|Comments||Rickenbacker guitars are distinctive. From their earliest history, their designs and sound have been unique.
The Rickenbacker 330 is the base model in the 300 series. The 360 and 370 have a similar profile but the top edges of the body are rounded, there’s binding and slash markers, and these guitars have stereo wiring (Rick-O-Sound).
This 1974 Rickenbacker 330 Jetglo is in very good condition – though it has been played and has some fretwear, it has very few marks or wear otherwise.
|Serial Number||NE 2693, dates to may of 1974, and built at the Rickenbacker facility at Santa Ana, California.|
|Pricing||$2,150.00 CAD with original case.|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound, finished Rosewood fingerboard. Mother of pearl dot position markers. 24.75 inch scale length, 1.63 inch nut width. 10 inch fingerboard radius.|
|Frets||Original frets with some wear. This guitar has been played, but well cared for.|
|Body||Maple body in the classic Rickenbacker shape with ‘slash’ soundhole. The top is routed from blocks of maple, an X brace is added, and the maple back is glued on. The 330 has no binding.|
|Finish||Jet-Glo (black) finish in good condition. There are a very few small marks, primarily on the back.|
|Hardware/electronics||All original hardware in chrome. Kluson-type tuners, R tailpiece, adjustable bridge with roller saddles. Dual High-Gain pickups, pickup selector, individual volume and tone controls, and blend control. Wired as mono.|
|Playability/Action||Plays well and cleanly; the design allows unrestricted access to all the frets.|
|Case||Original black hardshell case included.|
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