1967 Rickenbacker 330-12 Guitar & Case All Orig.—$3,400 BEST PRICE ANYWHERE!!
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Lowest price for a good, original early Rickenbacker 12-String Hollowbody ANYWHERE!
Prove me wrong—check the internet and see what dealers are asking for decent 50+ year old Rick 330-360-380 12-strings.
With the 21-fret neck and early toaster pickups, this ‘67 330-12 has the original Rick 12-string sound. Can also be strung as 6-string for classic Rick 330/360 sounds. Jetglo is somewhat rare on early Rick twelves (most are Fireglo and Mapleglo) and this a very good example: Shows only wear from honest use—no repairs, cracks, or modifications, no non-original or missing parts other than a missing bridge cover. The neck is stable and straight with just the slightest hint of fret wear on the first six frets. The truss rods work properly. The action is very low; .048” treble side, .055” bass side. The original nitro-lacquer finish has small nicks and scratches (some not visible in the pictures), belt buckle marks on the back and a few areas on the body edges that show some wear. The clear lacquer over the fingerboard has a little checking and a few worn spots under the higher strings at the 2nd & 3rd fret, but there’s no discoloration or other issues with the fingerboard itself. The original silver case is solid with a clean interior and some wear on the leather ends. The February 1967 date-coded serial number and scarce color make this a choice collector/player’s instrument from Rickenbacker’s golden era. Please view the pictures, read the description and terms, then ask any questions before purchasing. Shipping to cont. US only. No returns, No refunds. Will be shipped UPS and insured for full value.