a tremendous selection of new and used Rickenbacker axes for musicians and collectors alike. Whether you're considering a vintage guitar or a new instrument, you're sure to find it right here. For example, stage-worthy looks and killer sound come together in the Rickenbacker 620 Electric Guitar. The solid maple body is crafted for optimal balance with the classic "cresting wave" shape, and the sleek double-bound neck allows for incredible playing speed. Meanwhile, the rosewood fingerboard is accented by triangular pearloid inlays for a striking look. If you prize comfort in your instruments, the Rickenbacker 360 Electric Guitar is for you. Since this semi-hollowbody first appeared on the scene in the 1960s, it's been subtly updated to keep the vintage look while adding functionality. It also has a special contour around the entire body perimeter so it just feels right. When you want a 12-string guitar, the Rickenbacker 1993Plus is the pinnacle. This revisited version of Pete Townshend's favorite model from 1993 is enhanced with a comfortable round heel on the stable 2-piece neck, which is also slightly wider for easier fingering. The vintage reissue pickups maintain the classic tone, and the X-bracing helps bring out warmth and richness. From John Lennon and George Harrison to Tom Petty, Thom Yorke and so many others past and present, notable musicians covet Rickenbacker guitars for their distinctive looks and unique, British Invasion-era tone. When you play a Rickenbacker, you feel connected to rock and roll history. It's the quintessential rock-lover's guitar.
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